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Lending Library

Lending LibraryLibrary Services:

The Office of Canadian Studies Education Outreach offers educators over 2,000 trade books, reference books, teachers guides, pictures books, youth fiction, maps, periodicals, tourism materials, videos/DVDs, sound recordings, and a small, varied collection of objects for a Canada Day.

Recommended Canada Unit resources: an illustrated, annotated list

Note: Visiting the library is by appointment only.


Would you like help..

  • Designing a class or a unit using Canadian content or incorporating a Canadian perspective?
  • Selecting material to adapt your curriculum to include Canadian content aligned to the Frameworks/Learning Results?

The staff of the Teacher Resources Library is qualified to assist K-12 and post-secondary educators by providing leads to additional sources of information, resources and materials.

You are welcome to make an appointment for assistance. There is no charge for this service.


If you are a school district looking for assistance in organizing professional development offerings please contact Betsy Arntzen, Office director.
Teacher Resource Library anytime by phone, (207) 581-4225 or by email,

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Tuition-free Summer Institute for K-12 educators
July 21-August 10, 2014
"Borders and Borderlands: The Acadian Experience in Maine"
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Contact Information

Canadian Studies Outreach to K-12 Professionals - Northeast National Resource Center on Canada

MAINE: Betsy Arntzen
Canadian-American Center
154 College Ave., Orono, ME 04473

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NEW YORK: Amy Sotherden
Center for the Study of Canada/
Institute on Quebec Studies
133 Court St., Plattsburgh, NY 12901

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