Located across from the Teacher Education Resource Center (TERC) is Milne’s creative space, the Imaginarium.
This area contains a die-cut machine, die-cuts and materials for creating projects. It is open to all students, faculty and community members and is available whenever the library is open. The room also contains a table for creating lesson plans or working on projects.
What is provided in the Imaginarium?
- Die cut machine and die cuts (click on link to see photos of the die-cuts we own)
- Paper cutter
What should you bring or buy at the Student Union Bookstore?
- Construction paper
- Poster board
- Specialty paper
- Markers and crayons
Sample die-cut lesson plans from Ellison Education:
Plains Habitat Diorama - Create fun habitat displays. "As students discuss energy needs of living things, they realize that all organisms in an environment interact with each other either directly or indirectly through a network of food chains known as a food web. Students review the roles of producers, consumers and decomposers and the order of energy flow within an ecosystem..."
I Have A Dream Poster - Create an "I Have a Dream" bulletin board to commemorate Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.
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.
TERC Hours and Assistance
The Teacher Education Resource Center is open during all hours main library is open.
Walk-in reference service for individual questions without appoinment is available. Please visit the service desk on the main floor and ask to see a librarian
Need more in-depth help? Schedule a Student Research Consultation with a subject specific reference librarian.
Visit the Lesson Planning and Education Resource Toolkit blog for additional information about the collection and Education resources in general.