Looking for ways to indulge your creative spirit? Milne Library’s Imaginarium and TERC areas are bursting with resources and equipment to help you create craft projects, lesson plans or displays (at the very least).
The Teacher Education Resource Center (TERC), located on Milne Library’s Lower Level, offers students a large collection of curriculum resources for preK-12 instruction, including textbooks, videos, puppets, audio and manipulatives, as well as an extensive selection of fiction and non-fiction books for juvenile and young adult readers.
The Imaginarium, located across from the TERC area, contains a die-cut machine, and die-cuts for creating projects. A small selection of craft supplies is usually available, however, users should bring their own paper. The room also contains a table for creating lesson plans or working on projects. We’ve even got a Pinterest board with some ideas for projects!
Both areas are open whenever the library is open and are available for use by students, faculty and community members.
Please feel free to contact Education Librarian, Michelle Costello – firstname.lastname@example.org– with any questions or comments.