Ball State University Archives & Special Collections offers custom-tailored primary source and archival literacy instructional sessions for classes in all academic disciplines that provide students the experience of 1) viewing, 2) identifying 3) searching, 4) interpreting, 5) evaluating, or 6) creating primary source archival material in print and digital formats.
Instructional sessions incorporate archival material from the following collection areas: Digital Repositories, Drawings and Documents Archive, Middletown Studies Collection, Special Collections and Rare Books, Stoeckel Archives of Local History, University Archives
...that allow students to gain:
Instruction sessions are designed using a student-centered approach, emphasizing learning outcomes that develop research skills and foster creative expression. Learn more about learning outcomes of our instruction sessions.
Examples of Sessions
Learn more about the diverse set of instruction sessions that we offer for a variety of undergraduate and graduate courses across many fields and disciplines.
Planning an Instruction Session
For more information on scheduling and planning a class or tour, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or (765) 285-5078.
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