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Library education--New York (State)
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Anne Woodsworth and Marie L. Radford Collection

  • Fonds
  • 2000-2002

The electronic files included in this collection date from 2000-2002. They were created primarily by Anne Woodsworth, dean of Pratt’s School of Information and Library Science from 1999-2001. Dean Woodsworth’s files were passed to Marie L. Radford, who became acting dean of SILS when Dr. Woodsworth was made Pratt’s acting provost on June 1, 2002. This period of time was a very active one administratively because Pratt Institute was in the midst of the Middle States accreditation process. The documents indicate that a major revision of the SILS core curriculum took place and that Pratt entered a period of strategic planning. Among records included are documents related to the accreditation process; faculty meeting agendas, minutes and updates; statistical reports; reports related to the curriculum; syllabi and course planning documentation. Pertinent subseries, organized alphabetically by subject, have been created to reflect the content covered by the electronic records in this collection

Radford, Marie L.

School of Information records

  • Fonds
  • 1890-2022

The School of Information records, maintained by the administration, document the academic activities of students and administration at Pratt Institute School of Information from 1890 to 2015. This includes administrative correspondence, institutional reports, curricular resources, student statistics, and student works. Also included are faculty works, publications, and general course materials. The School of Information administration also maintained student files that contained records from their attendance in the program in addition to documentation of notable work accomplished in the field after graduating.

Pratt Institute School of Information