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The Educational Resource Curriculum (Previously the Educational Resource Center in Porter) is made up of textbook and curriculum materials to support students who are enrolled in Education programs at EMU or current classroom PK-12 teachers.
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The Educational Resource Curriculum (previously known as the Educational Resource Center located in Porter) is made up of textbooks and curriculum materials to support students who are enrolled in Education programs at EMU or current classroom PK-12 teachers. Our collection is made up of curriculum materials which can be utilized to assist students and teachers develop lesson plans and learning focals. The items in the collection are  reference only and may not be checked out. The collection is located in Halle on the second floor.

 

Laminating

The laminator is located on the (G) ground floor in the library

location: Halle G01

Hours:

Monday - Thursday 8:00am - Noon, 12:30pm-8:00pm
Friday 8:00am - Noon, 12:30pm-5:00pm

Visit: http://it.emich.edu/service/labs/multimedia.cfm for more information

 

Technology

    • Flip Video Cameras
      • Check out at the Circulation Desk, first floor. Check availability.
      • Borrowing period: Four days. May not be renewed or placed on hold.
      • Fines and fees: Overdue fines for cameras are $1.00 per day. Total lost camera replacement charges will be $250.00, this includes $180.00 lost item replacement, and $20.00 lost item processing and $50.00 maximum reserve fine. Damage will be assessed on a case by case basis.
      • Instructions: Each camera set contains 1 Flip video camcorder, 1 TV connection cable, 1 USB cable, 1 tripod, 1 manual in a case. Written instructions are provided with the camera. Assistance is provided in the Academic Projects Center during their regular hours. The Circulation Desk does not provide instructional or technical support. Patrons are responsible for recharging, providing batteries or power source. Cameras may not be charged and ready to go at check out.
  • Laptop & Netbook Computers
    • Check out at the Circulation Desk, first floor. Laptop availability. Netbook availability.
    • Available to: current EMU students, faculty and staff.
    • Borrowing period: Four hours, Library Use Only. They may not be renewed or placed on hold.
    • Fines and fees: Overdue fines for Laptops and Netbooks are $1.00 per hour.
    • Replacement charges
      • Laptops: $ 1142.00, this includes $ 1,072.00 lost item replacement, and $ 20.00 lost item processing and $50.00 maximum reserve fine.
      • Netbooks: $ 570.00, this includes $ 500.00 lost item replacement, and $ 20.00 lost item processing and $50.00 maximum reserve fine.
    • Borrowers are responsible for damage. Damage will be assessed on a case by case basis. Laptops and netbooks will be checked for functionality upon return.
    • Borrowers are responsible for saving all material to a thumb drive or disk, or by connecting to the wireless network through their my.emich login and sending it as an attachment to an email account or saving it to their Eaglemail briefcase. Any material downloaded or saved to the computer wil be erased when the machine is powered off.
    • A Laptop or netbook and power cord will be given to the patron at check out.
    • Assistance is provided in the Academic Projects Center during their regular hours. The Circulation Desk does not provide instructional or technical support.
  • content taken directly from: http://www.emich.edu/library/services/avborrowing.php visit there for a complete list of technical equitment borrowing policies
 

Types of Materials

The Ellison Die Cuts:

  • Are located in the College of Education (Porter Building) in the Early Childhood Education room (ECE)
  • Contact Dr. Karen Paciorek if you would like more information or  to receive access to this tool  kpaciorek@emich.edu

Lesson Plans - All Subjects

  • PBS Teachers
    A large collection of lesson plans, teacher guides, and online student activities correlated to 90 sets of state and national curriculum standards.
  • The Learning Network- New York Times
    Lessons for subjects across the curriculum based on Times content.
  • Thinkfinity
    Great web site! Allows teachers to search lesson plans by subject and grade level.
  • The Learning Page (Library of Congress)
    Lesson plans and activities for using primary sources in the classroom.
  • Education World Lesson Plans
    Free resource for educators.
  • EdHelper
    The latest education news, education business news, and links to other related sites are collected and updated regularly on this site. In addition, this site provides lesson plans in a variety of areas including math, writing, reading, science, technology, and social studies.
  • Discovery Education Lesson Plans Library
    Find hundreds of original lesson plans, all written by teachers for teachers.
  • The Gateway
    National Library of Education, U.S. Department of Education - This one-stop educational resource provides information, lesson plans, and activities pertaining to all K-12 subjects. Users can browse sites by subject or keyword, or they can search by subject, keyword, title, or full-text of the site description.
  • YouthLearn.org
    Technology, media & project-based learning to inspire young minds.
  • Federal Resources for Educational Excellence (FREE)
    Offers free educational web resources for teachers and students to use in the classroom sponsored through over 30 federal agencies. The web resources are organized into subject areas and it offers a variety of special collections.
  • TeachervVision
    Find 20,000 pages of classroom-ready lesson plans, printables, and resources.
  • Educator's Reference Desk
    This valuable site from the Information Institute of Syracuse offers a broad range of solid information for educators and education researchers. Included are resource guides organized by topic, lesson plans arranged by subject, and a searchable question archive containing responses to questions sent to the now-defunct AskERIC service.
  • Ask ERIC Lesson Plans (through Educator's Reference Desk)
    This collection contains more than 2000 unique lesson plans which were written and submitted by teachers from all over the United States and the world. These lesson plans are also included in GEM, which links to over 40,000 online education resources.
 
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