The Texas Military Forces Museum (TMFM) is a bit of a second home for me. I’ve been interning there off and on since summer of 2014, and it has been an indispensable resource for me as I learn all about the museum field that I hope to enter into after my time at the iSchool […]Read More
Students share their experiences attending events or participating in programs.
On Wednesday, September 21st, the American Library Association/Texas Library Association (ALA/TLA) UT Student Chapter hosted the first installment of the Redesigning Libraries: Making Spaces for the Future speaker series. This presentation gave students a chance to learn about the New Central Library and Austin Public Library’s vision for libraries in the 21st century. Giving the presentation was APL’s […]Read More
On Friday, September 9th, the Society of American Archivists (SAA) UT chapter hosted its annual Fall behind-the-scenes tour of the Dolph Briscoe Center for American History. This tour gave new and returning students an inside look at the resources available at The Briscoe, which is a premier research center housing archives, library, and artifact collections that […]Read More
Many students come to the iSchool in preparation for technical careers like data analysis, user experience (UX) design, or front-end/back-end web development. Others hope to gain technical skills that compliment their training for careers such as librarianship, archives and records management. Last week ASIS&T/AWIT hosted their first TechTalk event of the year to address this very topic. The information session featured a […]Read More
Are you interested in a career in web design and/or web development? Ever wondered what fellow web designers/developers are working on, or how they deal with the day-to-day issues and challenges of their work? On Tuesday, July 12th, the iSchool’s own UT ASIS&T (The Association of Information Science and Technology) and AWIT (Advocating for Women […]Read More