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Learn about education resources, research, and services at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
The Education Collection in the Social Sciences, Health, and Education Library (SSHEL) supports the instructional and research programs in the College of Education, the Council of Teacher Education, and the faculty and students in other departments with programs that include particular aspects of education. Currently the collection numbers about 240,000 volumes, most of them in the central bookstacks of the Main Library. The collection includes areas such as early childhood, elementary, secondary, higher, continuing, multicultural, special, and human resource education, as well as philosophy of education, educational policy, educational psychology, curriculum and instruction, reading, testing and measurement, and educational administration. The collection is complemented by 58,000 volumes in the Curriculum Collection of elementary and secondary classroom materials and over 152,000 volumes in the School Collection of children's and young adult literature.
Please direct all comments or requests for information to Nancy O'Brien, Education Librarian (217-333-2408).