The KOPN Community Radio 89.5 FM (Columbia, MO) collection will be growing this year, thanks to a new fellowship at the School of Information Science and Learning Technology (SISLT). University Archivist Anselm Huelsbergen, Host Mentor Jackie Casteel, Local Mentor Jim Hone, and Spring Fellow Rebecca Benson MLIS ’18 at our Digitization Station. LIS faculty are […]
With the Archival Studies emphasis at Mizzou students gain the knowledge and professional readiness to pursue careers as archivists, records managers, collection curators, metadata catalog librarians, and managers of photo, film, video, and multimedia collections.
Amy Blevins is a graduate of the Library and Information Science program at Mizzou, and the Associate Director for Public Services at the Ruth Lilly Medical Library, Indiana University.
Need help getting courses online? SISLT has 20 years of experience in teaching online courses. New courses — offered online — starting June 8, 2020 (open for enrollment) are IS_LT9484 Teaching Online and others. Further information: The Online Educator. Download Presentation Slides
Delia Wadlington is graduating with her MLIS this December 2019. She was kind to provide some insights into her experiences in the program from Cambridge, MA.
Congratulations to Dr. Sarah Buchanan, assistant professor, who was named Most Outstanding Organization Advisor during the recent Chancellor’s Excellence Awards. Buchanan advises the Society of American Archivists at University of Missouri Student Chapter.
Great internship opportunities for SISLT students! Earn graduate credits and valuable experience.
Kelly Anders is a graduate of the Library and Information Science program at Mizzou, and the Executive Director of the nonprofit corporation Jackson County Law Library, Inc., in Kansas City, Missouri which serves the 16th Circuit Court and subscribing attorney members.
May 8, 2018: Assistant Professor Sarah Buchanan will deliver the keynote address at “The Primary Source: An Interdisciplinary Conference on Memory and Identity” on May 17. The NEH-sponsored conference is hosted by Fontbonne University in partnership with the Missouri History Museum, and is focused on interdisciplinary conversations in the arts and sciences. The two-day event […]
Dr. Anindita Paul is a 2010 Ph.D. graduate of the MU School of Information Science and Learning Technologies doctoral program. She believes the program exposed her to interdisciplinary learning through interaction with world-class faculty, colleagues and peer universities across the globe. “Quality career opportunities came my way after receiving my doctorate,” said Paul. “I am […]