The following are resources I found to be helpful in library school:
- APA Style Guidelines: Purdue Online Writing Lab’s guide to writing papers in APA format.
- ALA’s The Freedom to Read Statement
- Jing: screencast software for all the screencasts you’ll create during your MLIS.
- Medical Librarianship Weblogs
- OCLC’s Guide to Bibliographic Formats and Standards: useful for cataloging courses.
- Rate My Professors: a database of prof ratings.
- RUSA’s Guidelines for Behavioral Performance of Reference and Information Service Providers
- Screen-o-Matic: free screencasting software.
- SJSU MLIS Yahoo Group: a group dedicated to the SJSU SLIS program; a place to ask questions about the program; great database with prof ratings!
- SoCal SJSU MLIS e-Portfolio Support Group: a Facebook group
that provides information and support during the e-Portfolio, LIBR 289, experience.
- UC Berkeley’s Evaluating Web Pages: a guide to evaluating information online.
- Vancouver Style: a guide to writing papers in Vancouver Style; used in medical librarianship courses.
- W3C Schools: if you’re specializing web technology, this site is a great resource for web programming.