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The University of Wisconsin System School Library Education Consortium (UWSSLEC) is a long-standing cooperation among five University of Wisconsin campuses (Whitewater, Eau Claire, Madison, Oshkosh, Superior). 

We are a collaborative community of faculty and students with hybrid online licensure and degree programs, courses and experiences for teachers seeking to become school library information and technology specialists.

Briefly, permanent faculty from the five institutions teach the courses. You take one hybrid distance course a semester. Each semester, you spend a weekend at the campus offering the course, where you meet your peers from around the state and work together. To find out how it all works, check the tabs to see how to choose your campus and apply for admission. See what technology you need, which courses to take, when they are offered and how to register. Explore it all and see what alumni have said about this program.

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