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Learning Resource Library

About the Learning Resource Library

The Learning Resource Library (LRL) is a collaborative effort between the FHU Library and the School of Education. We especially want to ensure education students and faculty have library resources to successfully learn and teach; however, our materials can be used by all students, faculty, staff and their families. As a part of the FHU library, we abide by all of its policies, however, our hours may occasionally be different. The LRL is located on the ground floor of the Gardner Center (GC 11).

For general LRL information or inquiries, please call 731-989-6937.

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Over 16,000 easy reader, middle grade, and young adult books, big books, and book kits

Current, bound, & electronic journals

Equipment: opaque projector, MacBooks, printer/scanner/copier, press laminator, binding machine, die cuts (view shapes, patterns, letters, etc.), Cutout Maker (view all Cutout Maker shapes available)

K-12 textbooks & teaching manipulatives

Laminating, construction paper, poster board, & other basic school supplies may be purchased; see the LRL price list for more details.

Story Time

Story Times are led by FHU education major students and mediated by the library staff; they are held in the Gardner Center lower level conference room on certain Fridays of the academic year. In addition to a storybook reading, Story Time includes songs, a craft, an activity, and a snack. All children are welcome!

In the event of a change of plans, details will be posted on the FHU Library’s Facebook page. Please contact Melissa Hopkins at 731-989-6078 or at mhopkins@fhu.edu if you have any questions.