This is the info I got about courses over the web at Mansfield.
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>Date: Mon, 01 May 2000 08:34:21 -0400
>To: [log in to unmask] (Jules Austin Hojnowski)
>From: Graduate Applications <[log in to unmask]>
>Subject: MED., SCHOOL LIBRARY AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES
>Dear Jules Hojnowski:
>Thank you for your interest in Mansfield University's Master of Education
>in School Library and Information Technologies.
>We are excited about this program which the Pennsylvania School Librarians'
>Association suggested Mansfield University offer. Currently, librarians
>from some of the state's most highly recognized school libraries are
>developing the courses. The program will consist of ten courses which will
>all be delivered over the web, so you never need to come to campus for
>class! Three courses, Electronic Delivery Systems, Collection Management,
>and Library Advocacy will be offered in the fall semester 2000.
>We expect that most students in the program will be certified school
>teachers who wish to add school librarianship to their certificate. Anyone
>who is not currently a certified teacher would likely need additional
>coursework in order to earn certification.
>For additional information and application, please refer to our web page at
>www3.mnsfld.edu/graduate/library/master.htm. If we can be of further
>assistance to you, please feel free to contact our office at 1-800-577-6826.
>Brian D. Barden
>Director of Admissions/