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Library Professional Collection: Library Science Education Programs

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Library Science Programs

ALA Accredited Master's programs in library science/information science are offered in our region at

Students must apply directly to the university offering the program of study desired. The University of Texas at El Paso Library does not act in any way as an intermediary.

The UTEP Library is glad to offer opportunities for students to do their required practicums or capstone projects when possible. These are generally arranged by the student in conjunction with the professor and the responsible librarian. Most practicums are done in Technical Services (Nancy Hill, nhill@utep.edu) or Special Collections (Claudia Rivers, crivers@utep.edu )

 

UTEP Assistance to Library Science Students

The UTEP Library provides

  • Access to library tools such as the Library of Congress Subject Headings and Classification, Anglo-American Cataloging Rules, 2nd ed. Rev., Dewey Decimal Classification, and other titles. Upon request, these materials will be placed on Reserve at the Access Services Desk.
  • Access to Library Science databases for users in the Library building. (If you are a UTEP student or staff member, you can access databases from off campus.)
  • Advice and assistance from librarians, some of whom have completed online degrees from the University of North Texas.  Contact Nancy Hill (nhill@utep.edu) or Joy Urbina (jurbina4@utep.edu) for further information.

Border Regional Library Association

The Border Regional Library Association is a good place to start networking with local librarians. The BRLA offers a competitive scholarship for library science students. http:///www.brla.info

The BRLA Graduate Student Interest Group has a very helpful web page at http://brlastudent.weebly.com

 

 

 

 

Library Technician Program

Doña Ana Community College offers Associate's Degree and teacher certification programs in Library Science. The AA is appropriate for those who plan to work as library technicians. For more information, see http://dabcc.nmsu.edu/Programs/ls.asp

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