Jon and Betsy arrived at the Syracuse campus in September of 1976. Despite being on different academic paths, they got to know each other throughout their time at Syracuse, and their relationship blossomed.
Prof. Beth Patin Gives Sister Thea Bowman Lecture on Social and Justice in Library and Information Science at The Catholic University of America
Prof. Patin recently gave her talk, "The Ethics of Epistemic Justice: Addressing Epistemicide through Social Justice in LIS," at the Catholic University of America.
Jen Graney shares her journey in library and information science from Associate Program Manager to Library Director
Jill Hurst-Wahl, professor emerita in Syracuse University's iSchool, receives the 2021 John Cotton Dana Award
Nora Ramsey ‘21 shares how her love for music led her to the iSchool’s LIS program
Assistant Professor Dr. Rachel Ivy Clarke showcases the invisible labor in library work with the True Value Calculator
Prof. Megan Oakleaf Presents “Using Learning Analytics to Support Students in the Academic Library” at the 2021 ALA Annual Conference
Dr. Oakleaf's presentation introduced the foundations of learning analytics to participants and included a panel discussion from librarians and researchers in the field.
Associate Professor Megan Oakleaf has been working to address the many challenges around collecting and using student data efficiently, ethically, and effectively.
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.