About the Curriculum Technology Center (CTC)

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The Curriculum Technology Center (CTC) offers resources to patrons to evaluate and use both for classroom and practicum purposes. Collection acquisition is based on the needs of the academic departments within the School of Education and the curricula being used in Minnesota P-12 classrooms.

Located in the School of Education (A126) the CTC provides students, staff, and faculty a state of the art facility for investigating new methods and materials in education.

For many students the CTC provides a relaxing meeting place to work on projects, do research, or just type a paper. Education students, throughout their time at St. Cloud State University, count on the CTC for its friendly and inviting atmosphere. While maintaining the qualities students love, the CTC also provides technology, teaching materials of all kinds, literature, and professional education materials. The CTC receives new materials, both print and non-print. So stop in and see what's new!

Renovated in 2008 from the Vera W. Russell endowment, the Vera W. Russell Curriculum Technology Center (CTC) is a place where pre-service teachers, in-service teachers, faculty members, and administrators may expand their knowledge of curriculum resources and technologies.

The CTC provides print and non-print curriculum materials designed to support the academic programs within St. Cloud State University's School of Education preparation of early childhood, elementary, secondary school teachers, counselors and administrators.

In addition to curriculum resources the CTC is also home to a collection of juvenile literature, including two special collections in memorial of Emily Herr and Megan Christopherson Hoisington.

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