What role do libraries play in times of crisis or disaster? How do different communities share and receive critical information? What do you do with an ancient artifact? These are questions you’ll explore as a graduate student in Library and Information Science at the iSchool.
Accredited by the American Library Association (ALA) since 1928, The iSchool’s Library and Information Science program centers around one goal: to change how communities and organizations use libraries and information resources for the better.
We take a uniquely tech-driven and human-centered approach to understanding information in the context of social media and “fake news,” data protection and privacy, and diverse cultures and communities. Through coursework and residency workshops ranging across 11 focus areas, you’ll experience the broad reach of librarianship and explore what it means to be a librarian today.