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Meet the 2019 Graduate Summer Internship Bloggers!

iSchool graduate students have a huge range of interests, and our program offerings are incredibly diverse. So it only makes sense that our graduate students embark on some of the most interesting and coveted summer internship out there. Today, you’ll meet five iSchool graduate students who are starting their summer internships. Who are the summer… Read the full article…


Top 5 Posts InfoSpace Posts from Spring 2019

School’s out, and the sun is in. You could be out swimming on the beach, pursuing an internship, or studying for another upcoming exam. But one thing is for sure: you definitely have time to check out some InfoSpace blogs from the spring! From Youtube playlists to scholarship tips, check out the most popular InfoSpace… Read the full article…



Open Access Week

Wouldn’t it be nice if you could read any piece of scholarship for free? This isn’t an ad — it’s one of the driving thoughts behind open access, which is “the free, immediate, online availability of research articles coupled with the rights to use these articles fully in the digital environment,” according to SPARC, a… Read the full article…




An Interview with Brenna Helmstutler, Subject Librarian for the iSchool

Brenna Helmstutler, subject librarian for the School of Information Studies (iSchool) comes to Syracuse University with 13 years of subject librarian experience at Georgia State University. While at GSU, she provided subject librarian services in various areas, including education, psychology, public health, and journalism as needed, and worked in middle management overseeing the health sciences… Read the full article…



Recommendations for Getting the Most Out of Your MSLIS Program

On Wednesday, November 15th, Dr. Jill Hurst-Wahl hosted a webinar as part of the iSchool’s Webinar Series dedicated to helping prospective, current, and former library students take advantage of their master’s education. Jill is an author, speaker, consultant and instructor. Formerly, she was an IT professional, corporate librarian, and director of the MSLIS program (2012-2017). Key Takeaways… Read the full article…