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The Charles and Renate Frydman Educational Resource Center
The Educational Resource Center (ERC) is an academic support unit of the College of Education and Human Services. It provides intellectual and physical access to current state-of-the-art materials, equipment and services benefiting educators, human services professionals, students, and others. Its mission is to serve as a role model in the use of technology and to offer support in preparing exemplary professionals. The ERC strives to provide leadership, instruction, and consulting assistance in the use of instructional technology. The Instructional Materials Center and the Media Production Lab are both parts of the Educational Resource Center.
ERC Hours of Operation

The ERC will be closed from December 14th January 12th for renovation. When the ERC closes on Friday, December 13th, we will not be open for business until 8:00am January 13th, when we will resume with our Spring Semester schedule.

During this time:

ERC materials may be renewed and returned at Dunbar Library (937-775-2525). If you request items to be picked up at the ERC during this time, they will be available for pick up at the Dunbar Library.



Fall and Spring Semesters*
Monday - Thurs.: 8:00 AM - 8:30 PM
Friday: 8 AM - 4 PM
Saturday: 9 AM - 1 PM
Sunday: 1 PM - 5 PM

Summer Semester* :
Monday - Thursday: 8 AM - 5 PM
Friday: 8 AM - 4 PM
Saturday & Sunday: Closed

Semester Breaks:
Tuesday & Thursday: 1PM 5PM (During Winter Break, call the ERC at (937) 775-2878 for open hours.)

The ERC is closed all holidays observed by Wright State University.

* The hours in the Media Production Lab may vary depending on classes offered in that lab. The schedule is subject to change without notice.


Educational Resource Center
116 Allyn Hall
Wright State University
3640 Colonel Glenn Highway
Dayton, OH 45435
(937) 775-2878 or 2883
Fax: (937) 775-2059


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Instructional
Materials Center (IMC)

The Instructional Materials Center is a library-type setting. It offers print and non-print materials for classroom instruction and research. Space is provided for study purposes, for meetings and for accessing computers.

The Center’s resource materials are cataloged and listed with the Wright State University Library database. When using the catalog searches may be modified/limited to items available in the ERC's IMC. more>>

Media Production Lab (MPL)
The Educational Resource Center’s Media Production Lab is a hands-on instructional lab. It is designed for teaching the methods and procedures for producing audio and/or visual materials quickly, inexpensively, and attractively for instructional purposes. The lab may be used by anyone wanting to produce materials to be used in an educational setting. more>>

WebCheck Fingerprinting
The ERC offers an electronic scan fingerprinting service for civilian background checks. more >>

Praxis Exams Study Guides
The Educational Resource Center is interested in helping our students successfully prepare for taking the Praxis exams. The Center makes available for use and checkout Praxis study guides in the various subjects. more>>

Dayton Holocaust Resource Center
Housed within the Center are teaching materials donated by the Dayton Holocaust Resource Center. This nationally recognized collection of Holocaust teaching materials, i.e. books, curriculum guides, videos and education files, is one of the most extensive collections of its kind in the Midwest. These items are available for local checkout or may be requested through OhioLink.

Of special interest, Faces of the Holocaust, is a unique series of videos produced at Wright State University. Each video is done in an interview format. Some interviews are eyewitness accounts told by survivors or observers. Other stories are told by descendents of survivors. Some are first-hand reports by liberators and by protectors of Holocaust Jews.