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Welcome to the School of Information Science
& Learning Technologies (SISLT)

You have entered the intersection of Information & Learning. We're glad you've stopped by and hope you enjoy meeting the faculty, staff, and students in the School of Information Science & Learning Technologies (SISLT). Please select a destination below to learn more about the exciting programs and projects we have to offer.

Graduate Programs

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Educational Technology (MEd, EdS)
Our EdTech Master's and Specialist emphasis areas are available completely online so they easily fit into your busy work and family schedules.

Library Science (MA)
Our Library Science Master's emphasis area is easily accessible in 5 locations across Missouri and Eastern Nebraska and has been specially designed with practicing professionals in mind.

Information Science & Learning Technologies (PhD)
Our interdisciplinary PhD program is for those interested in conducting research, developing new technologies, and providing leadership to help advance the theory and practice of informing and learning.

Research & Development

SISLT faculty are internationally renowned for their R&D accomplishments. As new students quickly realize, the faculty are committed to a collaborative, interdisciplinary approach, both within MU and among other research-extensive universities.

Nowhere is this more evident than in the Allen Institute, a 10,000-square-foot facility dedicated to supporting collaborative R&D at the intersection of Information & Learning.

Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow

In January 1997, the School of Information Science & Learning Technologies became the home for MU's graduate programs in Library Science and Educational Technology as well as a new, interdisciplinary doctoral program in Information Science & Learning Technologies.

Since then, our numbers of faculty and students have more than doubled; our levels of scholarly productivity and grant-funded work are at an all-time high, and our strategic partnerships continue to serve ourselves and others.

Sometime soon, let's meet at the intersection of Information & Learning. It's a busy place, but we're sure you'll find it a valuable and exhilarating experience.