|Spring Regular Hours|
The CMC is closed during semester breaks, holidays and football game day.
The Curriculum Materials Center (CMC), a division of the University of Central Florida Libraries, is located in the Education Complex, ED 194. The CMC provides representative K-12 materials for preview, analysis and circulation, primarily to the students, faculty, and the Staff of UCF, and the Florida community at large. The CMC, a service oriented branch library, plays a unique role in empowering learners with information literacy skills, providing an open space for creativity and collaboration, and shaping superior future educators.
CMC operating hours are: Monday-Thursday 7:45 am-9:00 pm, Friday 7:45 am-5:00 pm, Saturday 8:00 am-5:00 pm, Sunday - Closed. The CMC collections are indexed in ALEPH, the UCF Library catalog. The CMC Collection Development Statement supports the procurement of these unique collections. To identify CMC materials in the catalog records, look for CMC in the Location field, which is next to the item's Call Number. Although the primary patron community of the CMC is the College of Education, all UCF students are welcome. UCF community members with a UCF ID or a Special Borrower's card may also check out CMC circulating materials. For details regarding checkout policies, please see our Circulation information.
The CMC comfortably seats forty students at study tables and has two group study room. The CMC also provides access to twenty seven computer workstations, two scanners, DVD Recorder and VHS players, and 12 netbooks, which are available for two hour in-library checkout. All computers and netbooks have access to the Internet, multimedia applications, and the UCF Library catalog (ALEPH). SPSS software is located on four computers facing the biography section. Printing is available using a UCF ID and photocopying is available using a UCF ID or cash.
The CMC Production Lab provides access to production and multimedia equipment that can be used in preparing class projects. Lab resources include two Ellison Letter machines, a large roll laminator, overhead and opaque projectors, paper cutters, and a spiral binding machine. The lab also contains two multi-media workstations; each with 27 in color TV monitors and combination DVD/VCR players. Tape recorders, an audio cassette player, and a record player are also available for checkout. A digital camera and digital camcorder are available for in-library use.
CMC tours and orientations are scheduled by request each semester to meet individual class needs. Faculty may schedule orientations by contacting the CMC at 407-823-2791. CMC Orientation online version is also available. Some faculty members orient their classes to the CMC collections and lab themselves, and individual classes occasionally meet in the center when students are working with CMC materials.
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Last updated September 16, 2014 7:58:30 AM