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About us

What is the ECLRC?

The Early Childhood Learning and Resource Center (ECLRC) is a university-based resource center linked to the Schwartz Graduate Program in Early Childhood Studies at the Paul Baerwald School of Social Work and Social Welfare and the School of Education of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
 
Activities of the ECLRC are funded through the generosity of the Harold and Libby Ziff Foundation.

Who may use the ECLRC?

All early childhood students and practitioners are welcome to take advantage of the Center's resources. Over the years, the Center has provided professional guidance to a vast array of Israeli early childhood professionals: instructors, trainers, day-care center directors, family day care administrators, and more.

What does the ECLRC provide?

The ECLRC maintains a lending library of written and audio-visual resources overing a range of topics relevant to work with infants, toddlers, and their families. These resources may be borrowed for use in either academic pursuits or field work.

Alongside its function as a lending library, the ECLRC also provides visitors with guidance and assistance in their professional work:
 
  • Helping early childhood professionals plan supervision sessions and training workshops for parents and providers.
  • Providing guided assistance and access to university-based computerized academic databases in related fields.
Over the years, the ECLRC has developed and implemented a number of projects in the field.

For more information on ECLRC activities in the field, click on these documents:
 

Where is the ECLRC located?

The ECLRC is situated in the library of Hebrew University's School of Education, Mt. Scopus campus. Click here for a map.

When is the ECLRC open to the public?

The ECLRC operates as a drop-in center on Mondays , between the hours of 15 pm and 19 pm, from September through July. Appointments for especially-tailored individual and group meetings can be made by calling 02-588-2347.
 
 
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