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Library Technician

What will I learn?

You will learn a series of key library functions, including collection management (selecting and acquiring materials), cataloging basics for Dewey and Library of Congress, processing and repairing library materials, circulating and shelving materials, helping patrons with reference, resource-sharing services, and managing a small library or media center.
You will also acquire the non-technical skills needed to be a successful library technician, such as customer service, listening, speaking, writing, attention to detail, and working as a member of a team. 

Degree requirements – Associate of Applied Science 
Total credits: 60

General education – 33 credits
Core curriculum – 18 credits
Electives – 9 credits

Degree & Certificate Options for Library Technician

Program Information

Location
Pueblo Campus, Fremont Campus, Southwest, Online
Pathway
Education
Awards
Certificate, AAS
Course Availability
Online
Program Start
Every Semester
Program Length
6 Semesters

Contact

Jeffrey Kenney
719-549-3253
Jeffrey.Kenney@pueblocc.edu