Located across from the Teacher Education Resource Center (TERC) is Milne’s creative space, the Imaginarium.
If you need help creating your projects or brainstorming ideas, office hours are available Monday and Wednesday 2:30-4:00 (see flyer in Imaginarium for more information). Please stop by and meet with the Imaginarium curators, Emily Blazey & Megan Hockaday, for help with your projects. There will be a limited supply of materials available for use during these hours (paper, glue, scissors, etc.)
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?
What should you bring or buy before arriving at the Imaginarium?
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 teaching strategy guides, games, textbooks, toys, puppets, and manipulatives, as well as an extensive selection of fiction and non-fiction books for juvenile and young adult readers.
Click here to access the TERC catalog .
Click here for help in searching the TERC catalog.
The Teacher Education Resource Center is open during all hours main library is open.
Walk-in reference service for individual questions without appointment 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.
Milne Library hosts Story-Time Celebrations for children and their caregivers during the school year. These events are sponsored and delivered by the Young Children's Council and students from the School of Education. Story-times are open to the public.
Milne also sponsors LEGO workshops for the public. Stay tuned for the next event!