The Second Annual SLIS IUPUI ULIB Joint Research Conference is this Thursday! Come see what your fellow students and librarians are researching, meet some new people, eat free food, and share information! More information on the Research Conference Website.
The IUPUI University Library and School of Information and Library Science Joint Research Conference 2012 is the annual research conference of the IUPUI University Libraries and the School of Library and Information Science. The School of Library and Information Science (SLIS) at IUPUI and University Library (UL) announce a Research Conference on March 22, 2012, to showcase research by SLIS students and UL Faculty. SLIS students and UL librarians are invited to submit proposals, which will be reviewed by one SLIS faculty member and one UL faculty member.
We are seeking feedback for our own SLIS program so please let us know what you think needs change or what you think we do well. Your personal information will be kept confidential.
We’re all looking forward to testing the waters in our new profession. One way to find your dream position is to subscribe to the SLIS Jobs Listserv. Dr. Irwin has graciously posted instructions. I’ll share them below:
How to Subscribe to SLIS_JOBS-L
- Send an e-mail message to
- Leave the subject line blank.
- In the body of your message type:
subscribe SLIS_JOBS-L firstname lastname
- LISTSERV will send an email with instructions to complete your subscription.
- Your command will be cancelled automatically if LISTSERV does not receive your confirmation within 48 hours.
- The list moderator must approve your request to join, please allow up to three business days for a response.
Mark your calenders! The SLIS Beginning of the Year Party is on Saturday, September 17th! Come meet your fellow classmates and professors.
It’s going to be a pitch-in.
More details later.
On Friday, October 1, for our first lecture of the Spring 2010 Luncheon Lecture Series, Dr. Blaise Cronin, the Dean of the Indiana University School of Library & Information Science. Dr. Cronin shared a great deal of insight with us regarding the state and progress of our vibrant field. His talk was entitled “A Post-professional, Post-physical, Post-institutional Future?” Download the powerpoint | See Dean Cronin’s talk on YouTube.edu