Many relevant materials can be found in the L call number range, but because Education is such a wide and inter-disciplinary field, useful resources can also be found in other subject areas, including sociology, child development, and psychology.
HERE is a link to a list of the subject headings in the library's collection.
The pdf below includes a detailed breakdown of the Library of Congress' L Class:
Below you will find a list of print reference sources available in the Information Commons on the main floor of the library. Some have digital counterparts available through the library website.
CREDOReference is a digital collection of reference books (encyclopedias, handbooks, dictionaries, and more) in all subject areas. It is searchable and available online through the library's list of Digital Resources. The Education Topic Page will give an overview and include some key reference titles in education, (e.g. The Encyclopedia of Special Education or The Encyclopedia of Child Development). The Concept Map offers a visual map of some of the areas covered by the different sources.
Use any combination of the following terms to focus your search for books in the Fontbonne Library.
Classic Catalog (for books, DVDs, MOBIUS, etc.)
Early Childhood Education -- Activity Programs. Early Childhood Education -- Activity Programs -- United States. Early Childhood Education -- Case Studies. Early Childhood Education -- United States -- Curricula.
Early Childhood Education -- Government Policy -- United States. Early Childhood Education -- Moral And Ethical Aspects. Early Childhood Education -- Parent Participation. Early Childhood Education -- Philosophy.
Early Childhood Teachers -- Conduct Of Life. Human information processing in children. Imagery (Psychology) in children. Perception in children. Play. Play -- Case Studies. Play -- Psychological Aspects.