Summers-Clopper Curriculum Lab

The Summers-Clopper Curriculum Lab is located on the second floor of the library. It is a teaching resource center that serves primarily students and faculty in the School of Education. It contains a wide variety of instructional materials for evaluation and utilization in the implementation of instructional plans for elementary and secondary education.

These materials include:

  • Children's literature - classics, award winners, poetry, folklore, picture books, big books
  • Non-fiction books to support the school curriculum
  • Textbooks and teacher's editions
  • Activity books, lesson plan books, bulletin board and pattern books, book bags, file folder games, and other manipulatives to be used with students
  • The lab is open and staffed by student assistants approximately 40 hours per week.
  • Faculty may schedule orientation sessions in the Lab.
  • Most lab materials may be checked out by students, faculty, and staff.
  • Children using the Lab should be accompanied by an adult.

For additional information please contact:
Jenny Horton, Public Services Librarian/Liaison to Education and Human Development



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