Does your library employer require continuing education credits?

Are you interested in building professional credentials to enhance your professional position at your library?

Increasingly libraries are expanding the roles and responsibilities for staff in their organizations. NKU's Library Career Development courses will provide individuals seeking occupational advancement in the library science field with the necessary credentials to be vital members of 21st century libraries. Cutting edge trends in library technology, new programming initiatives, and best practices overviews will be highlighted. Completion of each course will earn NKU continuing education units (CEU's).

Coursework is completely online, so that you will be able to interact with the instructor and fellow students from your own desktop!

NKU is a provider of courses for American Library Association's Library Support Staff Certificate (LSSC) Program. These courses are all provided in an online facilitated format which facilitates completion of the Certificate program. Whether you are interested in these ALA LSSC courses are other more specialized workshops offered by NKU, you will always earn CEU credentials to support your own career advancement.

Coming soon: On-demand classes that you can complete in one or two days. Start anytime that fits your schedule. Each 10 hours of class time is equal to 1 CEU. Check back often for these new offerings!

To find out more about NKU's Professional Development for Library Science or to see the upcoming course schedules, please click here.

NKU Bachelor of Science in Library Informatics

In our knowledge based society, knowing how to manage all the information in all its formats is a valuable, marketable skill. Consider obtaining your Bachelor Degree in Library Informatics at NKU. You will be able to present to potential employers a sophisticated skill set for organizing, accessing, and assessing information sources.

The Bachelor of Science in Library Informatics program is totally delivered in an online format. To find out more about NKU's online Bachelor's Degree in Library Informatics, please click here.

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