Learning Resource Center South

Equipment/facility: Facility

  • Location

    United States

Description

Housed on the ground floor of James Hall in the Center for Access, Success and Equity (CASE) in the College of Education, the LRC-South offers materials and resources that support the education of students with disabilities, helping them to succeed and to achieve in the least restrictive environment.

The LRC-South at Rowan University is a partnership with the New Jersey Department of Education Office of Special Education and 100% funded by federal Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) Part B funds (CFDA #84.027A).

Membership to the LRC-South is available to the Rowan community and the general public for just $2.00 per year cash only.

The LRC-South offers a variety of services including the following:

•Training & Consultations: In-service workshops, webinars, and technical assistance to educators and parents of students with disabilities.
•Production Area: An open workroom with laminators, Ellison machines, poster printers, button makers, and much more.
•Resource Lending Library: An extensive collection of current resources. To browse our online database click here.
•Monthly Events: A variety of activities, including Make It & Take It!, Family/Community Events, Educator Workshops, and Webinar.
•Mobile Outreach: Free delivery of classroom materials and resources to your school's office.

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