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Welcome to the Curriculum Library Guide. This guide will provide information about what the Curriculum Library is, where it is located on campus, and what types of materials are available in the Curriculum Library.
A curated list of online resources (Children's Literature, Online Open Resources (OER) for PK-12 Curriculum, and Additional Online Resources for Teachers, Students and Families) is available under the "Special Online Resources" tab above. (Updated on August 23, 2021.)
Please refer to the Education Research Guide for assistance with the research process, citations, databases related to education, recommended websites and e-books.
What is the Curriculum Library?
The Curriculum Library, housed on the terrace level of the Jerry Falwell Library, supports the university’s School of Education by providing access to a variety of instructional resources. In addition to instructional resources, the Curriculum Library houses an extensive collection of children's literature.
The Curriculum Library is a collaborative space and any student or community member can use and check out materials from the Curriculum Library.
Curriculum Library Hours of Operation & Contact Information
Services (Inquire about at Curriculum Library Service Desk)
Ellison cutting machine with a variety of die cuts (SEE full list below under photographs);
Bulletin board paper/construction paper (Bulletin board paper: $1 per yard;
Construction paper/colored printer paper: $0.05 per sheet; Cardstock: $0.10 per sheet, various colors)
Lamination- $0.10 per inch for large lamination or $0.50 per sheet for self-serve desktop (8.5x11") size
Binding- prices vary according to size and cover selections