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If you’re looking to take one or more graduate-level courses as part of your continuing education and professional development plans, you may be interested in the new, fully online i.School Open Classes program offered by the School of Library and Information Science at San Jose State University.

Courses cover a wide range of topics, including emerging technology, digitization and digital preservation, records management, web usability, data mining, information visualization, collection management, digital asset management, and library services for children and teens. In addition, many courses are focused specifically on building leadership skills. Check out the courses offered during the upcoming summer session.

The Open Classes program is open to everyone. The deadline to sign up for summer courses is May 15, 2014, and individuals will be able to enroll on a space-available basis.

For more information about the i.School Open Classes program, click here

14 Mar 2014

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