Library, Technology, and Information Studies Minor

The minor is granted upon the completion of five courses, or 15 credits, with at least three courses (nine credits) coming from Educational Studies and Teacher Preparation department offerings. Although there are no courses required to be granted the minor, students can consult with the Program Coordinator in choosing a focus in one of two general subject areas: Library and Information Studies and Alternate & Informal Learning Environments.

Educational Technologies and Teacher Preparation Department Courses

EDTC 4304Imagining Libraries in the 21st Century3
EDTC 4305Copyright, Censorship, and Information Control3
EDTC 4312Expanding Education through Informal Learning Environments3
EDTC 4313Online Training for Lifelong Learning3
EDTC 4314Literacies Across History and Cultures3
EDTC 4315Technologies for Building Online Learning Engagement3
EDTC 4316Informal Learning Environments (ILE) Practicum3
EDTC 4317AI in Teaching & Learning3

Communication and English Department Courses 

COMM 3233Information Technologies: Economics, Law, and Policy3
COMM 4330Misinformation in Digital Media3
ENGL 1360Book Histories and Futures: Literature in Times of Media Change3
ENGL 3073Literature for Young Adults3