"Trevecca's MLIS Program
revitalized me as an educator!"

Cami Townsel

Being a librarian today is about so much more than assisting students with borrowing books. As a modern librarian, you play many roles: research specialist, literacy coach, and instructional design and technology specialist, just to name a few! You will also have the privilege of collaborating with teachers so that all students have the opportunity to learn these important skills.

The main focus of this program is to prepare classroom teachers to become leaders as technology, instruction, and information specialists in school libraries. The degree is also appropriate for individuals who desire to work in other types of libraries that emphasize services to children and young adults.

Trevecca's Master of Library and Information Science is distinctive because it not only provides an endorsement as a school librarian to an existing teaching license, but it is also a full degree in library and information science nationally recognized by the American Association of School Librarians and the Council for Accreditation of Educator Preparation (formerly NCATE).

  • Completion of this program should enable graduates to:
  • Use a variety of technologies in the library and classroom settings
  • Provide professional development in instructional design
  • Share professional and ethical issues related to library services
  • Select resources appropriate to library users
  • Develop and organize the resources for a library
  • Be a leader in the learning community

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