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LS 5333: School Library Media Center

Course Facilitator: Judi Moreillon, Ph.D.                        Graduate Assistant: Liz Sikes

School of Library and Information Studies                                                   Email:  ksikes@twu.edu

Texas Woman's University                                                                        Meebo Me: Lizenlair 

Denton, Texas



From the sidebar, students can link to our four learning modules.

Students can access their coursework (on this wiki) from within our Blackboard course management tool as well. 



Introduction to Modules


The four links in the navigation sidebar connect to our course modules.The modules are located outside of Blackboard (BB) to ensure that students are able to access their assignments even if BB is slow or down.


There are four modules; each covers four weeks of material. Each module is numbered and assignments and resources are numbered according to the module in which they are due. For example, the first online discussion is O.D.1.1. This means it's in the first module, in the first week. Similarly, the first assignment, your educational philosophy A.1.3, is due in the third week of the first module.


Each module has an overarching topic:


Module 1 The Nature of School Library Administration: An Overview


Module 2 Teaching and Learning through the School Library Media Center Program


Module 3 People, Organizations, and Advocating for the School LibraryMedia Center Program


Module 4 - The Nuts and Bolts of School Library Administration


Each week’s module listing includes the topic under investigation, a focusing question (or two), readings, and assignments. There are links embedded in the module documents. Clicking on these links will lead you to the required readings/resources, assignments, and rubrics.


At the top of each module, you will find the readings and resource titles and the codes (abbreviations) used within all the modules to reference each resource.


Link to LS5333 Sample Student Wiki


Graded Assignments


Download this Assignment Tool Tracking Sheet  and use it to keep track of your progress in the course. (.doc)


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