Dalhousie University School of Library and Information Studies
By Norman Horrocks
|1969||School of Library Service was created and was located administratively in the Faculty of Graduate Studies.
|1971||The first Master of Library Service (MLS) degree was awarded.|
|1973||MLS program was accredited by the American Library Association retroactive to 1971.
|1975||The school became affiliated with the newly formed Faculty of Administrative Studies.
|1984||The Faculty of Administrative Studies was superseded by the Faculty of Management Studies (later known as the Faculty of Management).
|1985-87||The School implemented its revised curriculum.
|1986||Change of name to School of Library and Information Studies and of degree to Master of Library and Information Studies (MLIS).
|1987||First MLIS degree was awarded.
|1991||Joint MLIS/LLB degree program was offered.|
|1998||Joint MLIS/MPA and MLIS/MBA degree programs offered.|
|1998||MLIS program reaccredited by American Library Association. Next visit scheduled for 2005.|
|2001||Joint MLIS/MPA and MLIS/MBA degree programs offered.|
|1969 - 1970||Louis G. Vagianos|
|1970 - February 1972||J. Clement Harrison|
|March 1972 - 1986||Norman Horrocks|
|1986 - 1994||Mary Dykstra (Lynch)|
|1994 - 1995||Louis G. Vagianos|
|1995 - 2002||Bertrum H. MacDonald|
|2003 -||Fiona A. Black|
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