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Library Research Service| Research And Statistics About Libraries Our new Fast Facts, Trends in Colorado Public Library Websites and Social Media Use, presents findings from the Colorado portion of our longitudinal study of U.S. public libraries’ use of web technologies and social media. All 114 of Colorado’s public libraries are included in this study. One of our main findings was that from 2010 to 2012, the percentage of Colorado public libraries catering to mobile devices increased dramatically. Researchers looked for any of the following types of mobile-friendly website access: Mobile version of website: The URL redirects to a mobile site (e.g., “m.citylibrary.org”) when viewed on a mobile device.Mobile app:...
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Ex Libris--an E-Zine for Librarians and Information Junkies -- issue 309
Eligibility Criteria The paid internship program is open to United States citizens (or permanent residents) who are currently enrolled in an advanced (masters) library degree program from an accredited institution recognized by the U.S. Department of Education, or those that have graduated in the past six months. Smithsonian Libraries :Internship Opportunities
The MLIS program is 63-quarter credits, consisting of three elements: core courses, electives, and a final degree project. Program requirements are the same for students in the residential MLIS and online MLIS programs. Law MLIS students should refer to their specific requirements, which differ. The MLIS curriculum is grounded in a set of core courses which are designed to give you a broad and solid foundation in important aspects of the library and information science field. Our world-class and diverse faculty has established this core curriculum to provide a conceptual and theoretical base of knowledge on how information is organized, stored, searched, and used, along with important technological, policy, pedagogical, research, management, and design concepts. MLIS Curriculum | Information School | University of Washington