faculty of education library
The Tin Ka Ping Education Library provides a wide range of materials in support of teaching and learning, including pre-school to secondary school textbooks, teacher’s manuals, children’s literature, Hong Kong examination papers and audio-visual materials. Books and journals on education theory are housed in the Main Library.
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An Information Commons and a visual support room with computing and scanning facilities are located inside the Epsom Library.
A library for student teachers was established at the Auckland Teachers’ College in 1906. Located in Epsom since 1925, the Auckland College of Education, including the Library, was amalgamated with the University of Auckland in 2004. The Library was named in honour of Sylvia Ashton-Warner, the internationally acclaimed New Zealand teacher and writer, in 1987.
Materials and instruction to support AB Curriculum. Visit About Us for more information.
COVID-19 Update: Request materials using the Summon search below and pick them up at Anderson Hall. Full details can be found here. Staff are also available to answer questions through our online form.
They offer a number of specialist research services and resources, including advice and support for undertaking literature searches, systematic reviews, referencing, citation analysis, current awareness, promotion of research, and management of research data. They can also advise on choosing the right publisher, including how to avoid predatory publishers and which publishers offer Open Access publications.
The Library supports researchers in all five Faculties at UON, across all campuses and locations, under the leadership of three dedicated Senior Research Librarians.
We acknowledge and pay respects to the Elders and Traditional Owners of the land on which our four Australian campuses stand. Information for Indigenous Australians
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Our librarians work with teaching staff to support the implementation of the information and research literacy and digital literacy graduate learning outcomes.
We support research staff and students through all stages of the research cycle. Including:
The CU Academic Library is not a typical library, where all the stocks and services are concentrated in one building. It consists of 13 independent faculty libraries located in different places in Bratislava, respectively even in the other Slovak towns, and the Academic Library Centre, which is responsible for management and coordination of mutual cooperation of faculty libraries.
Comenius University Academic Library (CU AL) is a central scientific and information workplace focusing on information support of research and education at the Comenius University in Bratislava. Academic Library provides library, information, bibliographic, documentation, retrieval and other services for its users (mostly students, teaching staff and academic community).
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The Curriculum Resource Centre (CRC), located in Room 408 of the Seton Academic Centre, is a specialized education resource library which primarily serves the Faculty of Education and the Child & Youth Study Department. Its aim is to provide educators, from preschool to high school, the resources they need to plan programs for today’s learners. The CRC offers a wide range of curriculum support materials, including: curriculum guides, textbooks, teachers’ resources, French language materials, DVDs, software, manipulatives, kits and more.
Visit us online at our Library Subject Guide for our hours of operation, resources and services offered in the centre. We will do everything we can to assist you in your program planning as an educator, and your research as a student at The Mount.