Archive


Dec

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December News: Publications, Presentations, and an "Adventurous Librarian"
Our alumni, students, and faculty have news and accomplishments to share.

Dec

23

Creating Creative Communities: 3D Printing in Library Programming
What does 3D printing mean for you, your public library, and the LIS field?

Dec

18

Creating Histories through Outreach, Collaboration, and Digital Stewardship
An interview with John Campopiano, SLIS alum and records manager for FRONTLINE/WGBH-TV

Dec

16

Children's Literature Dual Degree Experience: Grace Howard
"I did not want to pigeonhole myself into one career. The dual degree opens up several avenues for exploration. Plus, there are so many networking opportunities at a school of library and information science."

Dec

11

A Conversation with Sidney Berger
Scholar, writer, and SLIS adjunct professor Berger talks about his newest book, Rare Books and Special Collections

Dec

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Children's Literature Dual Degree Experience: Carla Carpenter
"Our idea of what a child is is constantly changing," said dual-degree student Carla Carpenter (M.A '15/M.F.A '15), "We live in a complex time. Everything is complex now: television is more complex, music is more complex, and so is our idea of the child. When does childhood begin? When does it end? How much do we as a society construct what childhood is?"

Dec

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Faculty Accomplishments – November 2014
At Simmons we take the time to acknowledge and appreciate our faculty and their achievements. Each month, this blog will provide an update on their various academic accomplishments and successes.

Dec

9

Tutoring at Simmons: Resources and Tips
We have arrived at finals! We chatted with Terry Muller at the Simmons Tutoring Center about services they provide -- and some study tips for your finals!

Dec

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Children's Literature Dual Degree Experience: Jillian Bailey
Dual-degree student Jillian Bailey (M.A. '15/MAT '15) is currently student teaching a class of 2nd graders at Horace Mann Elementary School. "I took CHL 403 Picturebook last year, knowing I would be in an elementary classroom this year, and that the books I was reading would have direct relevance to the grade level I am teaching now."

Dec

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Children's Literature and the Dual-Degree Experience
Get the scoop on the dual degree Children's Lit/LIS program from current student Alec Chunn