The University Archives encourages and supports the use of its collection in the classroom and aids academic departments as they address program goals related to the use of primary sources (correspondence, photographs, etc.) Read more about instructional services provided to faculty and instructors by University Archives.
Wylie House Museum
Wylie House Museum and the Morton C. Bradley, Jr. Education center afford instructors the opportunity to teach in unique learning environments with access to a variety of 19th century domestic artifacts and a rich collection of 19th century documents and photographs. Read more information about faculty resources at Wylie House Museum, including
- scheduling tours and/or use of classroom space
- opportunities to integrate primary source materials such as maps and financial records, or
- consulting with museum staff on how the museum, historic gardens, and collections may support course content, assignments, and research projects.