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We're offering virtual office hours for Princeton faculty who are planning to teach with Special Collections materials in Spring 2021.
Do you have an idea for a class session, but aren't sure how to bring it to a virtual environment?
Are you interested in creating an assignment using Special Collections?
Do you want to introduce Special Collections to your class but you're not sure how to get started?
VISIT US VIRTUALLY!
Staff are available by appointment on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons from 3-4pm EST and Wednesday morning from 9-10am EST to meet via Zoom. Just pick a day/time that works for you. Each session is for 30 minutes.
To book an appointment, go to our online scheduler, answer a few questions about your course, and we'll schedule the right person to help you plan for Spring.
Here are some of the new services we offered in the Fall:
- Pre-recorded videos using collection materials
- Live sessions featuring collections via Zoom
- Digital facsimiles shared via Canvas/Blackboard
Let us know how we can help you prepare for the Spring semester!
Please note that materials held in the Seeley G. Mudd Manuscript Library, including the Princeton University Archives and the Public Policy Papers, will not be accessible during the Spring semester due to the current renovation. If you would like to teach with these collections, please let us know. We have many digital options that may meet your needs.
You can also contact us at any time through our Ask a Question form.