21st Century Teacher-Librarians Envision & Empower Life-long Learning
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The role of the librarian has changed. As “information scientists” and “knowledge managers”, librarians know what the information age truly means. They have become the needed information mentor. Join this exciting profession by earning your MA through the School Library Program at University of Colorado Denver. The redesigned program allows you to earn the masters with 30 hours of credit in an online format. Join a cohort now.
Welcome! This is an online social community that we are creating as we go. I'm excited that we have a space that will keep growing as our teacher-librarian network grow. Start a blog, ask questions in the Forum related to your courses or your day-to-day library life, or add some fun pictures. :) An Events list has also just been added to notify you of upcoming workshops and conferences. While our Ning is open to the public, visitors can only see the first page and members still have to be approved by our Ning administrators. For more information, please contact Dr. Brent Wilson at: firstname.lastname@example.org or or Professor David Sanger at email@example.com.
The Common Core State Standards offer opportunities for librarians. It is up to us to prove how valuable we are in this work. There are a couple of resources that I believe will make this work easier. Check out:
--The latest edition of School Library Journal.
--Another site I have found useful is edutopia's…Continue
Posted by David Sanger on August 5, 2013 at 10:17pm
If you know someone considering a degree in schools libraries, have them check out the program here at University of Colorado Denver. Participants earn a masters degree in only 30 semester hours, and are fully prepared to lead a modern school library. Shown below is the course list., and here is a link to additional information on the…Continue
Posted by David Sanger on July 11, 2013 at 2:50pm