About the Curriculum Laboratory

Location: (Level 11) Library
Phone: 403-329-2288, or ask us a question online

What is the Curriculum Laboratory?

We are a specialized Learning Resource Centre that supports the Faculty of Education's teacher education program, and the practice of teaching, a cooperative endeavor between the University Library and the Faculty of Education.

Curriculum Laboratory Map (Useful if you are booking teaching spots in the Lab!)

What does the Curriculum Laboratory offer?

We offer all students and faculty three wide-ranging services:

Multi-Format Collection

Our collection has more than 48, 000 learning resources that describe and support the Early Childhood to Grade 12 Alberta school curriculum. This collection includes:

  • curriculum publications
  • authorized textbooks
  • support materials in traditional and emerging technologies

A Teaching Laboratory

This is a place for students and faculty to gather, learn and reap the benefits of a facility designed just for them as teachers. It includes:

  • facilities that emphasize open access to the collection
  • individual and group work space
  • equipment and resources for the preparation of teaching material

Qualified Staff

Our staff is not only highly qualified, they are here to help students and faculty get what they need. Our staff:

  • integrate teaching and library experience
  • provide links between instruction theory and teaching practice, such as handouts and instruction to support information literacy
  • include technical services staff who order, receive, catalogue and maintain our collections

In The Media:

"A Public Education" is a series of television specials that highlight excellence, innovation and personal growth in Southern Alberta's public and separate schools and at the University of Lethbridge. See "U of L Curriculum Lab" segment, "May 2010."

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