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How may I access materials from the Teacher Education Resource Center (TERC) Collection during the Milne Library closure?
- The TERC collection will be available in Fraser Hall Library.
- While we do not have access to all our collections (including the TERC) yet, there are approximately 2,000 titles available for checkout.
- To narrow your search results to what is physically available, perform an Advanced Search in GLOCAT and limit your results to "Available Physical Materials." The results will be updated as more books and materials become available during the spring semester.
It is important to note:
- Web-based lesson planning resources are located on the Education Guide.
- Students and faculty will need to arrange their own transportation to the libraries listed below.
- If students or faculty borrow materials from these libraries, they must return materials to the library of origin. Milne Library does not return materials that are not received through IDS services.
Milne Library Puppet Collection
Milne Library has a large collection of puppets as well as several puppet theaters.
Question regarding puppets or puppetry?
Contact Dr. Sharon Peck at email@example.com
Puppets and Puppetry Websites
Center for Puppetry Arts
The Center for Puppetry Arts is a unique cultural treasure - a magical place where children and adults are educated, enlightened and entertained.
Jim Henson Foundation
The Jim Henson Foundation was founded in 1982 by Muppets creator Jim Henson to promote and develop the art of puppetry in the United States.
Puppeteers of America
Puppeteers of America, a national nonprofit organization founded in 1937, provides information, encourages performances, and builds a community of people who love puppet theatre.
News related to the art of puppetry
Puppetry Home Page
The Puppetry Home Page is a free resource for the puppetry community and is dedicated to helping people connect with the world of puppetry.
The organization's mission is to link puppeteers nationally and internationally, publish information on and for the field, offer support and technical assistance for professional puppeteers through seminars, conferences, and symposia; stimulate the general public's interest in the art of puppetry; and promote the visibility of American puppeteers all over the world.
Puppets in Education Blogs
Useful Books Found in Milne Library
Puppet parade : easy-to-make imaginative puppets from readily-found materials by
Call Number: curr CC 371.3 F67p 1992
Puppets and puppet theatre by
Call Number: TT174.7 .C8716 1999
Shadow puppets & shadow play by
Call Number: PN1979.S5 C87 2007
A show of hands : using puppets with young children by
Call Number: CC 372.6 S791.5 C75 2003