Welcome to Library Resources for Bilingual and Multicultural Education.
Please contact me if you have questions or if you would like to make an appointment for an individual research consultation. My hours are flexible enough to accommodate most schedules. For more options please see Research Help below.
Education Reference Librarian
Research help is available in person, by phone, via email or live 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.
You are also welcome to contact me directly using the information on this page.
This guide will help you find research materials related to Bilingual and Multicultural Education topics. Online resources are the main focus, but hundreds of similar materials can be found in the Library by searching the Library's online catalog OneSearch. For materials that our library does not own, submit an interlibrary loan request. See Interlibrary Loan Services below.
To begin your research click on the tabs above.
K-12 Curriculum Guides, Textbooks, Nonprint Materials
Materials to support teachers of foreign languages, ESL, bilingual education, and multicultural courses can be found in the Curriculum area following the Juvenile Collection on the 2nd floor, south wing. These items can be checked out at the User Services desk on the main floor of the Library. There are three separate sections of curriculum materials:
1. Curriculum Guides: Organized by guide number within subject sections, for example Bilingual Education.
2. Curriculum Textbooks: Organized by call numbers posted at each aisle.
3. Curriculum Nonprint media: Organized by call number.
Browse foreign language Curriculum Textbooks and Nonprint media at call numbers 430 to 497.
To identify specific multicultural curriculum materials use OneSearch Advanced. In the search box enter multicultural education, for example. At the search results screen choose curriculum collection from the options in the left column.
See also CSUS Research guides: