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RE 3240 World Literature for Children (Online): Overview

What's in this guide

This guide contains IMC and library resources that will help you to complete assignments for your class. In this guide you will find information on books and b-books, authors and illustrators, international cultures, evaluating diversity, evaluating reading level, and genre definitions. 

IMC Overview


Welcome to the Instructional Materials Center (IMC)! This video highlights the various types of materials we have available for you to use in this class.

Instructional Materials Center

The Instructional Materials Center is is a model pre-K-12 school library located on the lower level of Belk Library.

In it you'll find: 

  • Children's and Young Adult Literature (Fiction, Non-Fiction, Picture Books, Biographies, etc.)
  • Curriculum and Lesson Planning Ideas and Examples
  • Professional and Reference Collections
  • Manipulatives and Displays (Posters, Models, Puppets, Games)
  • K-12 Textbooks (both N.C. state adopted and supplementary)

We help you by:

  • Providing reference service to ASU students, faculty, and staff, as well as area educators and community members
  • Offering reading recommendations for all ages and reading levels
  • Hosting classes and workshops on finding and using library resources
  • Providing access to research materials (via the library catalog, databases, periodical indexes, and the Internet.)
  • Maintaining the "Idea Factory," a media production facility designed exclusively for education students and area educators

Education Librarian

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Jewel Davis
Belk Library IMC Room 033