902 Library Media Specialist License (With Stipulations)
Becoming a school library media specialist in Wisconsin is a two-stage process. UWSSLEC will prepare you for both stages. The license with stipulations qualifies you as a school librarian for five years.
You must complete the full, renewable 902 license during your first five years with the 902 with Stipulations.
Courses may be as a graduate student in the UWSSLEC distance program, or on campus at UW Eau Claire, Superior, or Whitewater campuses, either as an undergraduate minor or as a special student.
This site describes the UWSSLEC program. Check individual campuses for GPA and portfolio requirements for admission to the practicum and for licensure expectations in on-campus programs.
Competencies for each license are on the DPI website.
902 (with Stipulations) Requirements:
- Hold or be eligible for a teaching license in an area other than school library media services
- 21 credits of coursework plus supervised practicum experiences(3 to 6 credits).
902 Library Media Specialist License (Renewable)
902 (renewable) Requirements:
- Have held an educator license for at least three years
- Have completed the 902 with Stipulations
- Complete a master's degree or the equivalent in an approved program
- Must be completed in full within five years of the 902 with Stipulations license
This license is available through five courses in the UWSSLEC program.
902 (With Stipulations) Courses
|902 (With Stipulations) Courses||Dates: Semester and Weekend||Campus|
|Young Adult Literature||
|Information Literacy||Spring 2014, Jan. 27 - May 15
Weekend: Feb. 15-16 Snow: Feb. 22-23
Summer 2014, June 9 - August 1
Fall 2014, Sept. 3 - Dec. 12
|Finding and Using Information||
Spring 2015, Jan. 25- May 15
|Organizing Information||Summer 2015, May 26-July 8
On-campus: May 30-31
| Spring 2016
|Practicum||TBA: Observe home campus preplanning dates||Home|
902 (Renewable) Courses
|Virtual Libraries||Spring 2014, Jan. 27-May 16
Weekend: Feb. 8-9
|Advanced Design and Production||
|Design of Curriculum for Inquiry||Fall 2014, Sept. 2-Dec. 19
Weekend: Sept. 27-28
Leadership and Administration of Library and Technology Program
|Spring 2015, Jan. 25-May 15
On campus: March 7-8 (snow dates March 14-15), online session March 29
|Information Technology in Schools and Libraries||
Summer 2014, Jun 16-August 8
|Portfolio||TBA: Observe home campus preplanning dates|