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New Puppets

  The CRC just added 8 NEW Let’s talk! community helper puppets.  They include a chef, doctor, teacher, mail carrier, nurse, firefighter, police officer, and an astronaut.  They will make a great addition to your lessons. CHECK THEM OUT!

SOAR into a Great New Year

Are you an incoming freshman here for SOAR and registering for classes? Come check out the CRC on the second floor of the library for cool games and other fun items that are available for check out! #SOAR#FalconFriday #bgsucrc


RENEWAL POLICY CHANGE Thank you for borrowing Teaching Aids! Effective May 18th only 1 renewal per item will be allowed, making the maximum time this type of materials can be borrowed 6 weeks (3 weeks for the initial borrowing period and 3 weeks for the renewal)! Thank you for using the CRC!

Laura Numeroff books in the CRC!

Literacy in the Park Saturday, April 11 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Stroh Center, BGSU Featuring Author Laura Numeroff The CRC will be there so stop by and say hi!

Who are you?

In conjunction with this year’s common theme of “Who are you? Your choices, your identity, your future,” talk to your kids about who they are. Read the book “Who is Melvin Bubble?” by Nick Bruel. Your students will roll on the floor with laughter. After reading, you can talk about how each person can see […]

FREE Die Cutting! Today Only! Paper provided while supplies last!

Common Theme: Choices

Do you know what this year’s common theme is? It is “Who are you? Your choices, your identity, your future.” The CRC has tons of materials that can help you relate this common theme to your classroom. Check out these Choices and Think Twice jars. These fun little prompt cards can help to teach students […]

Winter Break Hours!

Fall Break Hours

October 8-12 The Curriculum Resource Center will be open Wednesday -Friday until 5:00PM. We will be closed Saturday and Sunday. Enjoy your Fall Break!

Banned Book Week

A colleague at another institution once told me that a non-librarian faculty member had questioned librarians’ fondness for banning books. His reasoning was based on the annual celebration of Banned Book Week, which he understood as a celebration of limiting resources through censorship. Boy did he have the wrong end of the stick! Librarians make […]

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