Leazes Road Library
Leazes Road Library is situated in the Main Building of the School of Education on Leazes Road. It includes resources for all subjects, serving as library for the College of St Hild and St Bede. The Library contains a large collection of books and journals on the study and practice of Education, and a Teaching Resources Centre (TRC), which contains a wide range of children's books and classroom learning materials and may offer resources and services for local teachers.There is also a collection of school teaching resources at Queen's Campus Library, Stockton.
Access is by campus card only on evenings and weekends. Visitors should attend during daytime opening hours.
The Leazes Road Library is situated in the Main Building of the School of Education on Leazes Road, at Durham campus (travel information).
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As well as University members, Leazes Road Library provides resources and services for local teachers. External day visitors are also welcome - please bring bring photo ID and proof of your address.
Please check our Access for Visitors page for eligibility.
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Documentation collections and Teaching Resources Centre
Leazes Road Library includes a set of Government Publications, this collection includes UK government reports, statistics and legislation related to education. This collection can be found in the catalogue at the GOV shelfmark.
Teaching Resources Centre
The Library contains the School of Education's large Teaching Resources Centre (TRC), which contains a wide range of childrens' books and classroom learning materials. There is also a collection of school teaching resources at Queen's Campus Library, Stockton.
School of Education
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