Interested in the critically important world of information? Take a Palmer class!

The world of information is increasingly complicated and ever-expanding, and librarians and archivists are the managers of that world. See what we mean and take a class with us. Spring term is underway but summer isn’t far off. Picture a class in Arts Librarianship, led by an arts librarian from the Frick Museum and Library who takes you touring fantastic NYC arts libraries; sign up early for Copyright and Library Law, taught by one of the preeminent experts in the field and proclaimed by everyone who has taken it to be one of the best classes ever; find out what all the buzz is about The Graphic Novel (!), a hot topic and vitally relevant medium, taught by a Palmer favorite; and spend time in a special collection library learning about Rare Book Reference and Instruction, taught by the reference librarian. And those are just a few of Palmer’s summer classes!

Check back here in early March to see our schedule of summer and fall classes, including not only in-person but also online courses related to school librarianship, archives, reference, technology, and all of the current topics information managers (aka librarians) are involved with today.

Questions? Please contact Alice.Flynn@liu.edu in Manhattan; for LIU Post and Brentwood, please email Amy.Ingrilli@liu.edu; see this page for details on information sessions at Post; and for NYU’s Bobst Library: check this page.

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 information on our upcoming sessions.

 Bring a friend and join us!