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Ever wanted to know what it’s like to be an information professional working for the Board of Governors in the Federal Reserve Research Library? Well, CUA/SLA has the scope right here for you to enjoy:
Dear CUA LIS community, We are pleased to announce that CUA LIS is scheduled for its regular ALA reaccreditation review in the spring of 2016. The reaccreditation process involves an extensive self-assessment, where we consider our accomplishments, strengths and challenges, … Continue reading
The information profession is mourning the loss of former CUA LIS Assistant Professor and recent Maryland iSchool Professor, Dr. Mary Edsall Choquette who passed away Thursday, February 20, 2015 of liver cancer. Below, is an excerpt form an email sent by Dr. Anne Guilliland … Continue reading
LIS Professor David Shumaker will be a panelist at the National Federation of Advanced Information Services annual conference, Sunday, February 22, 2015, speaking on “The User Experience: Increased Demands We Must Satisfy.” The NFAIS conference runs February 22-25 in Crystal … Continue reading
Angela Kent attended this past ALA Midwinter (ALAMW) conference as an ALA Emerging Leader (EL). Below, Ms. Kent shares her experience at the conference and as an EL: “Like most ELs, this was my first ALA Midwinter and it served as … Continue reading
Rebecca ‘Becky’ Katz presented her first poster at the Association for Library and Information Science Education (ALISE) 2015 conference this past January. The post below details her experience while prepping and presenting. “The poster I presented at ALISE 2015 was … Continue reading
Come out February 28, 2015 from 10:00 am – 3:00 pm and help in the library of Washington School for Girls at 1604 Morris Road SE Washington, DC 20020.
LIS Student and GLP, Michelle Datiles’ “Bridging Sign & Script” Exhibit in Mullen Library, 1/31-2/28
CUA Libraries’ Mullen Library will have an exhibit on display in the May Gallery titled “Bridging Sign & Script” from January 31 -February 28.
CUA LIS Assistant Professor, Dr. Renate Chancellor to Give E.J. Josey Talk at the Library of Congress, Feb. 18th
CUA LIS Assistant Professor, Dr. Renate Chancellor will be giving a talk at the Library of Congress on Wednesday, February 18th in the West Dining Room of the Madison Building from 12-1. The title of the talk is: When the … Continue reading
Interested in going to Italy this summer? LIS Professor, Dr. Renate Chancellor is hosting two information sessions next week to discuss the details for applicants interested in studying abroad. The Visions of Italy: Culture in the 21st Century trip invites students of … Continue reading