The Maui Friends of the Library provide this award for Maui residents, who are classified MLISc degree candidates. Applicants must be officially enrolled in the program to qualify.
Jeannette Kent has been awarded the Friends of the Hilo Library Scholarship for the spring 2010 term. This $1,000 scholarship is given to a deserving graduate student on the Big Island. The Friends of the Hilo Library Scholarship is based on financial need as well as past academic performance and accomplishments. Students must be classified graduate students in the Library and Information Science Program. They must be currently enrolled for a minimum of three LIS credits.
Congratulations to the following LIS graduate students who have received University of Hawaii Achievement Scholarships for the spring 2010 term. The award is based on academic merit.
Joseph Murphy from Yale University is giving an informal
presentation (via Skype) about his experiences with text messaging in libraries
Text Messaging in Libraries (Joseph Murphy, Yale University)
Wednesday November 18, 2009 3:00pm-3:40pm
POST 318B (during Dr. Quiroga’s LIS 672 class)
Joe is a graduate of the UH LIS program and is currently a General Science
Librarian and Instruction Coordinator at Yale University. Joe has a vast amount
of experience with incorporating Web 2.0 technologies into libraries and will
share with us his personal experiences with text messaging at Yale.
This event is being sponsored by SLA-ASIST Student Chapter.
If you have any questions please contact Sara Ajifu <firstname.lastname@example.org>