Education & Curriculum

Should Online Coursework Be a Library School Requirement?

This semester I’m taking ‘Distributed Learning Librarianship’ online at the University of North Texas.  Needless to say online learning is on my mind.  In August of last year Rose L. Chou contributed a great HLS post In Defense of Online LIS Education,  and Laura Sanders’ recent post on Teaching Methods Used in Library School generated … Continue reading

Hack Your Program

Hack Your Program: Indiana University-Bloomington School of Library & Information Science

Disclaimer: This post is a product of my experiences as an IU-B SLIS student.  Please know that my opinions are not intended to be representative of the opinions of any other student, faculty/staff member, or librarian. All criticism is meant to be constructive. So, first things first: My name is Brianna Marshall, but you can … Continue reading