Why use this guide
Many resources exist to help teachers create successful learning experiences for their students. This guide will identify some starting points for teachers of reading and language arts.
Get help with your research!
Research help is available in person, by phone, via email or with chat. The page linked below explains the hours and method for accessing the various help options. When online, the quickest method is to use the 24-hour Ask-A-Librarian chat service.
Of course you are also welcome to contact me directly using the information on the right.
The CSUS Curriculum collection
The K-12 Curriculum Collections are located on 2 SOUTH. Included are textbooks, curriculum guides, and nonprint media for use by students in the CSUS credential programs. Material in the Curriculum Collections is listed in the EUREKA Computer Catalog by author, title, keyword, subject heading, and call number. Use EUREKA Advanced Search to limit your results to particular locations (guides, textbooks, nonprint) or formats (video, DVD). Additional information about the CSUS Curriculum Collection and search examples can be found here
Learning Resouces Display Center
The University Library at California State University Sacramento is one of 23 Learning Resource Display Centers (LRDCs) in California. As such, the Library receives and displays K-8 textbooks and supplementary instructional materials that are currently adopted by the California State Board of Education for grades K-8.
Click this link for more information about the collection, the state textbook adoption process, and a list of all Learning Resource Display Centers: