Discussions on the future of libraries have become common place in the profession; from Pew and Aspen Institute studies to forums to articles, the topic is clearly on the mind of many. But the Future of Libraries discussion also necessitated Continue reading Re-Envisioning the MLS: Final Report
On Monday, May 4, the iSchool and the Information Policy & Access Center (iPAC) at the University of Maryland College Park held its capstone Re-Envisioning the MLS event at the MLK Library of the DC Public Library. Initiated in August Continue reading Re-Envisioning the MLS: The Future Information Professionals
We are thrilled to announce the panelists who will be discussing the future of information professionals following Sari Feldman’s keynote address on May 4. Join us at MLK or online to hear from these outstanding professionals. Stacey Aldrich – State Continue reading May 4 Panelists – Who are the Information Professionals of the Future?
We’re now some eight months into our Re-Envisioning the MLS initiative. Now seems like a good time to reflect on what we’ve heard so far from you, library leaders, our advisory board, and others regarding what a future MLS degree Continue reading What We’ve Learning So Far
Originally posted by John Bertot December 3, 2014 on blogMLS. We’ve all likely seen various reports and discussions around the Future of Libraries. From Pew and Aspen Institute studies to forums to articles, there is no shortage of data or Continue reading Re-Envisioning the MLS White Paper: Issues, Considerations, and Framing
Originally published by John Bertot September 16, 2014 on blogMLS. In Fall 2014, the iSchool and the Information Policy & Access Center (iPAC) at the University of Maryland launched the Re-Envisioning the MLS initiative as part of a year-long process Continue reading Re-Envisioning the MLS Initiative
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