Instructional Technology: School Librarian Concentration

U.S. News and World Report 2018Degree: Master of Science in Education
Program: Instructional Technology
Degree Level: Graduate
Credit Hours: 36 credit hours
Delivery Format: Online
Prerequisites: Bachelor’s degree

The online master’s program in Instructional Technology offers a School Librarian concentration that helps school librarians develop technological expertise for their school or district. This concentration leads to a School Librarian endorsement, which has received national recognition from the American Library American Association of School Librarians logoAssociation/American Association of School Librarians (ALA/AASL) and the Council on the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP).

National recognition signifies that UNK’s School Librarian 
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endorsement program has fully met all five prescribed ALA/AASL standards for initial preparation of school librarians. The five standards include: teaching for learning, literacy and reading, information and knowledge, advocacy and leadership, and program management.

The Instructional Technology program offers additional concentration areas to help you customize the degree to your professional needs.

Required and Elective Courses

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Program Overview

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How do I get started?

1. Request information 
about the program to learn more. 

2. Apply to the program.

3. Contact UNK eCampus with any questions:

University of Nebraska at Kearney - eCampus
Phone: 308-865-8927

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