The Cho Educational Resource Center (ERC) is a branch of Regina Library and is located on the second floor of the Benoit Education Center building. The ERC houses a unique collection of materials that support curriculum development and lesson planning for students in the majors of education and counseling.
Unlike the Regina library, which contains many research based and theoretical works, the ERC contains items and materials that could be found in a typical classroom, such as textbooks, instructional kits, games, and educational software. Additionally, the ERC has a diverse collection of juvenile books, including picture books, easy readers, and nonfiction books. The project room offers a space for students to create cut outs for bulletin board projects, games, or books for classroom use. Students may also submit materials for lamination if they wish.The open main room, tables, and group study room foster an environment of collaboration and discussion among students working on group or individual projects.
Please use the navigation to the left to continue exploring the ERC pages to find out more information about the different resources available.
For ERC policy information, please see the Regina & ERC Policy page.
About Dr. Yong Gak Cho
The Cho Educational Resource Center is named in honor of Dr. Yong Gak Cho. Dr. Cho, who served as the Chairman of the Board of Dongduck University in Seoul, South Korea, received a Doctorate of Education (honoris causa) from Rivier University in 1992 in recognition of his educational leadership, for fostering a spirit of independence, and for inspiring quality in public service. Throughout his career as an educator, which began in 1948, Dr. Cho taught, served as a librarian and an administrator. Leading by example, he contributed generously of his time, skills, and means to educational, medical and corporate endeavors.
The Dr. Yong Gak Cho Educational Resource Center is a vibrant testimony to Dr. Cho’s dedication to educating people to serve the needs of the world’s children.