Most* Libraries are now open. Hours have changed. See temporary hours here.
*Ernie Pyle, Special Collections and Alamosa remain closed temporarily.
Holds may be picked up and materials may be checked out and returned.
Computers and seating are temporarily not available. Please make your visit brief.
We encourage everyone who can to stay home and use our online digital resources.

Teacher & Educator Resources

Elementary, middle, and high school teachers online resources.

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Museum of Indian Arts & Culture - Turquoise Water and SkyTurquoise is the gemstone of the Southwest, a stone that, especially when paired with silver, symbolizes the region for people around the world. Distinctive traditions for using turquoise in jewelry and other objects developed over many years reinforce that perception.

 

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New Mexico Museum of Art - Color and LineExplore lines, the starting point for most artistic creation. Learn about color theory and how to make colors look good together. This information is from an in-gallery exploration station, modified to an online version for you to enjoy at home!

 

Indian Pueblo Cultural Center - Pueblo Revolt CurriculumThe Indian Pueblo Cultural Center and Museum Education are excited to share a high school lesson that is themed around the Pueblo Revolt of 1680 from the Indigenous Wisdom curriculum. The lessons include the following core values: Love, Respect, Balance, and Service.

Additional resources for teachers and at-home learning can be found here!

 

Online Resources for Teachers Below: available with your library card

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