Master of Library and Information Science (MLIS)

Master of Library and Information Science (MLIS)

MASTER OF LIBRARY & INFORMATION SCIENCE

The Master of Library and Information Science (MLIS) is the master’s degree required for the profession of library science, librarianship, and library service. It is required for the position of a librarian in libraries and information resources centers. Various library schools, i-schools grant degrees under different titles, like Master of Library and Information Studies (MLIS), Master of Library Studies (MLS), Master of Science in Library Science (MSLS), M.S. M.A. or M.Sc. in Information Science.



Librarianship Studies & Information Technology (LS & IT) Blog will survey the curriculum of MLIS programs of top 10 Library Schools / iSchools and develop a model Master of Library and Information Science (MLIS) study program. LS & IT Blog will then bring out study material for the model curriculum and a bibliography for further advance studies. This will be helpful for Librarians, LIS i-School Master of Library and Information Science (MLIS) & Ph.D Students & Researchers and IT Professionals.

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Library and Information Science Dissertations and Theses - Reference sources for doctoral and master's dissertations and theses in Library and Information Science (LIS). General reference databases are listed first which is followed by the repositories and digital libraries of individual countries and universities. It also provides information on the online availability of electronic theses through centrally-maintained digital repositories which not only ensure easy access and archiving of doctoral theses but will also help in raising the standard and quality of research.

Theses and dissertations are known to be the rich and unique source of information, often the only source of research work that does not find its way into various publication channels. Theses and dissertations remain an untapped and under-utilized asset, leading to unnecessary duplication and repetition. ... ... ... (Visit the link to read complete article)