Online M.S.Ed. in Instructional Technology
Library Information Specialist Endorsement
Technology is changing – and changing us – constantly, requiring every industry to adjust, adapt and evolve. That includes libraries, which continue to remain vital and thriving, hard-cover books and all. If you already hold an Illinois Professional Educator License, and see your next chapter set in a library, “check out” our fully online M.S.Ed. in Instructional Technology degree with a Library Information Specialist endorsement. Your preparation will enable you to succeed and lead in keeping libraries crucial in our society while advancing your core knowledge and skills in educational technology.
- You must hold a baccalaureate degree (or higher) and an Illinois Professional Educator License.
- All application materials (application, letters of recommendation, statement of purpose, transcripts) must be uploaded through CollegeNet. Create your own account to get started.
- ETT 504 Cataloging and Classification (3)
- ETT 508 Reference Theory and Practice (3)
- ETT 510 Instructional Media and Technology (3)
- ETT 511 Advanced Media Design (3) or ETT 531 Visual Literacy (3)
- ETR 520 Introduction to Educational Research (3)
- ETT 523 Media for Young Adults (3)
- ETT 527 Library Materials for Children (3)
- ETT 530 IT Tools or other approved production course (1-3)
- ETT 533 School Library Media Centers (3)
- ETT 542 Information Access and Social
- Responsibilities for Library Information Specialists (3)
- ETT 569 Practicum: Instructional Design (3) or ETT 586 Internship (6)
Successful completion of the LIS Content Exam