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Simmons GSLIS Continuing Education – Register Now for July Workshops

 *Simmons GSLIS Continuing Education – Exceptional CE Since 1975*

July 2013

Online (asynchronous) Workshops

– Apps4Librarians: Become an Expert in Mobile Apps for iPhones, iPads, and Other iOS Devices

– Building an Integrated Social Media Strategy

– Web Design Fundamentals

Face to Face at Simmons (Boston campus)

 — Americans with Disabilities Act and Libraries – July 20

Book Arts Series* with Bill Hanscom

– Album Structures – June 29

– Bookbinding Basics II – July 20

– Enclosures for Preservation and Beyond – October 13

– The Folded Book – November 16

 *Register for more than one Book Arts Series workshop at the same time and receive 15% off the total cost! You must apply this discount yourself when registering and completing payment.


 Please check our full schedule for additional Summer and Fall workshops!

 For pricing, PDPs, or other information on workshops or to register see  or contact

 Kris Liberman LIS ‘87

Program Manager, Continuing Education
Graduate School of Library and Information Science
Simmons College | 300 The Fenway | Boston, MA 02115
617.521.2803 | fax 617.521.3192


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Syracuse iSchool Announces New Librarianship MOOC

The School of Information Studies (iSchool) at Syracuse University has opened registration for its second massive open online course (MOOC), the New Librarianship Master Class .

“The vision for a new librarianship must go beyond finding library-related uses for information technology and the Internet,” explains Professor R. David Lankes, course architect and instructor. “ It must provide a durable foundation for the field.”

The MOOC will examine librarianship and library practice using the fundamental concept that knowledge is created through conversation. “New librarians approach their work as facilitators of conversation,” says Lankes. “Through this course, they will learn how to better capture, store, and disseminate the conversations of their communities.”

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