Book Awards and Professional ResourcesAfrican, Caribbean, and African AmericanArab, Middle Eastern, and Arab AmericanAsian and Asian AmericanCanadian Children's LiteratureFrenchInternational Books for Children and Young AdultsJewishLatino/Hispanic AmericanNative AmericanBooklist: Cultures in America BooksBooklist: Cultures in America Picture Books
Children's Book PublishersChildren's Literature On the Web
Book Reviews
Categories of Picture BooksArt in Picture Books
Contemporary Realistic FictionSubgenres of Realistic FictionThemes in Realistic Fiction
Defining FolkloreTypes of FolktalesVariations of FolktalesFractured Fairy Tales
Historical Timeline
Poetry: Teaching and Collections
This is the "Home" page of the "EDUC 155: Children's Literature" guide.
Alternate Page for Screenreader Users
Skip to Page Navigation
Skip to Page Content

EDUC 155: Children's Literature   Tags: educ145, educ155, educ260, education, trc  

This guide contains resources and information about children's literature.
Last Updated: Dec 15, 2014 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

Home Print Page

Welcome to the Teaching Resource Center

Welcome to the Teaching Resource Center

The Teaching Resource Center (TRC) is located on the main floor of the Hulst Library and was remodeled in the summer of 2012. The three sections of the TRC have been designed to promote teaching innovation.

Discovery Cafe'

  • try out newer digital resources and equipment,
  • use computers and multimedia

Curriculum and Childrens' Literature Collection

  • approximately 8,000 young adult and children's literature titles
  • elementary and secondary textbooks,
  • videos, kits, pamphlets, unit ideas, and multimedia programs
  • materials chosen for the TRC include resources that support a pre-K through 12 Christian education program

Learning Lab Classroom

  • a new technology-enabled classroom designed for collaboration

The Discovery Cafe' and the Curriculum and Children's Literature Collections are open during all library hours.  Please use these rooms quietly if class is in session in the Learning Lab.


Library News

Loading Loading...
blank padding

Ask Us for Help

Profile Image
Jenni Breems and Jan Versluis

Contact Info
Call: 712.722.6040
Text: 312.554.5427 (312.JLH.LIBR)
Hours: Monday-Friday, 8 am - 5 pm

If we are offline, send us a message and include your contact information.
Send Email

Loading  Loading...