Welcome to OU's School of Library and Information Studies, the only American Library Association accredited program in the state of Oklahoma! (continued accreditation)

New in SLIS

New for Spring 2018

The ability to use data analytics to solve information problems is becoming and] important workplace skill. This new course will be offered in Spring 2018 online at the undergraduate and graduate level.

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Offered in Spring 2018

Learn to create user-friendly websites with the power of PHP, implement databases on the web via PHP/MySQL, and integrate PHP with other web features such as HTML forms, Javascript, and XML. Course taught in a computer lab for undergraduate and graduate students.

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Faculty Position in Digital Humanities/Humanities Computing

The OU College of Arts and Sciences is seeking to hire a faculty member with a specialty in Digital Humanities Computing. The search is open-rank and open-department. The candidate will be hired into the department that best fits their background, which may be Library and Information Science or another discipline. For more information, please see the full job advertisement. 

Soliciting Student Conference Presentation Proposals

The "Fresh Takes" session at the Oklahoma Library Association's annual conference is for MLIS students to showcase their work. Consider sending in a proposal for consideration!

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Accepting Applications for Ph.D. Program

SLIS is now accepting applications for our first Ph.D. cohort to begin Fall 2018. The application deadline is March 15, 2018. See the Ph.D. program page for more information.