Are you interested in international librarianship? Do you want to learn more about other cultures, other countries, and their information needs?
Earn six credit hours for summer study and travel to beautiful South Africa to participate in the IFLA World Library and Information Congress 2015! Learn about international librarianship and international approaches to information. The program will be provided by Drs. Adkins and Moulaison, both Fulbright Scholars with extensive international experience.
Readings begin in July, with synchronous online evening courses in the beginning of August. Then, travel to South Africa for intensive coursework and conference attendance August 14-21.
To learn more, please visit our website: http://sislt-ifla.missouri.edu/
To enroll, please fill out the information requested here: https://missouri.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_eVVW5QMU20CBrG5
Call for Proposals: The NLA/NSLA Annual Conference scheduled for October 14-16 in Lincoln, Nebraska,
This year’s theme is “Libraries are the Heart of the Community.” Whether your “community” is urban or rural, public, school, academic or special, consider submitting a proposal to showcase the many ways your library is vital to your community. Continue reading
Democracy, Economics, and the Public Good provides a critical examination of essential aspects of American life, reviewing democratic and economic theories and practices and providing examination of ideas of the public good. Continue reading