What We Offer
UB Special Collections & Archives offers instruction sessions and supports the use of archival collection materials in classroom learning. By including primary source research in classroom projects and student work, we can assist undergraduate and graduate students as they learn valuable primary source literacy, information literacy, digital literacy, visual literacy, and research skills. Our collections document UB history and Baltimore regional 20th century history. Through consultation with an archivist, instructors can find materials related to their various academic courses or student interests and incorporate them into archives instruction sessions for individual classes.
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Ready to Plan an Instruction Session?
Are you interested in creating projects, assignments, or exercises in your classes using primary sources? Contact us to partner up!
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