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Master of Science in Library and Information Science - Digital Libraries Concentration

Master of Science in Library and Information Science - Digital Libraries Concentration

  • QS World University Rankings
    651-700
The College of Computing and Informatics' Master of Science in Library and Information Science (MSLIS) provides students with a foundation in a wide variety of information professions. The program addresses the contexts in which librarians and other information professionals work the systems and services they provide, and the uses of new and emerging technologies in the field. This concentration covers a range of topics in digital resources, collections and services. It can serve as a bridging concentration accessible to MSIS students and several courses are a part of the MSIS curriculum. Graduates of the Digital Libraries Concentration: Act as enhance service providers for digital collections in libraries Act as metadata specialists for digital libraries Become digital reference librarians, interface designers, or webmasters in libraries and other organizations Serve as negotiators for copyrights and digital collection licensing between libraries and content providers Serve as a liaison for software developers and library staff Develop projects in digital collection development and metadata evaluation Lead libraries in the development of innovative services with emerging technologies