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Curriculum and Instruction.

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The WorldCat database allows you to search a combined catalog of most of the libraries in North America, and many in other parts of the world. Items not owned by FAU may be ordered through the Interlibrary Loan service.

Subject Terms for Curriculum and Instruction

The following is a partial list of subject headings related to Curriculum and Instruction that can be used to locate books and other items in the FAU Libraries Catalog.

  • Curriculum Change
  • Curriculum Evaluation
  • Curriculum Planning
  • Instructional Systems
  • Teaching 

 

Subject Sections

Curriculum Planning

Call Number: LB 1570, LB 2806.15

Teaching Methods (General)

Call Number: LB 1025.3

Find Doctoral Dissertations

What's a Call Number?

Did you find a book you wanted in the library catalog?  If so, refer to its call number, found in its catalog record.  Every book is assigned a call number.  Books and library materials are generally organized by call number in the FAU Libraries.

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What's a Call Number?

Refer to call numbers to find our books on the shelves. Every book is assigned a call number which tells you where in the library you can find it.  For more help, watch our short tutorial.

Last updated on Oct 7, 2022 3:10 PM