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CLLC-L120 Student Power: The Global History of Youth Activism


This course guide is meant to assist you as a student in CLLC-L120 Student Power to find resources for your assignment from the IU Archives

The primary mission of the University Archives is to collect, organize, preserve and make accessible records documenting Indiana University's origins and development and the activities and achievements of its officers, faculty, students, alumni and benefactors. With an estimated 18,000 cubic feet of records and papers in all formats, the University Archives is the largest and most comprehensive source of information on the history and culture of Indiana University. 

We invite and encourage public, students, staff, faculty, and researchers to use our collections, whether the purpose is for teaching, research, or pure curiosity.

If at any point you need assistance with this page, library resources, or research more generally, please let us know by clicking on our contact buttons on the left-hand side of any page within this guide.