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Preferred Vendors: Educational Institutions


Institute of American Indian Arts
www.iaia.edu
Institute of American Indian Arts is a Tribal College located in Santa Fe, NM that focuses in the Creative Arts. The college offers Associate and Bachelor degrees in Studio Arts, Museum Studies, Cinematic Arts and Technology, Creative Writing, and Indigenous Liberal Studies and a Masters program in Creative Writing. You can learn more about IAIA by visiting us at www.iaia.edu or calling 1-800-804-6422.

University of Arizona School of Information
www.sirls.arizona.edu/kr
University of Arizona School of Information and Knowledge River, an ALA-accredited program, invites you to share in a unique opportunity to prepare for a career as a librarian or information professional with focus on Latino and Native American community. Knowledge River is an educational experience within the School of Information that focuses on educating information professionals who have experience with and are committed to the information needs of Latino and Native American populations. Knowledge River also fosters understanding of library and information issues from the perspectives of Latino and Native Americans and advocates for culturally sensitive library and information services to these communities. Since its inception, Knowledge River has become the foremost graduate program for training librarians and information specialists with a focus on Latino and Native American cultural issues, graduating over 175 professionals.

University of North Texas Library & Information Sciences
lis.unt.edu
University of North Texas Library & Information Sciences offers specific programs in Archival Studies and Imaging Technology providing the skills needed for production, archival and preservation of records, appraisal, and acquisitions. The program will prepare students to work with digital imaging for archives, museums and libraries. Students will learn the necessary skills to organize information for a wide variety of information formats, resources, systems, and environments. Graduates may be responsible for library cataloging, classification, metadata development and use.

University of Oklahoma School of Library and Information Studies
slis.ou.edu
The University of Oklahoma School of Library and
Information Studies provides a Masters of Library and
Information Studies. The Graduate Program offers
specialized tracks within traditional library settings
and supports the development of skills, knowledge,
and attitudes required in information agencies and
in positions of information management, storage,
organization, access, and use within profit and notfor-
profit institutions. The MLIS degree requires a
minimum of 36 hours of completed coursework.
Many courses are available online or through flexible
scheduling (weekends only, or a mix of in-class and
online).

ATALM 2018 Conference

October 8-11, 2018
Mystic Lake Center
2400 Mystic Lake Boulevard
Prior Lake, MN 55372
952-445-9000