E-mail: aems@illinois.edu
Phone: 217-333-9597

The Asian Educational Media Service (AEMS) helps educators find multimedia resources for teaching about Asia in order to promote understanding of Asian cultures and peoples.

Career Center Resource Library

715 S. Wright Street
Champaign, IL 61820

西藏11选5-足球直播 Phone: 217-333-0820

Want in-depth information about a career topic? Stop by our library to check out books on career exploration, job hunting, and more!

East Asian Languages and Cultures Library

2050 Foreign Languages Building
707 S. Mathews Ave.
Urbana, IL 61801

西藏11选5-足球直播The EALC has its own reference library for use by faculty and graduate students. The library includes reference materials, periodicals, and books on China, Japan, and Korea. The library is also used for conversation tables and other student activities.

Giertz Education Center

Krannert Center for the Performing Arts
500 East Peabody Drive
Champaign, IL 61820

E-mail: renken2@illinois.edu

西藏11选5-足球直播The Giertz Education Center lends education materials to schools, libraries, and other community sites. Available materials include DVDs, hands-on kits (containing objects, background information, and lesson plans), poster prints, teacher resources, and art replicas.

Illinois Early Intervention Clearinghouse Lending Library

College of Education
ECAP Collaborative
Children’s Research Center, Room 20
51 Gerty Drive
Champaign, IL 61820

西藏11选5-足球直播Our free lending library consists of books, journals, and DVDs related to early childhood, parenting, and young children with special needs. You can use our electronic catalog to search the library collection.

Illinois Fire Service Institute Library

11 Gerty Drive
Champaign, IL 61820

E-mail: fsi-library@illinois.edu
西藏11选5-足球直播 Phone: 217-333-8925

The Illinois Fire Service Institute Library (IFSI Library) provides fire/emergency library and information assistance and services to the Institute’s instructional staff, students, Illinois fire departments and firefighters, and other fire/emergency-related users in the successful and effective performance of their jobs.

The Library selects, acquires, organizes, maintains, utilizes and disseminates fire/emergency literature and media resources internally and externally, with the objective of furnishing accurate, up-to-date, timely, complete and relevant information assistance on the optimum usage of the facilities.

Women’s Resources Center Library

616 E. Green Street, Suite 202
Champaign, IL 61820

E-mail: womenscenter@illinois.edu
西藏11选5-足球直播 Phone: 217-333-3137

At the Women’s Resources Center we have tried to keep on hand materials of interest to students related to women, gender expression, issues that affect women, literature by and about women, films and music and other publications. Additionally, we have pamphlets and brochures especially relevant to supporting individuals who have experienced trauma or are trying to get assistance to recover from issues such as addiction, eating disorders, or discrimination. We also have a fairly broad collection of ’zines (self-published “magazines” generally artistic and/or political in nature). All materials are available for check-out with identification. The library is available during any hours the WRC is open.