This guide introduces you to the Instructional Materials Collection and enables you to search or browse through it. It also includes access to online resources related to children's literature.
The Instructional Materials Collection (IMC) consists of a variety of applied educational resources and teachers' materials to support the education program. It includes a comparative selection of K-12 teachers' editions of textbooks, teachers' guides, lesson planning materials, and instructional aids. The IMC Reading Collection consists of multicultural literature and nonfiction to supplement the theoretical-based materials of the general education collection.
This version of Search@UW includes only results from Cofrin Library's IMC and IMC Reading Collections.
The IMC is located on the fourth floor of Cofrin Library in Green Bay. You can browse the collection records online:
Browse popular and recently published works by subject area, including art and music, education theory and practice, history, language, literature, mathematics, science, and social studies.
Browse all of the multicultural literature and nonfiction in the IMC Reading Collection by language, including languages of Asia and Oceania, Africa, the Middle East, Europe and its former colonies, as well as native languages of the Americas and translations into English.
These resources are available through either UW-Green Bay Libraries or BadgerLink, Wisconsin's Online Library.