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Library Media - Summer Sessions

Program Overview
Admission Procedures
Curriculum
Faculty and Staff
Tuition and Fees

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Program Overview

The summer session courses are offered in an intensive format at the CWU Ellensburg campus. Pairs of courses are offered in two, two-week sessions, meaning that you can complete four courses (12 credits) in just four weeks! 

LME Summer Session Program Brochure

LME Summer Session FAQs

Admission Procedures

Note - Official transcripts are not needed for the LME program unless you are seeking to substitute hours.  For more information about substitutions, contact Leona Lindvig at lindvigl@cwu.edu.

Step 1: Complete the Reservation Form. This form provides us with more information about you; upon completion of the form you will receive an email from the Department Secretary containing additional information about the program. 

Step 2Complete Page One only of the Endorsement-Only Program application. This application activates you as a student who is pursuing an endorsement to your teaching certificate. There is a $40 fee paid to the "CWU Certification Office" for the endorsement credit evaluation.

Step 3: Complete the CWU Summer Session application. This application is released in May each year for the upcoming summer. Keep your eye out for it at CWU Summer Session

Curriculum 

First-Summer courses: EDLM 410, EDLM 426, EDLM 436, and EDLM 448
Second-Summer courses: EDLM 416, EDLM 458, EDLM 468, and EDLM 478.
The 2-credit Practicum is completed during the academic year between the two summers. 

FIRST SUMMER STUDENTSCourse Offerings
 July 7-18, 2014
EDLM 410/510 Introduction to Library Media Issues
Provides an introduction to relevant issues related to library media studies; including diversity, legal issues, curriculum development, library roles, connectivity issues, technology and instruction. 
 
Monday-Friday
9:00am-Noon

EDLM 448/458 Collection Development/Library Media
Principles of developing a school learning resources collection, including both print and non-print materials. Topics to be included are development of a materials selection policy, intellectual freedom issues, selection tools, and appropriate tools and strategies in the selection process.

Monday-Friday
1:00pm-4:00pm
 July 21-Aug. 1, 2014

EDLM 436/536 Survey of Children's and Young Adult Literature
Considers the field of children's and young adult literature; literary genres, major literary awards, leading representative authors, historical and recent trends. Includes topics of cultural diversity and reading promotion. 

Monday-Friday
9:00am-Noon

EDLM 426/526 Instructional Methods in the Library
Apply instructional strategies in teaching information literacy skills and motivating students to read. Explore collaborative learning techniques which will integrate information literacy skills into the standards based curriculum.  

Monday-Friday
1:00pm-4:00pm
  
SECOND SUMMER STUDENTSCourse Offerings
 July 7-18, 2014

EDLM 416/516 Application of Technology Resources
This course provides an introduction to technology tools, processes, and web applications that support information literacy. Web 2.0 and other collaboration tools will be explored. Projects will be developed to explore the application of these technologies. 

Monday-Friday
9:00am-Noon

EDLM 478/578 Administration of Library Media Programs
Develops competency in administering materials, equipment and services of library media programs as integral part of the school. Focus on leadership, personnel, budgets, facility planning, state and national standards in planning, evaluation and program development. 

Monday-Friday
1:00pm-4:00pm
 July 21-Aug. 1, 2014

EDLM 468/568 Research and Information Fluency 
Reference tools, information sources, search strategies, research models and evaluative techniques will be explored as tools to enable students to be more information literate. 

Monday-Friday
9:00am-Noon

EDLM 458/558 Cataloging and Classification for Library Media
Cataloging and classification of library media materials with an emphasis on MARC records. Includes Dewey Decimal classification system, authorized subject headings, and assigning MARC tags using original and copy cataloging of book and non-print items.

Monday-Friday
1:00pm-4:00pm

Note: This information is also available in the Summer Session brochure

Faculty and Staff

Leona Lindvig, MLIS
Library Media Specialist, Practicum Supervisor
509-963-1676
lindvigl@cwu.edu 

Cathie Day
Assistant Library Media Specialist

Carol Miller
Instructor, Summer Session and Online

Gary Simundson
Instructor, Summer Session and Online

Kay Jorgenson
Instructor, Online

Trish Henry
Instructor, Summer Session

Toni Hobbs
Instructor, Summer Session

Deborah Gallaher
Instructor Summer Session

Jeremy Wintringer
Secretary Senior
509-963-1751
wintringej@cwu.edu

 

Tuition and Fees

The Library Media Endorsement program is offered either online (year-round) or in person (summer only).  For information about tuition and fees, please contact the CWU Registrar's Office at 509-963-3001 or reg@cwu.edu.