Information Session Wed. Dec. 7

Please join us at the NYU Bobst Library on Wed. Dec. 7 from 6 – 7 pm for a chance to find out more about the master’s degree in Library and Information Science offered by LIU Post right here at NYU.

Learn about our dual degree with NYU’s Graduate School of Arts and Science and with several programs in NYU’s Steinhardt School. The MA and MSLIS earned through the dual degree lead to positions as subject specialists in academic and research settings.

Palmer boasts a one-of-a-kind Rare Books and Special Collections area of study and a renowned program in Archives and Records Management leading to a certificate of advanced study. We offer training for school librarian certification within the 36 credits of our program and we offer courses in everything from information-related technologies to youth services, academic libraries, public libraries, and more.

Join us and bring a friend! No need to RSVP but if you’d like to let us know you’re coming, please email Alice.Flynn@liu.edu. Hoping to see you on Wednesday!

Want some new or updated hands-on skills?

Want some new or updated hands-on skills? Take a look at the Palmer spring term courses like Rare Book Cataloging; Intro. to Preservation; and Audio Preservation. How about some experience with archives and handling and managing records, always in demand in the workplace? Archives and Manuscripts is offered online; Records Management in person in Manhattan. Add to that Rare Books and Special Collections Librarianship (offered in person both at Post and in Manhattan) and you have burnished your résumé with some very concrete skills!

Palmer Information Sessions

The world of information calls! Learn about the LIU Palmer School’s master’s degree in Library and Information Science, offered at NYU’s Bobst Library at 70 Washington Square South; at LIU Post in Brookville, Long Island; and in Brentwood, Long Island on the campus of Suffolk County Community College (select classes).

Upcoming sessions:

At Post: see this page for details.

In Manhattan at NYU’s Bobst Library: check this page for upcoming dates.

 Bring a friend and join us!