Welcome to Ely Library and the ERC!!
You may still place holds in QuickSearch for books you wish to pick up, but once notified that they are waiting for you, you will need to pick them up in the library, on a table to the left as you enter. Please pick them up quickly and bring them back as soon as you are finished with them so that others can access the same materials. We look forward to seeing you!
Ask if you have any questions and come in to browse our new displays.
From the National Wildlife Foundation
Free access to a variety of teaching tools from the National Wildlife Federation's Virtual Classroom including Guides, Toolkits, Lessons, and Activities.
From Other Organizations
Materials in the Education Resources Center include: books, big books, games, unit plans, textbooks, lesson plans, activity books, kits and education software packages that you can borrow and use to enrich and add interest to lesson plans and classes you will teach as a student teacher.
For education research related to theory, see the Education Guide.
To search for materials in the ERC, follow these simple instructions.
From the Ely Library QuickSearch:
The Test Collection
This collection of standardized tests includes measures for development, intelligence, and reading, as well as culture-fair tests and other classroom measurement instruments.
NOTE: Tests do not normally circulate outside of the Library due to the cost of replacement and licensing restrictions. They are like Reserve Items except that you must sign out each test at the Reference Desk in order to use it.
For more information, see Tests & Assessment Information
Education Resources Center (ERC) Mission:
The Education Resources Center prepares teacher candidates and graduate students focusing on Education to make immediate and lifelong use of information effectively by teaching the concepts and logic of information access, by fostering information independence and critical thinking, and by providing access to Educational materials and information.
For assistance with education‐related questions, call (413) 572‐5235.