Whether you are interested in introducing students to primary source literacy, archival research skills, or resources available in the University Archives and Special Collections, our archivists can tailor an in-person or digital instruction session for you.
Instruction sessions with the archives can be held in our department (up to 20 students), your classroom, or via video conferencing platforms. These sessions can cover an introduction to the archives and primary source literacy, materials relating to a specific topic, or guided archival research. For asynchronous instructtion, video modules and suggested assignments are available via our Using the Archives page under Instructional Tools. We are also able to create modules in Adobe Spark or for D2L Brightspace tailored to specific KSU courses upon request.
To plan an instruction session with one of our archivists, please contact us at email@example.com. An archivist will contact you shortly to discuss learning objectives and schedule a session.