Welcome to the Curriculum Materials Center!
The Curriculum Materials Center is a resource center supported by the University of Dayton's School of Education and Health Sciences. It is located on the 6th floor of Raymond L. Fitz Hall.
Did you know?: The CMC originally opened in July 1966. In July 1977, it was renamed in honor of Brother Louis Faerber, the Dean of Education at the time.
What's available at the CMC?
This library lends professional and practical teaching materials, including:
- Education books
- Children’s literature
- Young adult literature
- Elementary textbooks
- Secondary textbooks
- Teaching aids
- Math and science manipulatives
- Language-building games
- Instructional DVDs
- Material kits
- Standardized tests & protocols
- Information files
The collection also includes education periodicals and reference materials.
additional resources available
The CMC also offers access to the following resources:
- Ellison & AccuCut die cut machine
- Binding machine
- Paper cutter
- Four computer workstations (print, scan & copy items using your FlyerCard)
find CMC items online
Wondering if the CMC has the item you're looking for? To locate CMC items online, visit the Roesch Library's catalog, click on "Advanced Search," and set the location field to "Curriculum Materials Center." CMC's materials also circulate through OhioLINK and interlibrary loan.