Use the library catalog (Search@CULibraries) to find books! Locate print books, eBooks, DVDs, and videos. We own a variety of materials on teaching strategies, educational theory, and curriculum development. We also have a collection of children’s books and curriculum materials. Access eBooks and read them online from any computer. eBooks have the same content as the print version, but the entire text is online.
Five weeks go by fast, so waiting for an interlibrary loan (or a book from us) to arrive may not be possible. Because of this, you may want to locate a particular book at a library near you. Search WorldCat to see which libraries in your area own the book you need.
Books can be shipped to an address you designate (home or office, for example). The Library will cover the cost of shipping the materials to you; you must pay for the cost of return shipping.
To return books to the library, you may deliver them in person or mail them. If returning books by mail, they should be appropriately packaged to ensure safe return to the University and shipped by a trackable delivery source (e.g., UPS). All due dates for return of materials, as outlined in the Circulation Policy, apply to mailed materials.
Materials from the current and bound periodicals collection, the reference collection, the Curriculum Lab, the map collection, and materials housed in the Science Library may not be shipped off campus.
Copies of articles from the library's print collection can be emailed to you. To request a mailed book or emailed article from the CU library's print collection, use the Interlibrary Loan Login and note that the item is in print at Concordia.