The Simmons College Graduate School of Library and Information Science is pleased to announce a new post-master's certificate in Digital Stewardship.

The Digital Stewardship Certificate (DSC) is a fully online, five-course, post-master's program that imparts the concepts and skills needed to create and manage a sustainable digital repository, library or archive. It prepares graduates to manage digital objects over time through active, ongoing oversight of the total environment (content, technologies, and user expectations).

The DSC can be completed in either three or five semesters. The first course, Digital Stewardship, will be taught by distinguished GSLIS faculty member and DSC Director Ross Harvey in Summer 2012. For more details about the program, or to apply, please see:

Questions? Contact GSLIS Admissions at [log in to unmask] or 617-521-2868. Simmons alumni are eligible for a course discount of 20%. Application deadline is April 10, 2012.

Jennifer Doyle '98LS
Director of GSLIS Curriculum and Communications