Welcome To The Professional Resource Center (PRC)!
Notice: The Professional Resource Center and AT Lending Library are both closed for summer break.
*Resources are not checked out during the summer months. We will reopen on Monday, August 29th. Staff will respond to your requests then.
Email requests can be sent to email@example.com.
Have a relaxing and fun-filled summer break!
We look forward to serving you during the 2016-2017 school year. Below are directions for the online catalog featuring our resources. Just a reminder that no password is needed to access our catalog. All requests can be emailed to Dawn Shelbourn using the following address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please use our online catalog to view items available through the Professional Resource Center.
Items from the CESA 2 PRC Library can be viewed by following one of the following three steps:
1) Library Catalog (Click on this link to view items in our Library. Library name is CESA 2 Library. No password is needed.)
2) Type http://opac.libraryworld.com into the Toolbar area of a Web browser. This will bring up the OPAC login page. (Enter the Library name which is CESA 2 Library. No password is needed.)
3) Use a smart phone to search the CESA 2 Library. A special web application has been designed with smart phones and tablets in mind. You can access the site at: http://www.libraryworld.com/ipac.html (Enter the Library name which is CESA 2 Library. No password is needed.)
To Place Your Order:
Highlight the items placed on the "Clipboard", copy, and paste the listing into an e-mail to Dawn Shelbourn at email@example.com.
Please note: First time users of the AT Lending Library must complete and submit the AT Lending Library Form.
The ATLC is a statewide lending library (www.atlclibrary.org) of high-end (costing $4000 or more) augmentative and alternative communication devices. These devices are available for loan purposes only to Wisconsin LEA public school licensed professional educators for trial with children ages 3 to 18 who have IEPs and are enrolled in public schools, or with students age 19-21 who are enrolled in a Wisconsin LEA school program and have an IEP.