Are you a school library media studies professional looking to gain licensure in Vermont or a certified educators seeking recertification and professional development? The UVM Library Media Studies Program can help you take the next step.
Did you know:
Stricter certification rules, federally mandated standards and test scores and the increased role of technology in classrooms and libraries all have led to major changes in the profession.
Over the next decade, almost 70% of school library media specialists across America are expected to leave their jobs, many due to retirement, according the American Library Association.
By 2016, the number of jobs is expected to climb by over 5%, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Be Part of a Growing Field in Education
UVM’s School Library Media Studies will help you:
Learn competencies leading to licensure in the State of Vermont for educators who are already certified.
Receive preliminary evaluation of educational and professional background from the Vermont Agency of Education Licensing Office through transcript review.
If you are interested in introducing elementary, middle school, and high school students to literature and help them locate and select books and other media, the UVM School Library Media Studies program is for you.
Take the first step now! Just fill out the form on the right and we will send you an email with the information you need to get started.