A collaborative space where EBSS members can quickly find, contribute to, and modify information. The wiki is primarily for committee projects and publications. There is no review before modifications are accepted; however, someone may choose to edit your content.
Education Librarian's Toolbox
A springboard that librarians can use to help them in education librarianship. The resources included within this site were selected by education librarians serving as members of the EBSS Reference Sources & Services Committee.
Guidelines for Curriculum Materials Centers
Curriculum materials centers are essential to the instructional and research needs of students and faculty in programs preparing educators for P-12 schools. These guidelines describe essential elements of administration, services, and collections for curriculum materials centers in all university and college settings.
Library Resources for Communication Studies
A springboard that librarians, students, and researchers can use to find information in the area of communication studies. It is not exhaustive, rather it includes the core or primary resources within each category. Resources included are those EBSS librarians find helpful in their work. Pages also include a Webliography and list of Reference Sources.
Resources for Psychology Librarians
These pages are designed to serve as a resource in assisting librarians who have recently assumed responsibilities in psychology (with particular emphasis on reference and acquisitions) and more generally, to provide a starting point for any librarian interested in exploring the field of psychology.
Social Work Liaisons Toolkit
A collection of useful resources for social work liaisons and social work researchers.
A Statistical Directory for Education & Social Science Librarians
This entry was compiled by the EBSS Reference Sources & Services Committee, a division of the Association of College and Research Libraries. We created this directory with the goal of creating a resource for librarians who regularly need to find statistics for their patrons. We welcome additions or comments.