Master of Library & Information Science

San Jose State University School of Information

Coursework focused on library essentials, emerging technologies, and research. Select courses include:

  • Beginning Cataloging and Classification
  • Reference & Information Services
  • Collection Management
  • Information & Technology Tools: HTML, CSS
  • Advanced Information & Technology Tools: JavaScript
  • Web Usability
  • Advanced Information & Technology Tools: Information Visualization
  • History of Books and Libraries
  • Archives & Manuscripts
  • Research Methods in Library and Information Science: Grant Writing

Bachelor of Science in Liberal Arts with a minor in History

Maranatha University

Coursework focused broadly in humanities, education, math, science, and computing; more deeply in history. Select courses include:

  • Renaissance Literature
  • Creative Writing
  • Teaching Techniques
  • Storytelling
  • Educational Psychology
  • Meteorology, Lab
  • Earth Sciences, Lab
  • Probability & Statistics
  • Logic
  • Computer Information Systems
  • Historical Methods & Philosophy
  • Modern Russian History
  • Civil War & Reconstruction
  • Origins of Religion
  • Survey of Missions

Continuing Education Workshops, Conferences, Courses

Primary focus on creative work and professional development.

Creative Work

  • Association of Writers & Writing Programs Annual Conference
  • Fiction Workshop with Karen Bjorneby & a rotating group of writers
  • Flash Fiction with Michelle Richmond
  • Digital Photography Level 1 with Carlos Arrieta, RayKo Photo Center
  • Scribblers & Scribes, Leader
  • Designing the Artist’s Book with Dorota Biczel, Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design

Professional Development

  • Internet Librarian Conference
  • Library 2.016: Privacy in the Digital Age Mini-Conference
  • American Library Association Annual Conference
  • California Library Association Annual Conference
  • InfoPeople Courses
    • How to Lead Your Library: Evaluating Services
    • Building an E-Book Collection
    • Managing Challenging Patron Behaviors: Security for the New Library Environment
    • Using Infographics for Big Impact
    • Emerging Tech Trends in Libraries
  • BayNet Workshops
    • If A Picture Paints a Thousand Words: Building Effective Slide Decks
  • LITA Webinars
    • Yes, You Can Video: a How-To Guide for Creating High-Impact Instructional Videos Without Tearing Your Hair Out
    • Digital Privacy Toolkit for Librarians
    • Teaching Patrons About Privacy

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