|June 1 , 2009 http://www2.lib.virginia.edu/education/news/archive.shtml||Vol. 2, No.6|
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Thanks for helping to promote this resource!E-BOOKS
You can find these and additional e-books in VIRGO.
Mathematics Teachers at Work: Connecting Curriculum Materials and Classroom Instruction edited by Janine T. Remillard, Beth A. Herbel-Eisenmann, and Gwendolyn M. Lloyd.
Quality research in literacy and science education: international perspectives and gold standards edited by Mack C. Shelley, Larry D. Yore, and Brian Hand
Educating Everybody's Children: Diverse Teaching Strategies for Diverse Learners, 2nd ed. by Robert W. Cole
Handbook on information technologies for education and training edited by Heimo H. Adelsberger, P. Kinshuk, Jan Martin Pawlowski, and Demetrios Sampson
Inside the Social Studies Classroom by Jere Brophy, Janet Alleman, and Barbara Knighton
The Routledge International Companion to Multicultural Education edited by James A. Banks (ordered June 1)
Understanding Multimedia Documents by Jean-François Rouet, Richard Lowe, Wolfgang SchnotzA SALUTE
A salute of job well done goes to members of the Education Library staff for their tireless work to meet the transition deadline of June 22nd while always providing excellent public service to our fabulous patrons. A heartfelt salute goes to Carole Lohman, Barbara Hatcher, Jane Walker, Sarah Wood, Hogan Wan, and Thomson Rawls.
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THE EDUCATION LIBRARY WILL NOT BE ACCESSIBLE TO THE PUBLIC FROM JUNE 20- JULY 5.*
If you have any questions or collection access needs, please contact Kay Buchanan at 434.982.2664 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks for understanding and we hope to see you in the Learning Commons in July!
*content updated 6/20
LIBRARY TRANSITION* The library landscape is quickly being transformed by technology and digital scholarship. One way the staff in the Education Library has been responding is to expand our services beyond the physical walls of Ruffner Hall. From June 22nd-24th the Education Library's print journal and book collection will transition to Alderman Library. Thus, providing Curry students and faculty with access to more interdisciplinary materials and reconnecting them to the back issues of journals and older education materials that have always been housed in Alderman Library.
As part of the tranformation, Carole Lohman and Kay Buchanan will have offices inside the Learning Commons (currently the location of the Education Library). They will offer reference service, provide instructional sessions for classes and other groups, develop a robust web presence, and continue to work collaboratively with Curry School individuals and groups. They hope the new CHAT service which will be implemented for Fall semester will be convenient for those seeking virtual assistance. Kay will continue to serve as the subject librarian for education materials and will purchase books, journals, videos, etc. to support the curriculum and research needs of the Curry School of Education.
They will also support library services such as course reserves and the delivery of recalled books, interlibrary loan, and Ivy items by LEO staff to patrons. In addition, the collection of children's books will remain in the Learning Commons, as will our collection of handbooks and a selective collection of reference books. Patrons will continue to be able to return books and other materials in the book drop located in Ruffner Hall.
Throughout the summer, the Curry School will be transforming the Learning Commons space to enhance the quality of the student experience at Curry. Already, 7 computers and a scan-to-email machine have been installed. PCs will relocate the PCs printer closer to the public computers in the Learning Commons. The library staff sends special thanks to the students who gave their valuable time and thoughtful insights during the Spring semester to the Library Planning committee or corresponded with us in a variety of ways to offer suggestions. The Library and Curry staff members welcome your ideas on how we can best continue to serve you! Give us a call or drop in the Learning Commons.
*content updeated 6/20NEW HANDBOOKS
View this list of additional handbooks.
Handbook of Data-Based Decision Making in Education
Handbook/Reference Area: LB2805.H2862 2009
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