UFSCar - UNIVERSIDADE FEDERAL DE SÃO CARLOS Departamento de Ciência da Informação Bacharelado em Biblioteconomia e Ciência da Informação Disciplina: Inglês Instrumental para BCI Graduate School of Library and Information Science University of Illinois | Urbana-ChampaignMarcela BassoliMarcos Teruo OuchiWalison Aparecido Oliveira
State of IllinoisIllinois (il -i- noy ) is the fifth-most populous state of theUnited States of America , and is often noted for being amicrocosm of the entire country.Capital: Springfield• The fifth-most populous state (12.419.293 - 2010).• Area: 149,998 km 2• As the "most average state", Illinois has long had a reputation as a bellwether both in social and cultural terms and politics.• Three US Presidents have been elected while living in Illinois (Abraham Lincoln , Ulysses S. Grant , and Barack Obama).
Champaign CountyFeaturing an extensive park system, a world-classlibrary, urban shopping choices and a variety ofliving accommodations, Champaign offers urbanperks with smaller city comforts.
University of Illinois• is a large public research-intensive university.• is designated as a RU/VH Research University (very high research activities).• The campus library system is one of the largest public academic collections in the world.• It possesses the third-largest university library in the United States (only the collections of Harvard and Yale are larger), and the sixth- largest in the country overall.
University of IllinoisThe university comprises 17 colleges that offermore than 150 programs of study.Academic Staff: 2,971Admin Staff: 8,085Students: 41,495Undergraduate: 31,173Postgraduates: 10,322
Notable faculty and alumniAs of 2007, 21 alumni and faculty members areNobel laureates and 20 have won a PulitzerPrize.In particular, John Bardeen is the only person tohave won two Nobel prizes in physics, havingdone so in 1956 and 1972 while on faculty at theUniversity of Illinois.In 2003, two faculty members won Nobel prizes indifferent disciplines: Paul C. Lauterbur forphysiology or medicine, and Anthony Leggett for
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K-12 School LibrarianshipThe program allows you to meet the requirements for themaster of science (M.S) in library and information science.Also pursuing the courses and training needed for certificationas a "Library Information Specialist" in the state of Illinois.
If you do not have a teaching certificate... M.S./K-12 LIS Certification ProgramAdmission • Bachelors degreeRequirements • 3.0 GPA on 4.0 Scale • Apply to M.S. • Apply to Certification Program after completion of 8 hours • 40 hours of required LIS courses • 4 Education CoursesCoursework • Completion of CoTE Common Assessment Portfolio • 100-hour practicum • 16 weeks of student teachingFieldExperience • Basic Skills Test (required for admission) • Pass the LIS Content Area TestTest • Pass the K-12 Assessment of Professional Teaching Test • Full-time: 5-8 semesters • Part-time: Must be completed within 5 yearsNumber ofSemestersNeeded • LIS courses offered on-campus and via LEEP • Some Education courses offered online; others may be completed at anotherOn- university with prior approvalcampus/LEEP • Earn an M.S. in Library and Information Science • Earn a Type 10 Illinois Teaching Certificate as a K-12 Library InformationOutcomes Specialist
Master of Science DegreeCourseload and limitsThe masters degree program requires 40 hours of graduatestudy, including two core courses:LIS 501: Information Organization and AccessLIS 502: Libraries, Information, and Society.Additionally, each semester, students pursue electives from abroad range of LIS course offerings.
Master of Science DegreeGradesThe Graduate College requires students to maintain a minimumG.P.A. Of 2.75. (0-5)CurriculumOnly six of the 40 hours are required, students can choosefrom a wide range of elective courses to complete theremaining 34 hours.
WorksheetGeneral LibrarianshipGeneral LibrarianshipPublic LibrarianshipChildrens and Young Adult Services/School Librarianship*Academic LibrarianshipInformation Science and Library Technology Technical ClusterLibrary Science Technology ClusterInformation Science Cluster•Areas of FocusManagement and Consulting for Information Systems and ServicesAccess--Collections and UsersCommunity InformaticsLiteracies•Information Science FociDigital LibrariesInformatics
Tuition and Financial Aid• Tuition per semester for full-time, on-campus GSLIS students for 2011-12 is $6,481 for Illinois residents and $11,858 for nonresidents. Additional fees (covering university and general services, health insurance, health service, transportation, etc.) may apply.• GSLIS students are eligible for student loans based on guidelines administered by the UI Office of Student Financial Aid.• Financial support includes graduate assistantships and scholarships.• Awards offered by the School are based on several factors including academic area, merit, and financial need.
Admission RequirementsIn addition to providing copies of official transcripts and lettersof reference, applicants are asked to write two essays, whichare examined by the admissions committee for both contentand writing ability.In addition, GRE scores are required if the applicants gradepoint average was below 3.0 (on a 4.0 scale) in the last twoyears of undergraduate course work.
Admission Requirements - EspecificInternational applicants whose native language is not Englishmust submit evidence of having passed the Test of English asa Foreign Language (TOEFL) with a score of 620 or higher (or260 or higher for the computer-administered version; 104 orhigher [at least a 25 in each section] for the IBT). (TheIntensive English Institute exam may be substituted with ascore indicating comparable English proficiency.) The IELTStest is also accepted with a minimum score of 7 in eachsection. The GSLIS TOEFL code is 90.
PhD - OVERVIEWThe program seeks outstanding students who havedemonstrated the necessary educational background,professional experience, scholarly potential and keeninterest to conduct independent and exemplary research inthe LIS field.Applicants who can demonstrate the intellectual capacity,leadership, communication and analytical skills, potentialto contribute significantly to research and education in LIS,and the enthusiasm to do so at the highest levels are welcometo apply to this doctoral program.The admissions committee, known as the Doctoral Studies Committee(DSC), also considers the fit between an applicants researchinterests and the research directions supported by the School.
Tuition and Financial Aid• GSLIS is usually able to offer support for four years. Support usually takes the form of 50% (20 hrs / week) for teaching assistant, research assistant 50%, and / or scholarships, which are usually attributed to the long haul.• Students are expected to maintain satisfactory academic progress (minimum GPA 3.25 on a 4.0 scale) in order to be eligible for continued support.
Certificate of Advanced Study (C.A.S.)The Certificate of Advanced Study (C.A.S.) in Libraryand Information Science is open to those who hold amasters degree in library and information science.Librarians, information scientists, and others ininformation management enroll in the program torefresh and update their skills, gain greaterspecialization in their professional training, orredirect their careers from one area to another.
ReferênciasGRADUATE SCHOOL OF LIBRARY AND INFORMATION SCIENCE. Programs ofStudy. Disponível em: <http://www.lis.illinois.edu/academics/programs>. Acesso em 20 out. 2011. WIKIPEDIA. Graduate Record Examination. Disponível em: <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/GRE>. Acesso em 12 nov. 2011.ILLINOIS - Legends of the Land of Lincoln. 42KB. Formato JPG. Disponível em: <http://www.legendsofamerica.com>. Acesso em: 10 nov. 2011.UNIVERSITY of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. 790KB. Formato JPG. Disponível em: <http://www.via1.org/wp-content/uploads/2011/01/thequad.jpg>. Acesso em: 10 nov. 2011.