Master of Library and Information Studies


I enrolled in the University of Alabama Library School in September 2009 and graduated on August 5th, 2011. You can view my diploma certificate.

I finished the following twelve MLIS courses:


In LS 560, we discussed the following assignments:


In LS 502, a research paper and poster were presented on electronic books.


In LS 530, a few papers were presented: Public Libraries Providence in Canada, Public Libraries Observation (York Woods Branch, TPL), Budget Simulation on Consumer Health Information Center, and Development of a Service or Program (term project).


In LS 566, blogging is a crucial part of the course. We used RSS Feeds (Google Reader) to subscribe other classmates' blogs and participated discussion. Twitter was used to further disseminate and exchange information. The screencast demo (introduction, search features and the screencast script), the PowerPoint presentation and the handout are based on the digital repository of Connecticut History Online (CHO). The most exciting part of the course was using Omeka, a free, flexible, and open source web-publishing platform for the display of library, museum, archives, and scholarly collections and exhibitions. We used Omeka to catalogue (index) American Football images.


In LS 590 (International Information Issues), the PowerPoint presentation, Abstract for the presentation and Presentation script were presented based on the profile of New Zealand.


In LS 567, the Digital (Virtual) Reference Service, Research for the presentation and Presentation script were presented based on Ask Ontario. Finally, the Database/Resource Subject Specialty Instruction Session, Research for the presentation and Presentation script were presented.