Have you ever thought about joining the world’s coolest profession:  school library media?  Are you looking to embark on a career that presents a new challenge every day?  How would you like to actually get paid to LEARN something new every day and be on the cutting edge of learning?   How would you like to join the ranks of those who are “unquietly” leaving an indelible mark on education?

If you answer “yes” to any of these questions, then check out the announcement below from the University of Georgia, the alma mater of The Unquiet Librarian and Georgia’s ONLY AASL accredited school library media program!  As a proud graduate of this program, I can assure you that you will receive top-notch preparation should you join this cohort of librarians in training! 

Hello,slmedia@uga.edu to see if space is still
available.
http://www.coe.uga.edu/epit/slm/. Application
requirements and instructions can be found there as
well. Please call us at 706-542-3810 if you have any
questions or write to
slmedia@uga.edu.

We are pleased to announce that we are now accepting
applications for admission into the eighth cohort of
the Flexible Delivery School Library Media Program
(SLM) at the University of Georgia. This program is
open to anyone seeking initial school library media
certification at either the M.Ed. or Ed.S. level;
non-degree certification is available for qualified
candidates. Students accepted into the SLM program
will begin their studies in the fall of 2008.

The program is designed to accommodate working
professionals through a combination of online classes,
evening classes, Saturday classes at the
University of Georgia Gwinnett campus, and summer
sessions. The first application deadline is February
1, 2008, so now is the time to apply.  Note
that the GRE is required. After February 1 please
contact

We have found that media specialists are among the
best marketers for the profession. If you know a
teacher (or anyone with a Bachelor¹s degree) whom you
believe would enjoy the challenges of this exciting,
service-oriented
profession, please encourage them to apply to our
program.

Information about the program can be found online at

Mary Ann Fitzgerald, Ph.D.
University of Georgia
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