The grant is awarded annually to support researchers who aim to better understand how to connect people to resources, information services, and collections.
Despite the difficulties brought by the COVID-19 pandemic, libraries like the Northern Onondaga Public Library find new ways to thrive.
Now serving as the Director of the Northern Onondaga Public Library in the midst of COVID-19, Mandy Travis G'02 is learning how to draw on her experiences at the iSchool and in her career to adapt and serve the surrounding community.
Clarke is the sixth recipient of this award, which provides funding to a junior faculty member to help advance his or her research projects.
Brianna Jackson didn't have to go far from home to find her path in library science.
Professor Beth Patin explores how the role of libraries is evolving to meet the needs of diverse communities in times of crisis.
An iSchool student-professor duo wins award for promoting diversity in library materials.
The last few days of my internship were busy. I was wrapping up projects and making sure physical and digital [...]
The library has committed itself to providing digital versions of items and resources in the collection as a way to [...]
In the autumn of 2018, the iSchool Public Library Initiative (IPLI) worked on a project that involved collecting library [...]