Online Course Schedule
Below is a list of Salem State Online’s undergraduate and graduate courses. Please locate the course or courses you wish to take and make note of the class number, catalog number, and section number. You can register for Salem State Online courses using the Navigator student portal.
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Winter/Spring 2017 Online Courses
|Graduate Online Course Details|
|Title||Information Literacy and the School Curriculum|
|Winter/Spring 2017 Classes|
|S1||2012||1/17/17 - 5/8/17||TBA||TBA||Online||Mia Morgan|
This course focuses on the structure and design of school library media programs and examines instructional design practices, information literacy models, curriculum standards and current trends in technology. Collaboration with subject-area teachers to fully integrate information literacy skills into the curriculum is emphasized. This course incorporates a 25 hour field observation experience for the prospective library teacher. The observation experiences are designed to prepare the student for the upcoming practicum.
This class has minimum technical requirements.