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Students, faculty and staff can borrow books, journals 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 NOT applied for items returned late, but there are replacement fees for lost items.

Tablets, bots, green screens, assistive devices, VR headsets, and various technologies 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.

New Books!

Halifax Regional Centre for Education Libraries

The Halifax Regional Centre for Education Teacher Resource Centre can be accessed here. Browse the HRCE School Libraries' catalogue, HRCE Music Libraries, and  the HRCE Autism Resource Library.

Newbery and Caldecott Medal Award Winners

Browse lists of the Newbery Medal and Caldecott Medal winners.

Find winning titles owned by the CRC and Mount Library on the CRC Pinterest page.

Search the Novanet catalogue here, using the Advanced search and typing "Newbery Medal" or 'Caldecott Medal" in the "Notes" field.

Screenshot of Novanet page

Teacher's Book Bank

Check out the Teacher's Book Bank, the Canadian Children's Book Centre's collection of Canadian historical fiction and non-fiction books for educators and students.

Quick Search

To find CRC books, videos, kits, etc. use the quick search below to get started.

This search is limited to books held in the CRC. For a more complete search, visit the Mount Library site.

And by the way, we use the Dewey Decimal system in the CRC!