by Maddy Vericker, DLIS Newsletter Editor The faculty at the Division have been doing great work lately, and each of our professors has had
Over the last few years, the St. John’s University Department for Institutional Advancement has taken steps to extend outreach to our alumni community. The
Congratulations to Danielle Manri, a DLIS student, for her prize-winning Academic Service-Learning essay! St. John’s University offers both undergraduate and graduate students
Dr. Christine Angel briefly introduced her students that have been working with the Academic Service Learning component of this degree program since its inception
We are excited to announce that Dr. Christine Angel will be joining the DLIS community beginning this summer! Dr. Angel hails from South Carolina,
We were able to sit down with Dr. Angel and to discuss some of her interests and research. You may view the complete interview
The Spring Semiannual Meeting took place at the Manhattan Campus on January 23rd. During the meeting, the program was happy to welcome fourteen new
All DLIS students who have entered the program during or after Fall 2011 are required to create an ePortfolio. The completion of this will
For our LIS Program, the ePortfolio is designed to showcase the 8 core competencies through artifacts compiled throughout your time here at St. John’s.
The first track session of the symposium, moderated by Dr. Kevin Rioux, covered a range of topics related to digital literacy training and advocacy.