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Charlotte Mason Digital Collection (CMDC): Welcome

Troubleshooting and tips for searching the database

CMDC on WorldCat & Internet Archive

To search, go here. For help with searching, creating an account, and creating lists, see the Tabs above under CMDC on WorldCat.

For help with searching inside the full-text documents, see the Tabs under CMDC on Internet Archive.

Interest in Charlotte Mason continues, as is evidenced by the books, dissertations and articles being published (see below).

Welcome to the Charlotte Mason Digital Collection (CMDC)

The Charlotte Mason Digital Collection Today (Videos)

Visit our CMDC Videos page (tab above) to see several  videos about the impact of the Charlotte Mason Digital Collection today.

Charlotte Mason (1842-1923) was a British educator who devoted her life to improving the quality of children’s education.  In 2009-11, this database was created to provide digital access to Mason's manuscripts, letters, and other archival documents housed in Ambleside, UK, where she established her teacher’s college. Interest in Charlotte Mason continues, as is evidenced by the books, dissertations and articles being published (see below).  Schools are being designed in the US and UK which apply Mason’s ideas in the twenty-first century. Teachers who follow the Ontario Curriculum and home educators across North America are weaving Mason’s ideas into their educational practice. The Charlotte Mason Digital Collection attracts a growing number of visitors every month as well as a steady flow of enquiries from all over North America and the UK. It plays an important role in this emerging area of scholarship and educational practice.  Most of the following publications are available in the library at Redeemer University College, or online.  Some are on our subscription databases, which are freely available to all while visiting our campus. Off-campus access is available to current Redeemer students and faculty via the Redeemer network password.

Books (Most Recent First)

Articles (Most Recent First)

Dissertations & Theses (Most Recent First)

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