Rachel Price will be presenting at the University of Washington iSchool as a part of the ASIS&T Speaker series. An iSchool alum herself, she will be speaking to current graduate students on how to transition a master’s in library and information science degree into a career in information architecture. For more details, see the ASIS&T Facebook page.
The talk will be April 11, 2016 from 12-1:30 in Mary Gates Hall, Room 258 on the University of Washington campus.
From the announcement:
“There is a natural fit for MLIS students in the field of Information Architecture, but it can be hard to decipher exactly what that fit is. Rachel… will explain how she translated her MLIS studies into a role as a user researcher and information architect and transitioned from grad student to professional by leveraging hard and soft skills from the degree and by becoming immersed in Seattle’s vibrant information architecture community.”