Workshop: Ashleigh Coren, "Teaching the Archive in Your Undergraduate Classes"

December 6, 2018
4:00 - 5:30 PM
3132 Tawes Hall

This teaching workshop offers the chance to incorporate UMD's Libraries' Special Collections into the teaching of undergraduate classes. The university's unique collections showcase various subjects including 19th and 20th century American History, Race and Gender Studies, Environmental History, Japanese History, Media Studies, Labor History, the history of the state of Maryland, among other subjects.

Special Collections work with faculty to do the following:

  • Hosting course or subject-specific single class visits
  • Curating selections of our material which can be served to learners in our library or online
  • Designing instructional material, such as lesson plans, slide decks, or syllabi
  • Creating course or subject-specific Research Guides


For more information contact: Liam Daley (