Classes and Presentations Offered
Special Collections and University Archives Staff members engage students at multiple learning levels, supporting the learning outcomes for each class with instruction on archival research techniques and presentations centered upon our unique collections. Popular subjects of classes and presentations requested by faculty include overviews of UNCG history and primary source and archival research methods. Additionally, we provide individualized instructional support for concept and special interest classes. We welcome the opportunity to creatively collaborate with faculty and are eager to develop presentations and instruction to enrich the student learning experience.
Who Can Schedule a Class
Any instructional staff and faculty associated with UNCG can schedule a class or presentation with Special Collections and University Archives. Additionally, we offer presentations to non-teaching staff, faculty, and student organizations upon request.
Our department invites civic and social groups to enquire about guided tours, presentations, and preservation workshops. Please contact the Special Collections and University Archives at email@example.com or 336.334.5246.
Scheduling a Class Visit
If you would like more information about scheduling a class session in Special Collections and University Archives, designing an assignment using our collections, referring students to our collections, or seeing whether Special Collections and University Archives has materials relevant to a class you are teaching, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 336.334.5246. Please also review the information at Using the Collections for useful tips on preparing for your visit.