If you love books and libraries and would like a career in school and public libraries, the Library Operations (LO) program is for you. The Library Operations Certificate of Achievement will prepare you for the challenges you will face in your new career.
Ten courses are needed to complete the Library Operations Certificate of Achievement - consisting of seven mandatory courses and three (3) elective courses.
Careers: Library Assistant | Library Technician
|COURSE NAME||COURSE CODE||OFFERED|
|Computer Fundamentals||COMP-220||Classroom, Blended, Online|
|Introduction to Libraries||LIBR-200||Online
|Library Information Services I||LIBR-235||Online|
|Integrated Library Technology||LIBR-251||Online|
|Information Management Administration||MMGT-350||Classroom or Online|
|Electives (choose 3)|
|Collection Development for Adults||LIBR-260||Online|
|Services for Children & Young Adults||LIBR-315||Online|
|Library Information Services II||LIBR-335||Online|
|Storytelling||LIBR-330||Classroom or Online|
|Library and Information Technology - Project I||LIBR-349||Online|
|Library and Information Technology - Project II||LIBR-399||Online|
|Fundamentals of Information and Records Management||MGMT-244||Classroom or Online|
Formal application is not necessary for the Library Operations distance education program. Simply register on a course-by-course basis, and then apply for your certificate upon completion of the course requirements.
All courses are offered via Distance Education. Please click on individual courses for details and registration options.
Many of the LO courses can be used towards the Library Information Technology Diploma.
You will have five (5) years to complete this certificate of achievement (or certificate of completion).
School of Information and Communications Technologies