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Early Childhood Education: Home

Here you will find library and internet resources for research on topics and issues in Early Childhood Education

Introduction Early Child Development Resources


Child Development Center | First Baptist Church

This guide will give information on resources including books, databases, journals, and websites that may help students in classes for Childhood Development do the research they may need.

The Early Childhood Education Program at College of the Redwoods allows students to explore the most current and innovative theories and practices of Early Childhood Education. In addition to course work, students have opportunities to work directly with children in a child development setting. The program offers a certificate and an Associate of Science degree in Early Childhood Education that prepares students for transfer to four-year programs or for employment in child care and education. An Associate of Science degree is available as well for non-transfer. Course work enables students to meet licensing requirements for teacher and director under California laws and regulations. A Certificate of Achievement is available in Early Childhood Education at CR. Check for more classes and details at the ECE Department Website. The library supports student success in these programs by providing selected resources.


For Del Norte and Distance Education students

Online resources are set up to be accessible to all students from any location at any time. You may be prompted to login using your WebAdvisor ID and your eight digit birth date.  Physical format books from Eureka can be requested and delivered to Del Norte, and vice versa. 


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Terri Bonow
College of the Redwoods Library
7351 Thompkins Hill Rd. Eureka, Ca. 95501

Citation Styles

Always ask your instructor what citation style should be used for research projects. See below for links to helpful resources.