University Master's Degree in School Library and Reading Promotion

Do you like children's books? Do you consider school libraries a key feature of today's education centres? Are you interested in the promotion of reading? This master's degree is all you need!

Content Official Master's Degree in School Library and Reading Promotion

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Study guides

Course begins on

13/09/2023

Teaching timetable

The master's degree commences on 2 october 2013 and ends on 18 June 2014.

Classes will take place on Mondays and Wednesdays from 5:30 pm to 8:30 pm from October to April.

The Practicum module is in the third term, and involves 100 hours spent in a school library or public library, as required. Students who already have library training or experience or who can accredit previous involvement in reading promotion can have up to 9 credits validated and their course and practicums syllabus will take this into account.

Study plan structure

 

 

Type Credits
Compulsory 33
Optional 12
Master Thesis 6
External Practicum 9
TOTAL 60

 

 

 

 

Subject Credits Type
Childrens and Youth Books 6 OB
Instruments for Access and Cultural Diffusion 6 OB
Master's Dissertation 6 OB
Reading Plans 6 OB
School Libraries 9 OB
Social Habits and Promotion of Reading 6 OB
Work Experience 9 OB
Digital Media and School Libraries 6 OT*
Form and Aspects of Childrens and Youth Literature 6 OT*
Processing Information and Documentation 6 OT*
Psychopedagogical Aspects of Educational Intervention 6 OT*
Digital Media and School Libraries 6 OT**
Form and Aspects of Childrens and Youth Literature 6 OT**
Processing Information and Documentation 6 OT**
Psychopedagogical Aspects of Educational Intervention 6 OT**

* Optional, you must take 6 credits in the first half
** Optional, you must take 6 credits in the second half

 

OB: Compulsory
OT: Optional

 

Additional information about the study plan