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Preferred Vendors: Educational Institutions

Institute of American Indian Arts
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 or calling 1-800-804-6422.

National Museum of the American Indian NK360°
Stop by to learn more about the National Museum of the American Indian's (NMAI) educational offerings and our national educational initiative Native Knowledge 360° (including internships) as well as other programs.

School of Information (iSchool) University of Arizona
As Arizona’s only iSchool, this is where we explore the intersections of people, data, and technology, empowering a diverse, equitable, and inclusive future through information. We are also home to the renowned Knowledge River program. Since its inception in 2001 by a committee of UA Faculty and professional librarians, the Knowledge River program (KR) has worked to recruit and promote Latino and Native American graduate students into the information profession and the field of librarianship in particular.

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign,School of Information Sciences
The School of Information Sciences at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (iSchool at Illinois) is the home to the #1 ranked MS in Library and Information Science, which can be completed online or on-campus.

University of Oklahoma Extended Campus
OU's Extended Campus offers a 100% online Master of Art in Museum Studies. Learn more about curation, collections, archiving, and exhibit development taught by faculty across the nation. Get a degree that matters from a large public research institution and graduate Sooner than you think! Call 405-325-3266 for more information.

University of Oklahoma School of Library and Information Studies
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

San Jose State University iSchool
Customize your educational experience to fit your interests and career objectives at the SJSU iSchool. Programs include: Master of Informatics, Master of Library and Information Science, Teacher Librarian, Master of Archives and Records Administration, Post-Master's Certificate in Library and Information Science, iSchool Open Classes, and MOOCs.