Harriette Herrera faculty papers
Scope and Contents
The Harriette Herrera faculty papers consist of course materials, syllabi, and lecture materials from various workshops and conferences. This collection also includes College of Education administrative documents written or contributed to by Herrera.
Conditions Governing Access
This collection is open for research use.
Biographical / Historical
Harriette Herrera received her Master of Education degree in Reading and Learning Disabilities from the DePaul University College of Education, and later joined the faculty of the university. As a multilingual educator with more than 20 years of experience, Herrera specialized in early childhood, elementary, and bilingual education. During her years at DePaul, Herrera served as Director of Field Experiences for Early Childhood Education and coordinator of DePaul's Reading and Learning Lab. She also acted as a consultant for various education task forces and was an advisor to the Governor's Office of Early Childhood Education. Herrera died in 2013.
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Language of Materials
The Harriette Herrera faculty papers are organized into three series: 1. Workshops and Presentations; 2. Administrative Files; 3. Course Materials. Each series is arranged chronologically, with undated material at the end.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Unknown 2013; JMC 2014
- College teachers--Archival resources--Illinois--Chicago Subject Source: Unspecified ingested source
- Educators--Archival resources--Illinois--Chicago Subject Source: Unspecified ingested source
- Guide to Harriette Herrera faculty papers
- Unknown 2013; JMC 2014
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- Finding aid written in English