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Laura Miller is a Marketing Analyst for Credo Reference and the Coordinator of Libraries Thriving, a Credo-sponsored though vendor neutral online community for librarians and other researchers interested in e-resource innovation and information literacy promotion. Laura has extensive experience partnering with libraries of all shapes and sizes to develop e-resource marketing plans that demonstrate library value and contributions to communities. She holds an MLIS from San Jose State University and a BA of English and Women’s Studies from Virginia Commonwealth University.

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Libraries Thriving Learning Community Now Accepting Applications

Libraries Thriving Learning Community—Fall 2011

Organized by Credo Reference and LYRASIS


Could you use a sounding board for a project at your institution that you have always wanted to accomplish?


Would you like to join a community where colleagues challenge and support one another's learning and growth toward shared e-resources goals?



Posted on September 7, 2011 at 8:51am

Going the Distance: Distance vs. Traditional Degree Programs

As with choosing any undergraduate or graduate degree program, prospective students should always consider their individual needs. Choosing an MLIS as your graduate degree provides flexibility in that there are a number of distance learning options including programs that have no on-site attendance requirement to speak of. This distance learning option appeals to students who have time constraints because of a full-time work schedule while pursuing their degree or who are unable to relocate in… Continue

Posted on June 29, 2011 at 9:06am

In Due Course(s): The Graduate Student Experience

Because of the current job market, many college graduates are choosing to pursue higher education in order to delay entering their chosen professional field. Many of these graduates are attracted to Master of Library and Information Science (MLIS) programs because of their emphasis on a strong foundation in information literacy, a skill applicable across disciplines. As a result, MLIS students have varied educational and professional backgrounds and…

Posted on June 29, 2011 at 9:04am

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