The Education Library Digital Collection includes historic materials from the University of Florida Education Library as well as various educational materials and modules related to the digital collections.
The UF Education Library is located in Norman Hall, and it began with a collection of educational methods books, started in 1939 in one room of the P.K. Yonge Laboratory School. These materials formed the nucleus of the collection which became the Education Library in 1950. The present facility opened January 2, 1980. In 1996, the Education Library was given a significant gift in the Haskel Hess Endowment fund. This fund will help support the library in bringing new technology and materials to the College of Education students in the future. For further information, please contact the Education Library at 352-273-2780 or you may contact our librarians via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Education Modules include lesson plans, syllabi, sample assignments, sample class projects, reading lists, modules around a particular theme, and other educational materials related to the digital collections. These materials are modules that other instructors can easily use. The Education Modules provide resources for instructors and for researchers. Researchers can use the modules to see some of the ways in which the collections have been used and can use the modules as entry points into the collections. Education Modules can be contributed following these guidelines.