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We help students build successful careers, lead meaningful lives, and achieve a powerful return on their educational investment. We view this as an inviolable responsibility, as an educational promise that underscores our commitment to you. As part of the iSchools organization, SLIS is dedicated to advancing the information field.
Dominican’s School of Information Studies (Chicago’s only iSchool) has long been a presence on Chicago’s higher education landscape, first offering library science programs in the 1930s. We began with an undergraduate library science degree in 1930 and introduced the master’s in library science in 1949.
Ranked among the top 20 Association of Research Libraries (ARL) in North America, Emory University Libraries serve as an interdisciplinary, intellectual commons for our campuses in Atlanta and Oxford, Georgia.
Our innovative resources, services, spaces, and collections were developed and designed to advance the success of Emory students, staff, and faculty and to benefit the surrounding community and beyond.
The Getty Research Institute library collections include over one million books, periodicals, study photographs, and auction catalogs as well as extensive special collections of rare and unique materials. Focusing on art history, architecture, and related fields, they begin with the archaeology of prehistory and extend to the contemporary moment.
The Institute for Defense Analyses (IDA) is a private, nonprofit corporation headquartered in Alexandria, Virginia, just outside Washington, DC. IDA’s mission is to answer the most challenging U.S. security and science policy questions with objective analysis leveraging extraordinary scientific, technical, and analytic expertise.
The Nebraska Library Commission was created in 1901 and is part of the executive branch of state government. Per state statute, the Commission is responsible for the statewide promotion, development and coordination of library services. In fulfilling these functions the Commission works with all types of libraries – public, school, college and university, special and institutional libraries. Some of the Commission’s services are provided directly to the public and to state government personnel.
With a multidisciplinary focus on information science, library science, and computing, the School of Library and Information Sciences (SLIS) offers versatile, accredited graduate degrees for students with interests in information systems, data science, information management, network management, school media and digital youth, digital humanities, health informatics, and leading and managing libraries.
As a global leader, The Ohio State University and the Libraries are actively engaged in local, statewide, national, and international initiatives to help shape the future of academic research libraries. These activities and the innovations that result enhance our ability to acquire, manage, and preserve emerging information resources, support knowledge creation, and enable its effective transmission to future learners.
Our program is accredited by the American Library Association (ALA) Committee on Accreditation with the status of Continued Accreditation. The Master of Science (M.S.) program in Library and Information Science at St. John’s University will provide you with the knowledge and skills necessary to succeed in today’s information-rich workplace.
The School of Library and Information Studies (SLIS) is a top-ranked program for library, information and book arts education. SLIS aims to develop creative and critical thinkers and leaders for the information world through a supportive teaching and learning environment, collaborative research and community engagement.
The University of Iowa Libraries is the largest library system in Iowa and 7th in materials expenditures among U.S. public research libraries (ARL FY17 data). The University’s Main Library, Hardin Library for the Health Sciences, 5 branch libraries, and the Law Library contain more than 5 million volumes.