General advising questions for graduate degree programs and certificate programs can be directed to: email@example.com. For individual problems or concerns, refer to one of the advisors listed below, or one of our office staff.
- Login with your NetID
- Select your college: Social and Behavioral Sciences
- Select your department: School of Information
- Select "Bruce Fulton: Assistant Professor"
- Choose an open, blue block of time to meet or come in during listed walk-in hours. For distance students, you may also arrange to meet via Skype, Google+ Hangouts or phone.
Note: If you can't meet during scheduled hours, please email to schedule mutually convenient advising hours.
To schedule an appointment with Hong Cui, please email her directly (hongcui at email dot arizona dot edu).
For a complete list of Staff areas of responsibility, visit https://ischool.arizona.edu/staff_duties
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General Advising - Covers Advising Roles, Key People, Resources on Campus
*New* - Updated for Spring 2018 Requirements - Curriculum and Coursework - Covers the Master's in Library and Information Science Curriculum including required, distributed and elective coursework
Distributed electives links:
- Students admitted 2006 - Summer 2015
- Students admitted Fall 2015 - Fall 2017
- Students admitted Spring 2018 and later
Thesis Credit Students may elect to complete a thesis. For thesis guidelines, see https://ischool.arizona.edu/thesis-option. With the prior approval of the director, thesis work, where applicable, may be done in absentia under the direct supervision and guidance of a faculty member.
Academic Progress, Degree Policies - Covers required GPA, C Policy, Leaves of Absence and Withdrawal, other degree policies
Link to all policies page - https://ischool.arizona.edu/policies
Plan of Study - Covers the Plan of Study, Course Worksheet and Completion of Degree requirements
Gradpath FAQ for Students (includes info on the Plan of Study): https://grad.arizona.edu/gsas/gradpath/faq?audience=35
Gradpath Videos (Courtesy of the Optics Department) http://www.optics.arizona.edu/academics/graduate-students/video-resources
Here are two sites you can use to check your degree status:
ePortfolio - Covers the ePortfolio and overview of the reflection requirements
Slides and audio track text
Directions on how to create reflections in Google Docs PDF Download.
ePortfolio Content PDF Download
Google shared link to ePort Track Sheet - Please do not request access to this document, you won't get it. First, log in to your eportfolio folder. Then, click on the link, select File and then and save a copy to your shared Google reflection folder. Then edit the copy in your folder.
Internships - Covers internship requirements including regular internships and the capstone requirement
Introduction to D2L - The online course management / classroom environment
No slides or audio track available.
D2L Navigation Tips and Tricks PDF Download
Course Planning Worksheets - use these Excel worksheets to develop your plan of study for the Master's in Library and Information Science. Note: You must be signed into your UA Google account in order to see and copy the Google Sheet Versions to your UA Google drive. Instructions on how to do that are included in the ePortfolio folder instructions above.
*NEW* For MA students admitted Spring 2018 and after - Excel Format
For MA students admitted Fall 2015 through Fall 2017 - Excel Format | Google Sheets (to edit, save a copy to your ePortfolio folder)
For MA students admitted prior to Fall 2015- Excel Format | Google Sheets (to edit, save a copy to your ePortfolio folder)
For MS students - Excel Format