Maryland's iSchool Fall Open House
2nd Floor Research Facility
Hornbake Bldg, South Wing
University of Maryland
College Park, MD 20742
The College of Information Studies, Maryland's iSchool is hosting its Fall
Open House for prospective Masters and Doctoral students on Saturday,
November 1, 2008.
Please join us from 10am-12pm in the Research Facility 2nd Floor of
University of Maryland.
The Master of Library Science (MLS) program focuses on areas central to
research and practice in library and
information science. It emphasizes the theoretical and conceptual
foundations of the field.
The application of the results of scholarly research are related to
current practices and are
analyzed with the goal of advancing the quality and scope of services in
a variety of information settings. It provides a
comprehensive foundation for professional careers in all libraries,
information centers, and other
agencies engaged in information activities.
The Master of Information Management (MIM) is an innovative program
that addresses the growing
need of organizations for skilled information professionals who know how
to strategically manage information
and technology. Every cutting-edge organization needs people with the
skills the MIM degree offers.
The MIM program meets the growing need organizations have for
information professionals who
understand the issues of information management; business management;
computer science; and
information systems. The MIM program fills an empty space among these
The Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) researches how people access, use, and
has become critical to professional success, life-long learning, and
even government policies.
Information retrieval now is heavily dependent on computer systems, the
Internet, and mobile devices.
The impact that diverse cultures, emotional affect, and the ever-growing
digitization of information have is now considered
important to understand. Given this diverse and complex landscape,
students with wide-ranging interests
or interdisciplinary experience will be well served by the doctoral
program at Maryland's iSchool.
For more information call: 301-405-2038 or email [log in to unmask]