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Library Information Specialist (PK - Grade 12)


Master’s degree and licensure requirements are completed simultaneously, which offers expanded career opportunities in public and school environments.  Courses are taught by the diverse, nationally recognized, innovative teachers and researchers who consistently earn the #1 iSchool ranking among graduate schools of Library and Information Science.

The iSchool offers flexibility through core coursework regularly scheduled year-round on-campus or synchronous online, which allows engagement with peers and faculty in real-time face to face or virtual classrooms.  Session times are scheduled with working professionals in mind.

Program outcomes prepare graduates to understand relationships among people, information, and technology, apply analytical skills and foundational concepts, theories, and principles to problems of information organization and access, empower youth as learners, creators, and knowledge experts, build community and instructional partnerships, and integrate digital tools to support transformational learning.

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The program includes a minimum of 10 weeks of full-time pre-service clinical experience, or its equivalent. The program provides supervision and support services to the teacher. 



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Program and placement coordinator:      Lauren Ochs