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Curriculum Resource Centre

A guide to the resources and services of the Curriculum Resource Centre (CRC) in the Faculty of Education. Come visit us in Seton Academic Centre 408.

  Curriculum Guides in the CRC

We strongly encourage you to visit the NS Education & Early Childhood Development web site to download PDF versions of curriculum documents wherever possible. This short video  demonstrates how to find and download NS curriculum documents.

CRC staff have additional access to the (password protected) Educators' Curriculum site, which includes some guides not openly available or available in print, so if you don't see the guide you need please ask us.

CRC staff can assist you in locating curriculum for other jurisdictions across Canada as well.

Please consult the Mount Library website for Citation & RefWorks guidelines. For help citing curriculum documents in APA style, check out Queen's University's style guide (page 7).

 

 

 

Nova Scotia Curriculum

Find and download curriculum documents and more.

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Borrowing

Students, faculty and staff can borrow books, CDs, DVDs and kits from the CRC using their MSVU ID card validated at the Mount Library main desk. Most loan periods are 21 days, with term loans for faculty and graduate students. Off-campus borrowers can request borrowing privileges at the Mount Library main desk and borrow up to 10 items.

Fines are applied for items returned late.

Laptops, iPads, Chrome Books, bots, Makey Makey kits, digital cameras, and mp3 players and recorders can also be borrowed from the CRC (limited to Education and Child and Youth Study students). See staff for details.

Nova Scotia's  "Borrow Anywhere, Return Anywhere" policy allows borrowers to return their items to any participating public, university or community college library in the province.


This guide is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial License.
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You may copy the guide for noncommercial purposes as long as credit is included. Please be aware that the guide may contain links to subscription based services for which access is restricted. We encourage you to license your derivative works under Creative Commons as well to encourage sharing and reuse of educational materials.