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Librarian Associate Degree

What Will I Learn When I Earn My Librarian Associate Degree?
Librarians do a lot more than scan books when you check them out, collect late fees, and reshelf those same books when you return them. Courses in a librarian associate degree program may include:
  • Cataloguing
  • Circulation
  • Classification
  • Indexing
  • Internet search methods
  • Library organization and operation
  • Online reference systems
  • Ordering
  • Organization of information
  • Processing of materials
  • Research methods and strategies
  • User services
With further education, you can specialize in a specific area like children's services, reference, or technical services. It's also helpful to work on your computer skills and learn about databases, library automation systems, and online public access systems.

What Careers Can I Get with a Librarian Associate Degree?
An associate degree typically qualifies you to become a library technician or a librarian at some libraries. To become a full librarian at most public, academic, government, and special libraries you need to earn a master's degree in library science. As a library technician, you may help a librarian to acquire, prepare, and organize materials, and help library patrons to find those materials. At a small library you might do a variety of things, and at larger libraries it's more likely you'll specialize in one area. For instance, you might start by working at the circulation desk, then with experience work on storing and verifying information, and finally be given the responsibility for budget and personnel matters, or get put in charge of day-to-day operations of a department or even a small library.

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