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Italian Resource Center in Italian

              Elihu Burritt Library, CCSU, Rm. 304
1615 Stanley St.
           New Britain, CT 06050 
           Tel. (860) 832-0103 or (860) 832-2886
           E-mail the coordinator: Dr. Maria Passaro

 or the assistant

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The Italian Resource Center promotes and supports the teaching of Italian  in Connecticut, thanks to the Partnership among the Consulate General of Italy in New York, and  the department of Modern Languages of the Central Connecticut State University, in collaboration with the Italian American Committee on Education (IACE), which sponsors and supervises its activities.

The Center is equipped with books, multimedia materials, and cultural resources indispensable to the teaching and diffusion of the Italian language and culture. It regularly organizes professional development workshops for teachers of Italian in Connecticut, and other educational, cultural and social activities related to Italy.

The Italian Resource Center is located in Rm. 304, on the third floor of the Elihu Burritt  Library at the Central Connecticut State University (CCSU) in New Britain.

By visiting the Center, teachers and students of Italian can borrow a variety of didactic resources, and receive assistance in their work and study. The Center is open to educational institutions, researchers, teachers, and to all those who are interested in Italian language, culture and society.