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The non-degree program leading to licensure as a library media specialist is a twenty-four (24) credit hour program. Applicants to the program must hold a master’s degree, licensure as a teacher and meet the requirements for admission to the program in Library Media and Information Specialist.
The program consists of the following courses:
- LMIS 6013 Management and Evaluation of Media Programs
- LMIS 6023 Information Access
- LMIS 6033 Collection Management and Development
- LMIS 6043 Integration of Library Resources into the Curriculum
- LMIS 6053 Instructional Design and Production
- LMIS 6073 Introduction to Librarianship
- LMIS 6083 Library Materials for Children and Young Adults
- LMIS 6203 Practicum in K-12 Library Media
- Candidates engage in scholarly research activities such as action research or program evaluation to solve authentic problems. Teachers seek advice of others and draw on education research and scholarship to improve their practice.
- Candidates model leadership and communication strategies that promote valuing diversity throughout the community. Teachers recognize individual differences in their students and adjust their practice accordingly.
- Candidates design and modify instruction and the learning environment based on assessment of student learning and behavior. Teachers are responsible for managing and monitoring student learning.
- Candidates employ technologies including communications, productivity and presentation applications to enhance their collaborations. Teachers regularly assess student progress.
- Candidates design and modify instruction and the learning environment based on assessment of student learning and behavior. Teachers command specialized knowledge of how to convey a subject to students.
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