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Are you interested in all the learning above, wish you had something more formalized, yet you don't think a masters is right for you? The Library (and) Information Technology diplomas below might be the right fit!
Study the tools of the information trade–and how to use them–with courses in public services and programming, information technology, social justice and ethics, organization of information, and records management.
You’ll develop the skills necessary for this industry with a combination of library and information management-specific courses. In addition, you will take courses such as Sociology, Psychology, and English to help develop the wide range of knowledge needed for success in this human service-based career. A practicum at the end of the second year will help solidify classroom learning and allow you to make valuable contacts in the field.
Organize, manage and access information as a library technician, information specialist or records management technician through this extensive program covering cataloguing, classification, public relations, web design and more.
Library Information Technology students gain proficiency in every area of library operations, from database searching, library network technology, cataloguing and classification to public relations, web design and records management. In addition, students participate in two practicum placements in their last semester, which allows for choosing two different areas of interest to explore before entering the workforce upon graduation.