Manitoba Curriculum Support Centre

The Manitoba Curriculum Support Centre provides teaching materials and services to support classroom activities, curriculum implementation, educational research, and professional learning to educators across the Province, including: K-12 teachers and staff, staff of registered early childhood education centres and programs, students in post-secondary programs related to education, instructors of education related post-secondary programs, Manitoba Education and Training staff, EAL and adult literacy instructors, and homeschooling parents. The Centre's online catalogue is available to browse.

Alternate Format Services (AFS)

To respond to needs identified by school divisions, Alternate Format Services (AFS) supports the education of students who are print handicapped (Blind/Visually Impaired, Physically Disabled, and Learning Disabled) by providing books in Alternate Formats (audiotape, braille, large print, and electronic text). AFS, in conjunction with the vision consultants, also provides Special Learning Equipment (loans and repair) for some severely disabled students and technology support for blind/visually impaired students. Vision screening training and equipment loans and repair, as well as post-secondary alternate format books, can also be accessed at this site.

DREF (Bibliothèque française)

La Direction des ressources éducatives françaises (DREF),  a library of the Manitoba Department of Education and Training, provides educators in the province with a range of instructional resources in a format that is both user-friendly and easily accessible on its web portal. The main purpose of the DREF is to make French-language instructional materials in various formats available to teachers from Kindergarten to Grade 12 at Français and Immersion schools, as well as at English Program schools offering French courses.