Archive


Jun

25

Open Access Movement Pioneer Robin Peek Retires from Simmons GSLIS
"Robin Peek was one of the earliest advocates for open access to research, one of the first to write about it regularly, and one of the first to teach a course about it, which she taught at Simmons."

Jun

23

Snapshot: Megan Lambert '02GS
"Our graduates are at the front lines of creating, reviewing, critiquing, using, and promoting books for young people. ...Many find their calling after participating in the Simmons program."

Jun

12

Faculty Profile: Joel Blanco-Rivera Shows How Archives Seek Justice
"We need to recognize the role of information in inequality and human rights violations."

Jun

9

Transforming Passion for Children's Literature into Opportunities
"Harry Potter was more a cultural phenomenon than a literary one. It visibly changed the reading audience for children's books. Adults began reading children's literature for their own enjoyment rather than simply as gatekeepers of children's reading."

Jun

6

Amy Pattee's Insights about YA Collection Development and Children's Library Services
"As someone who teaches about the use of YA literature, I noticed a lack of resources that addressed the collection of it."

May

31

May SLIS Community News
Awards, Publications, and Presentations from Faculty, Staff, Students and Alums

May

29

Dr. Mary Frances Zilonis Accepts K-12 Director Position at Wellesley Public Schools
Zilonis was instrumental in GSLIS' School Library Teacher Program receiving distinction in the 2013 U.S. News and World Report rankings as one of the top ten school library programs in the nation.

May

12

Commencement 2014
The class of 2014 graduated on Friday! We could not be more proud.