class=”youtube-video”> KTP at LCC (UAL) and Bridgeman Education.flv Really interesting partnership between Bridgeman Art Library & the London College of Communication, University of the Arts London. Made me wonder if the upcoming VRA + ARLIS/NA conference session, “Paving the Way for an Uncertain Future,” will discuss partnerships.
[via GLA listserv] Do you know someone in an LIS program or entering an LIS program? Tell them about the GLA Scholarships! The Georgia Library Association awards two (2) scholarships yearly to provide financial assistance toward completing a Master’s in Library/Information Science. The Hubbard Scholarship ($3,000) was established over 30 years ago to recruit excellent […]
Online Visual Information Class at University of Rhode Island – Summer 2009 If you are interested in meeting challenges in our profession, explore beyond the textual information world, and take a course at the pace of your time and space anytime and anywhere, have you thought about taking LSC544 Visual Information Science this summer? It […]
It was great to meet so many of you at the ArLiSNAP meeting during the ARLIS annual conference in Denver. One of the topics floated at the meeting was ways in which to get more bodies involved in ArLiSNAP via additional volunteer positions. The general consensus was that more people might be willing to be […]
The Univ. of Arizona School of Information Resources and Library Science now offers a certificate program available in Digital Information Management, and it is entirely online. The program is open, not only to working professionals, but to anyone with a bachelor’s degree. Scholarships are available–in fact, the entire first cohort is attending on scholarship. If […]
Dear ARLIS members, At Pratt-SILS our dual-degree program with Pratt’s History of Art Department is designed to meet 21st century challenges of art librarianship in the digital age and to prepare our students to be active participants in designing the art information landscape landscape of the future. With our new cultural informatics lab coming online […]
Are there any ambitious ARLIS/NA members who would be interested in working to update this publication? The most recent addendum to the document was made in 1999, and we know that classes and specializations change with the addition or departure of faculty members. An updated version of this tool would provide wonderful guidance to our […]
I’ve been reflecting lately on how I chose to enroll in my current LIS program. Making this decision was a really big challenge for me, but there were a few resources that made it easier. For one, the ARLIS/NA document Library Schools in Canada and the United States was a good starting point. For more […]