Objective: Use this guide to quickly find scholarly and professional resources in support of the Early Childhood Education program.
Scholarly and peer-reviewed material can be found through our research databases.
Hundreds of films on curriculum, instruction, educational foundations, psychology of education, special education. Credo Topics: Education Academic background information to start your research.
Children’s Picture Book Collection
Browse children’s picture books on the main floor along the wall between offices 201C and 201D.
Organized by the first letter of the author’s last name.
Browse the Stacks
Find books on specific topics in education upstairs in room 301C. Categories include:
LA History of education
LB Theory and practice of education
LC Special aspects of education
The library subscribes to the following education-related magazines in print and maintains a small backfile:
Additional Recommended Resources
Bibliographic records of education literature, plus a growing collection of full text journal articles, an alphabetical list of non-journal sources and RSS feeds and quick searches of featured publication sources and high-interest topics.
Education World A resource that includes original content, including lesson plans, practical information for educators, information on how to integrate technology in the classroom, articles written by education experts, and employment listings.
NAEYC: National Association for the Education of Young Children Promotes high-quality early learning for all young children, birth through age 8, by connecting early childhood practice, policy, and research.
The Heckman Equation Resource for understanding the great gains to be had by investing in the early and equal development of human potential.
NIEER: National Institute for Early Education Research Conducts academic research to inform policy supporting high-quality, early education for all young children.
Teaching with the Library of Congress: Discover and discuss the most effective techniques for using LOC primary sources in the classroom. Teaching strategies, outstanding primary sources, lesson plans, teacher resources, and current thinking on effective classroom practice are all open for discussion.