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EDU 307: Literacy in the Content Field: Home

Prof. Erin Counihan, Spring 2020


"...Review and compile a list of print, digital, and community resources that can be used to support literacy in your content area – resources that teachers can use to plan or that students can use to support content." 

Books in the Library Collection

Explore the Miller Library shelves for education-related books in our collection with these call numbers:

Methods Books

DHistory (including teaching resources)

GEEnvironmental Sciences (including teaching activities)

L:  Education

LA:  History of Education

LB:  Theory and practice of education (including specific content areas) 

LCSpecial Aspects of Education (for example, pop culture in the classroom)

MT: Music Instruction

PE: English Language (including teaching resources) 

PR: English Literature (including teaching resources) 

QScience (including teaching resources)

QA:  Mathematics (including teaching resources)

Trade Books

PN: Literature - General

PN441-1009.5 Literary History
PN1010-1525 Poetry
PN1600-3307 Drama
PN3311-3503 Prose
PN4001-4355 Oratory
PN4390-4500 Diaries, Letters, Essays

PN4699-5650 Journalism
PN6010-6790 Collections of General literature

PZ:  Juvenile Fiction




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What's This?

The library's discovery tool gives you the chance to search books and online resources at the same time. You can immediately limit your search results by selecting "Full Text" or "Peer Reviewed." Or, by selecting "Catalog Only," you are limiting your search to only those materials owned by the library.

Selected Library Databases

Some Online Inspiration

The Horn Book Magazine is independent, opinionated, and stylish. It has long been essential for everyone who cares about children’s and young adult literature. 


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