Archive


Oct

17

Faculty Accomplishments - September 2014
At Simmons we take the time to acknowledge and appreciate our faculty and their achievements. Each month, this blog will update the community on all of their accomplishments and successes.

Oct

17

Connecting Past and Future: Libraries on the Lewis and Clark Trail
Simmons SLIS Professor Mary Jordan chose the Lewis and Clark Trail as the inspiration for a unique research project. Dubbed the Library Corps of Discovery, Jordan plotted a road-trip across the nation following the Lewis and Clark Trail to visit public libraries and collect data about libraries at each stop.

Oct

16

Usability, UX and MOOCS: A Global Perspective
Usability testing, UX, user behavior research...In a field focused on meeting users' needs, using the right tools to test the end results is crucial.

Oct

15

Meet the CEC staff - student edition!
While the Career Education Center (CEC) employs several full-time staff members, our office would not be able to operate as effectively in serving you if not for our student employees.

Oct

15

Library Services for the 21st Century Student
"Our students want to do research when they want to do research, so we have to figure out how to be there when they need it."

Oct

14

Domestic Violence: Awareness and Remembrance
Every year, the Simmons campus comes together to remember alumna Elizabeth "Betsy" McCandless, and all victims of domestic violence with the Clothesline Project.

Oct

14

Statement to the Community: Gender-Based Misconduct Policy
A message from President Helen Drinan

Oct

14

Interview: Kendra Giannini, Capstone Coordinator
"SLIS faculty and staff are always thinking unconventionally, and they encourage students to do so as well."

Oct

11

Supporting Women and Girls
Here at Simmons, we are passionate about the advancement of women and girls.

Oct

10

Matarazzo and Pearlstein publish
Article for Online Searcher written with help from alums