The UH Mānoa LIS Program is one of three Library & Information Science graduate programs participating in the Reaching Those Who Served research project. Reaching Those Who Served is a 3-year Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) grant-funded research project recruitment of military veterans to library and information science graduate programs. The grant enables […]
Thanks to all the students, alumni and professionals who have participated in our ongoing curriculum review process! In Spring 2017, the LIS faculty approved the following framework for a revised curriculum, which we hope to have officially approved in time for the Fall 2018 semester. Highlights: Instead of a single list of core courses, students will be […]
We welcome applications for a full-time, tenure-track faculty colleague to join us in the Spring 2018 semester. The ideal candidate will develop a research and instructional program integrating elements of library and information science with related units across the university. Researchers who locate their work in informatics, information organization and/or indigenous knowledge are especially encouraged to […]
Starting in the Fall 2017 semester, Dr. Gazan will have a graduate research assistantship available for a student interested in social computing and information literacy, as part of an Institute of Museum & Library Services grant, Online Q&A in STEM Education: Curating the Wisdom of the Crowd. Working with Associate Professor Rich Gazan, the RA will […]
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Pathways for Excellence and Achievement in Research and Learning (PEARL), a project funded by the Institute of Museum and Library Services and directed by the Library and Information Science Program at UHM, has produced an online trainer’s guide. The three-year project provided professional development for teams of teachers and librarians from twenty Hawaii DOE and […]