Curriculum Materials Collections and Centers: Legacies from the Past, Visions of the Future--eEditions e-book

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2012
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ACRL
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280
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eBook
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INTRODUCTION
Voices and Visions from CMCs: Importance and Theoretical Basis for Curriculum Materials Collections and Centers
Penny Beile

PART I: PAST
1. From Collections to Laboratories to Centers: Development of the Curriculum Materials Collections or Centers to 1940
Rita Kohrman

2. Curriculum Materials Laboratories: Blast from the Past or Institutionally Relevant?
Suzan A. Alteri

PART II: PRESENT
3. The Role of Children's Literature in the Curriculum Materials Center
Ann E. Brownson

4. Promoting Library Instruction for Education Students: A Model for CMC/Faculty Collaboration
Pat Farthing and Margaret N. Gregor

5. Collection Development and Budgets: Methods to Keep the Curriculum Center Current
Nadean Meyer

6. Staffing the CMC for Success
Linda M. Teel

7. Building a Successful Outreach Program
Hazel J. Walker

8. Evolution of the American Textbook: From Hornbooks to iPads
Nancy P. O'Brien and Judy Walker

PART III: FUTURE
9. The Value of the Curriculum Center's Mission Statement: Meeting the Needs of Evolving Teacher Education
Julie L. Miller and Nadean Meyer

10. Staying Relevant: Re-engineering for the Future
Shonda Brisco

11. Curriculum Access and Creation in the CMC of the Future
Jo Ann Carr with Anna K. Lewis

12. A Look to the Future of Curriculum Materials Centers
Kathy Yoder and Linda Scott

INTRODUCTION
Voices and Visions from CMCs: Importance and Theoretical Basis for Curriculum Materials Collections and Centers
Penny Beile

PART I: PAST
1. From Collections to Laboratories to Centers: Development of the Curriculum Materials Collections or Centers to 1940
Rita Kohrman

2. Curriculum Materials Laboratories: Blast from the Past or Institutionally Relevant?
Suzan A. Alteri

PART II: PRESENT
3. The Role of Children's Literature in the Curriculum Materials Center
Ann E. Brownson

4. Promoting Library Instruction for Education Students: A Model for CMC/Faculty Collaboration
Pat Farthing and Margaret N. Gregor

5. Collection Development and Budgets: Methods to Keep the Curriculum Center Current
Nadean Meyer

6. Staffing the CMC for Success
Linda M. Teel

7. Building a Successful Outreach Program
Hazel J. Walker

8. Evolution of the American Textbook: From Hornbooks to iPads
Nancy P. O'Brien and Judy Walker

PART III: FUTURE
9. The Value of the Curriculum Center's Mission Statement: Meeting the Needs of Evolving Teacher Education
Julie L. Miller and Nadean Meyer

10. Staying Relevant: Re-engineering for the Future
Shonda Brisco

11. Curriculum Access and Creation in the CMC of the Future
Jo Ann Carr with Anna K. Lewis

12. A Look to the Future of Curriculum Materials Centers
Kathy Yoder and Linda Scott

Rita Kohrman

Rita Kohrman is Education Librarian at the Steelcase Library, Grand Valley State University (Grand Rapids, MI).