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Antioch University Seattle School Library Certification Program: LIBM 6025

EDU 602 LIBM Program and Collection Management is a required course in the school library endorsement program of Antioch University Seattle

About EDU 6020 LIBM

LIBM 6025 Organization and Collection Management is one of seven courses required for teachers and non-certificated school librarians to earn Washington state school library certification through Antioch University Seattle (AUS). It is a 3-quarter credit, completely online graduate course which can be applied toward completion of a Masters of Arts in Education. 

Course Description: Using standard evaluation tools, candidates assess and strategically plan a school library program to enhance student learning. They also collaboratively assess and select both physical and virtual resources to support the diverse needs of students and the school’s curriculum. Digital vs. print, equitable access, in-school use of personal computing devices, and budgeting are some of the topics explored.

Click here for details about the K-12 Library Media Endorsement program at AUS.

Jennifer LaGarde's Collection Management Infographic

From Jennifer LaGarde's Library Girl Blog of 4/14/13. Read the blog.

Collection Management of Print & Digital Resources

Ruth Bader Ginsberg

“Fight for the things that you care about, but do it in a way that will lead others to join you." 

Ruth Bader Ginsberg

Required Text

Although this text is available as an ebook in EBSCOhost's eBook Academic Collectionstudents are encouraged to purchase their own copy for this course.

Recommended and Referenced Books

Most of these titles are available as ebooks in EBSCOhost's eBook Academic Collection which is one of the library databases provided to all AUS students.