The FSU School of Information's School Librarian Leadership certificate prepares school librarians to be leaders by strengthening your skills in technology integration, instructional collaboration, and information leadership. This certificate is specifically designed to develop leadership, analytical, and reflective skills that will facilitate your success in professional practice. The courses are constructed to help you positively impact learning; collaborate with educators to effectively use library resources tailored to the learning needs of learners, and effectively select and integrate various technologies into the instructional program of the school. Note: This academic certificate is not the Florida Educational Media Specialist certification.
School Librarian Leadership, Graduate Certificate
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