In this issue, five contributors address how hands-on work with archives has been incorporated into undergraduate education. They each answer a series of five questions to report on what they have done, what has worked or not, and the value of bringing archives into the classroom–or the classroom into the archive. We invite you to read through the responses by author or by question.
Undergraduates in the Archives
How have you worked with undergraduates in archives and/or special collections?Read the Responses
What are the benefits of doing so, pedagogically and intellectually?Read the Responses
What has been your best experience or greatest success?Read the Responses
What are some of the challenges you have encountered?Read the Responses
How do you integrate archival work, logistically and practically, into your curriculum?Read the Responses