The school library is often the nerve center of student learning, especially in schools committed to 21st century, student-centered, hands-on education. The school library/media specialist collaborates with all teachers as well as off-site resources in leading students through independent research, guided learning and literary appreciation at all levels.
Within two years, you can develop the skills to organize library collections, design instructional strategies that promote student achievement and foster a love of reading and independent learning.
We offer three options: two for classroom teachers who are already certified and one for candidates who are not yet certified.
- Certified Classroom Teacher Candidates with a Master’s Degree (Option 1)
- Candidates with a Master’s Degree in Library/Information Science (Option 2)
- Certified Classroom Teacher Candidates with a Bachelor’s Degree (Option 3)
Registration information can be found by contacting UD’s Professional and Continuing Studies.
For more information on the School Library Media program please contact:
Sue Gooden, MLS
Coordinator, School Library Media
UD’s Alternative Routes to Certification