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This guide is designed to help you find information on the different aspects of preK-12 Curriculum and Instruction .


Learning Resources Center(LRC)

The Learning Resources Center is located on the lower level of F.D. Bluford Library.



Located within the LRC are instructional materials, curriculum resources and library services of special interest to the School of Education teacher preparation programs and teaching professionals.


v  Desktop Computers

v  State Adopted Textbooks K-12

v  Children’s and Young Adult Fiction and Nonfiction

v  Big Books

v  Videos and DVDs

v  Ellison™ shape-cutting machine

 v  Paper cutter

v  Classroom equipped with overhead projector and drop down screen

v  Video viewing station

v  CD and tape listening station

v  Science and math kits

v  Educational databases

v  Typewriters


Also on the lower level is the Project Print Room equiped with scanner, color copier, electric hold punch and large scale stapler.



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