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Facilitated Learning specialization in Master of Library and Information Science

The Facilitated Learning Specialization addresses the emergence of professional library positions that emphasize designing and facilitating learning experiences. It combines traditional aspects of librarianship with the ability to design and facilitate connected-learning experiences in information institutions using emerging technologies. It employs theories, methods, and practices of learning design, technology, and management to prepare graduates for leadership positions in facilitated learning.

Degree Requirements (39 credit hours)

The specialization will appear on your transcript.

See the Advising Handbook for more information and a specialization checklist.

Foundations (18 cr.)

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Specialization Core (9 cr.)

Specialization Elective (9 cr.)