Virtual Tour and Mission Statement
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Location of the Curriculum Laboratory in the Library
360 degree views of the Curriculum Laboratory's facilities
The Curriculum Laboratory's main mission is to support the
Faculty of Education's teacher education programs through the services
of a Learning Resource Centre. Therefore, our primary focus is
the faculty and students of the Faculty of Education. We also
serve the broader University and local community. The Curriculum
Laboratory is involved in a cooperative endeavour between the Library
and the Faculty of Education. This innovative relationship
maximizes areas of cooperation and the integration of functions, while
maintaining the delivery of specialized services.
Our services encompass three spheres:
Curriculum . . .
A multi-format collection
of over 48,000 learning resources which describe and support the Early
Childhood Education to Grade 12 Alberta school curriculum.
It includes Curriculum
publications, authorized textbooks, and support materials
traditional and emerging technologies.
Laboratory . . .
emphasize open access to the collection
Individual and group
of teaching materials.
Staff . . .
Who are qualified
and pleased to help with different users' needs:
experience and library expertise
Our Public Services staff
provide links between instruction theory
and teaching practice, such as handouts
and individual or group instruction to support the Faculty of
Education’s classroom curriculum.
Our Technical Services staff
order, receive, catalogue and maintain the collection.