The online Master of Arts in School Library and Information Technology program equips students with the skills and knowledge needed to keep up with technology and information literacy, bringing it into the school and workplace. Individuals learn to work collaboratively with classroom teachers to develop and implement standards-based learning experiences for diverse student populations; learn to select, organize, manage, and promote the use of learning resources in all formats; and learn to instruct students and staff in the critical evaluation, appropriate access, and effective use of information. Graduates are prepared to develop and maintain high quality library media and curricular programs by serving as information and technology specialists, instructional leaders, and collaborative partners in K-12 schools.
- Statement of intent
- Reference form
- Official transcripts verifying bachelor's degree in related area
- 3.0 or greater GPA
- Students below a 3.0 GPA can submit a letter of explanation for consideration
School Accreditation Statement
WASC Senior College and University Commission