School librarians must add value to a school and contribute directly to the school’s goals and priorities. CU Denver’s School Library program is a nationally recognized NCATE-AASL Revised & Approved School Library Media Education program that leads to Colorado State endorsement for school librarians. The degree will prepare you with the information-technology, pedagogy, and leadership skills you need to help students and teaching colleagues succeed and adapt to the demands of today’s world of information and technology.
In your courses, you will learn about integrating information and learning strategies, school library management, collection development, collaborative planning, learning technologies, and instructional leadership. You will experience resource-based learning that is immediately applicable to your work. You will complete the program with a portfolio of your work and practical ideas for your library. The portfolio, published on the Web, offers you the opportunity to bring your many projects and products together in an attractive way for prospective employers.
Our fully online program fits your schedule and your lifestyle. Courses are taught by real school librarians with real school library and leadership experience. Award-winning faculty teaching in the CU Denver School Library and Instructional Leadership program is committed to offering classes that serve the needs of today's graduate student.
To complete the School Library program, you will need reliable high-speed Internet access from home. Faculty and students use web-based applications like
Instructure Canvas to complete coursework. For more information, visit CU Online's technical requirements page.
For additional information, contact the Office of Continuing and Professional Education at firstname.lastname@example.org or 303-315-4985.