Library and Information Science

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Student Story Time……sponsored by The Reflector

Hi everyone!

A note from our new graduate assistant in the Reflector, Julie Blatt:

In alignment with our Mission Statement and Collection Goals, the Reflector is pleased to present students an opportunity to continue to develop literacy, learning and teaching skills. Staff of the Reflector will be presenting a special series of Student Storytimes, designed to give College of Education students, faculty, and staff the chance to listen to a children’s book and share how reading and literacy has made an impact in their lives.
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Congratulations to Amy Adam!

Amy Adam - 10 year work anniversary

Congratulations! We extend our best wishes to you on your tenth year with SISLT.  We always enjoy your enthusiasm for the work you do, you have significantly contributed SISLT’s success…Thank you!

CALL FOR CHAPTERS for Springer book on Collaborative Information Seeking

Springer Book series on CSCW seeks submissions for a 2015 book on Collaborative Information Seeking (CIS). We are looking for original chapters on this topic – from scholars in academia and industry.

For many years, information retrieval has focused on individual users searching for information. Algorithms have assumed that one person is reviewing the results, and user interfaces have supported the needs of individual searchers. Continue reading

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