Brigham Young University. School of Library and Information Sciences
- Existence: 1976 - 1993
The School of Library and Information Sciences (1976-1993) was a graduate program at Brigham Young University.
The School of Library and Information Sciences was established by Brigham Young University in 1976. Organized with the intent to better train librarians for the university, the school educated students so that they could use their abilities for better efficiency areas such as learning resource centers, instructional media centers, libraries, and information centers. In 1993, the school was closed by the university.
Citation:Its Occasional research paper, no. 1 (ser.) Marchant, M. P. SPSS as a library ... 1977: t.p. (School of Library and Information Sciences, Brigham Young University)
BYU Organizational History Project, via WWW, October 14, 2013 (graduate program at Brigham Young University; established in 1976; previously known as Graduate Department of Library and Information Sciences; organized to better train librarians for the university; under direction of College of Humanities, 1982-1993; educated students to use abilities for better efficiency; learning resource centers; instructional media centers; libraries; information centers; directors, Maurice P. Marchant (1977-1983) and Nathan M. Smith (1983-1988); closed by the university in 1993) https://sites.lib.byu.edu/byuorg/index.php/Brigham_Young_University._School_of_Library_and_Information_Sciences