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Locating Teaching Resources in the Library: Welcome

This guide describes the teaching resources available in Andersen Library and the K-12 Curriculum Collection. as well as how to locate them. In addition, it provides direction to locating online information such as article databases and useful websites.

Welcome to Andersen Library's Curriculum Collection!

The Curriculum Collection is intended to support coursework and research dealing with preK-12 curriculum objectives as well as children's and young adult literature. The Collection contains a representative collection of prek-12 instructional materials, including children's and young adult fiction and non-fiction, models, kits, games, children’s CD’s and DVD’s, K-12 textbooks, tests, and curriculum guides. While it primarily serves the educational and instructional needs of pre-service teachers, the materials in the collection are also used by faculty and students of several departments, in-service teachers and the general public. Professional development materials, such as those which present teaching strategies and methodology, are located in the Main Collection.

This LibGuide will help you locate teaching materials in the Curriculum Collection as well as in the Main Collection.

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Welcome to the Andersen Library Curriculum Collection!

Reference & Instruction Librarian

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Ellen Latorraca

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