Library Media

Welcome to the Library Media Hub where you can access high-quality, peer-reviewed teaching resources aligned to the Utah Library Media standards.

About Hub

The library is central to the school community in the process of developing students who are literate users of technology. Highly-qualified teacher librarians, working in conjunction with content-area teachers, provide instruction for students that develops their ability to find and use information to support their academic learning and personal development. The Utah Standards for Library Media were created by librarians in schools to demonstrate the integration of information literacy skills across all curricular areas.

The Library Media Standards are divided into three main areas:

  1. Reading Engagement
  2. Information and Research
  3. Media Literacy

-From the USBE Library Media Philosophy


Looking for more library media resources? Be sure to visit the following eMedia hubs:

Utah's Online School Library

LitFlix Hub


Empowering Critical Thinkers: Strategies for Navigating News and Media

Sept. 6, 2023, 3:42 p.m.

Attention Utah Educators!

Introducing an eight-part webinar series centered on news and media literacy skills. 

This webinar series is brought to you by content specialists at the Utah State Board of Education and the News Literacy Project. Each webinar is 45 minutes long and will include resources, guidance, and frameworks designed to help all Utah educators learn strategies and skills to navigate the complex world of information literacy. Webinars will be followed by a 15-minute Q&A. Sessions will be recorded.

For more information and to register, visit

Professional Learning

Want to learn more about library media? These professional learning opportunities are supported by the Utah State Board of Education: