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Curriculum Resource Centre: Curriculum Resource Centre

The Curriculum Resource Centre (CRC) is a specialized education resource library which primarily serves the School of Education, and offers a wide range of curriculum support materials.

Curriculum Resource Centre Office



Shelley Spencer, B.Ed. 

CRC Library Technician


Curriculum Resource Centre


Tuesday - Thursday 8:30-3:30

Email to schedule an appointment for assistance with Curriculum Resources


The CRC Office is located in the

Curriculum Resource Centre

on the upper level of the

Norma Marion Alloway Library


Welcome to the CRC


The Curriculum Resource Centre is accessible during open Library Hours.

The CRC Library Technician is available by appointment

Tuesday - Thursday 8:30-3:30

Please email for an appointment as office hours on campus are flexible.


Please send an email to or connect with a Reference Librarian through

Research Help options on main library page when CRC Library Technician is not available.


Take care and encourage each other!

Curriculum Resources & Quick Links

Curriculum LT Collection - See LT Classification Schedule below

BC K-12 Curriculum

Indigenous Education Resources


Harro Van Brummelen Curriculum Resource Centre

Harro Van BrummelenThe Harro Van Brummelen Curriculum Resource Centre is named in honour of the founding Dean of the School of Education, Harro Van Brummelen, Ed.D.

Because of his heart for TWU’s education students, Dr. Van Brummelen ensured that curriculum resources were available in the library, and was generous with his donations to the CRC.

The Harro Van Brummelen Curriculum Resource Centre provides a variety of resources for curriculum planning, research and teaching. The Curriculum Resource Centre is used by TWU students and faculty, as well as by local educators. Located on the upper level of the Norma Marion Alloway Library & Learning Commons, it is equipped with tables for individual and group study and a study room for quiet group study, and is available during library hours.