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Curriculum Audio-visual Collection
University of Alberta, Herbert T. Coutts Library

Subjects
School curriculum--Alberta; School curriculum--Canada

History
The collection began ca 1964. Working with both the Faculty of Education and the library administration, the late Dr. Laurence Wiedrick laid the ground work for a unique and sizeable collection.

Description
The Audio-Visual Collection is part of the library's Curriculum Collection. It consists of almost all of the media formats, with the exception of 16mm film. The collection includes maps, globes, charts, filmstrips, flash cards, pictures/slides, transparencies, CD-ROMs and other machine readable files, kits, dioramas, games, models, realia, sound recordings, and video recordings. The bulk of the collection consists of material published since 1980. Efforts are made to collect at least samples of the latest media formats developed for education. Items related to the Alberta school curriculum are emphasized.

Language
English.

Holdings
Approximately 25,000 titles.

Bibliographic Access
The collection is catalogued. LC subject headings and classification are used.

Physical Access
The collection is open to researchers. For further information visit: http://www.library.ualberta.ca/subject/education/library_info/index.cfm .

Interlibrary Loan: No.

Reprography: No.

Reference Assistance: Yes.

Publications Describing Collection
None at present