Department: Curriculum Materials Center
H.M. Michaux, Jr., School of Education Building – Room 1024
Telephone: (919) 530-6383 or (919) 530-7318
The Curriculum Materials Center (CMC) is the library for students
and faculty involved in the
teacher education program. The resources selected for the
Center are mainly items which would complement and foster the
objectives of teacher education.
Some types of materials that can be found in the CMC :
- State adopted textbooks for grades K-12
- Curriculum handbooks and guides for grades K-12
- Computer software for grades K-12
- Sample lesson plans
- Kits, games, and flashcards
- Activity books for classroom teachers
- Juvenile and Young Adult Fiction and Non-Fiction
- Big Books
Audiovisual materials and equipment can also be found in the Curriculum Materials Center. Equipment available for use include: four computers for student use; TV/VCR combination; a CD/Tape cassette recorder/player; DVD player; digital camera; digital media viewing and listening center for up to six students; an LCD projector and projector cart; and other audiovisual equipment most likely to be found in a classroom today.
Although the CMC collection is primarily for the students and faculty in the teacher education program, all students and faculty of the university are encouraged to use the collection.
- Reference assistance
- Workshop Space and Scheduling
- Copy Machine
The CMC's resources are listed in the online public catalog. Currently, the CMC hours of operations are:
Monday - Friday: 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
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