Your OneCard is your Library Card for borrowing materials such as books, education kits, curriculum materials, videos, etc. For print books, the new loan period is 120 days or one whole semester. To borrow a kit, please take it to staff member at the Service Desk because you can tell us how long you need it for.
Omni usertags hare currently inactivated, so to search for a kit with magnets in it you will need to do an advanced search, where the title contains magnetic and the resource type is a kit.
This page guides you through our Education Collection, which includes full-text electronic and print journals, e-books, research databases, reference materials, multimedia, and curriculum materials to support your academic studies and classroom teaching.
Specially for Teachers - Digital resources
- ERIC is provided by the U.S. Department of Education to give access to educational related literature. It covers 1966 to the current date, and is also available via ProQuest and EBSCOhost.
- H&PE Elementary Resources Lesson plans and supplemental resources concerning Ontario 2010 curriculum expectations. Also called Ophea Health and Physical Education Curriculum Resources: Grades 1-8.
- H&PE Secondary Resources support teachers in helping students acquire the physical and health literacy skills needed to thrive in the 21st century and lead a healthy, active life. These are also called Ophea Health and Physical Education Curriculum Resources: Grades 9-12.
- Ontario Physical Education Safety Guidelines These are standards documents for managing risk in physical activities for Ontario school boards. These are also called the Ophea Safety Guidelines.
- Teacher Reference Center provides coverage on key education topics such as assessment, continuing education, current pedagogical research, curriculum development, instructional media, language arts, literacy standards, and science and mathematics for K-12 teachers and librarians.
- ASK US (contact us by phone, email, or chat) library.wlu.ca/help/askus 519-884-0710 x3222
- Education Librarian (Acting) : Helene LeBlanc firstname.lastname@example.org
The Education collection has five components, all of which are located on the fourth floor of the Library to your right as you exit the elevator.
- Professional or Curriculum collection (the how do I teach it?) call labels EDUPROF,
- a children’s book collection labelled EDUCHILD (Blue stickers = indigenous; Yellow = french)
- manipulatives and kit collection (games, models, flash cards, etc) labelled EDUKIT– large OR small
- oversize materials have labels marked EDUOVER and
- posters or pictures have labels that begin with EDUPIC
- Education DVD’s are shelved with our regular DVD collection
**Don’t forget you MUST check out EDUKITS & EDUPICS with a staff member in order to get your custom due date!
If you are planning to use images in anything, please check out Royalty Free Resources for Teachers.
More copyright information can be found here.