In order to receive your Master of Science degree in Library and Information Science, you are required to submit an e-Portfolio that serves as an end of program assessment. The e-Portfolio will also help you showcase your work to future potential employers. It includes a professional philosophy, resume, and artifacts from coursework with reflections that document proficiency in the program’s eight goals:
1. Develop an understanding of the foundations of the profession;
2. Develop an understanding of information resources;
3. Demonstrate ability to organize recorded knowledge and information;
4. Apply technological knowledge and skills to practice;
5. Apply reference and user services;
6. Master research methods;
7. Experience continuing education and lifelong learning; and
8. Apply key concepts of administration and management.
Refer to the Program Goals and Outcomes for a complete overview.
You must submit your e-Portfolio for evaluation in either your last semester of coursework or the semester immediately following. We encourage you to build your e-Portfolio throughout your program of study. Digication is the platform used to create e-Portfolios.