MASTER’S PRACTICUM OPEN HOUSE
The three-credit Practicum (GLIS 699) provides second-year Master of Information Studies students with the opportunity to apply concepts and practices learned in coursework, and to strengthen skills by assisting in professional-level work under the guidance of a qualified information professional. The program remains one of the most popular electives at the School, with 47 enrolments in the Winter 2015 semester.
On April 7, 2015, the School opened its doors for a showcase of visual presentations of students’ practicum projects in libraries, archives, and other information settings. A special thank-you is extended to practicum site supervisors for their involvement in this program.
To enjoy more photos from the event, visit the 2015 Practicum Showcase Gallery on the School’s website.
USER CENTERED DESIGN OPEN HOUSE
This December, Prof. Karyn Moffatt hosted a GLIS 627: User Centered Design open house featuring students’ final projects. The course provides students with skills to participate in the design of effective information system interfaces through hands-on application of user-centered design principles. The open house showcased inventive and thought-provoking projects which sparked lively discussions between students and attendees.
> Learn more about the MISt program at www.mcgill.ca/sis/programs/mist