Journal of Education for Library and Information Science

Articles from Vol. 49, No. 1, Winter

Convergence of Information and Law: A Comparative Study between I-Schools and Other ALISE Schools
This study examined the incorporation of law-related courses into information studies curricula. Data were gathered from the 59 member schools of the Association for Library and Information Science Education (ALISE) and 4 members of the i-School community,...
Practicums and Service Learning in LIS Education
Schools of library and information science (LIS) routinely offer their students experiential learning opportunities such as internships or practicums. These courses are viewed as a means of introducing students to the realities of the workplace and of...
School Library Media Preparation Program Review: Perspectives of Two Stakeholder Groups
Both the American Library Association Committee on Accreditation and the higher education regional accrediting agencies call for outcomes based assessment and involvement of stakeholders in the evaluation of degree programs. This article describes part...
The Simmons College Vietnamese Scholar-Librarian Program: A Model for Collaborative International LIS Education
Simmons College Graduate School of Library and Information Science has been educating Vietnamese librarians since 1993. Students in this master's program complete coursework at the Boston campus of Simmons College and in Vietnam; this unique approach...
Use of Professional Competencies and Standards Documents for Curriculum Planning in Schools of Library and Information Studies Education
Use of information professional association competency statements by schools of library and information studies (LIS) indicates the influence of practice on education and is encouraged by the Standards for Accreditation of Master's Programs in Library...

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