Instruction Sessions

Special Collections provides innovative and high-impact support for undergraduate and graduate curricula by helping faculty identify primary source materials that align with course objectives and student learning outcomes. Our team is skilled in creating and presenting workshops, instruction sessions, and learning objects that help students develop awareness of special collections, archives, rare books, and related resources. To inquire about a workshop or instruction session, complete our course request form. Please allow 1-2 months for virtual course preparation.

Arts & Sciences

Women & Work
HIS 6939: Seminar in the Americas: Women & Work in the US, 1870-Present
Eighteenth Century Britons: At Home and Abroad
ENL 4112: Eighteenth-Century British Novel
History of the Book
ENL 4311: The Tales of Chaucer and Agbabi
Primary Source Document Hub
HIS 3002: History Research & Methods
The American Empire
HIS 4936: Part 1 | Part 2
Women & Crime Fiction
LIT 4386: British and American Literature by Women
Intro to Literary Methodology
ENG 3014: Literary Methodology