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Education Resources: Curriculum Resource Centre

This research guide contains information for education students and faculty about the resources available through the library.

The Curriculum Resource Centre is open during Library Hours

except during classes and orientations:

EDUC 222 A/B

Wednesday, Feb. 12 - 4:15 - 5:30

Thursday, Feb. 13 - 4:15 - 5:30

  The Curriculum Resource Centre office is open Monday - Thursday.

NEW CURRICULUM RESOURCES are available in the CRC Office,

and you are welcome to browse the shelves or sign out an item.

 

Curriculum Resource Centre Office

                  

            Shelley Spencer,  Email   

            CRC Library Technician 

       Curriculum Resources, Education


               CRC OFFICE HOURS:

          Monday         8:30 - 4:00 

          Tuesday         8:30 - 4:00

          Wednesday   8:30 - 4:00  

          Thursday       8:30 - 2:00          


          The CRC Office is located in the

           Curriculum Resource Centre

                 Upper Level,  Library

Harro Van Brummelen Curriculum Resource Centre

Harro Van BrummelenThe Harro Van Brummelen Curriculum Resource Centre provides a variety of resources for curriculum planning, research and teaching. Located on the upper level of the library, it is equipped with tables for individual and group study and a study room for quiet group study.  The CRC is open during regular library hours, except during reserved class times and orientations.

Formerly known as the Curriculum Materials Centre in TWU’s Norma Marion Alloway Library, the Centre was renamed the Harro Van Brummelen Curriculum Resource Centre in honour of one of the University’s best-known faculty members, and the founding Dean of the School of Education, Harro Van Brummelen, Ed.D.

"Because of his heart for TWU’s education students, Van Brummelen not only made a point of seeing what education curriculum resources were available in the library, he also added what was needed. The resource centre has been used not only by TWU students, but also by local educators."    See this news story from the TWU News Archives.