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How To Conduct Research in the IU Libraries University Archives

Instruction

The IU Libraries 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. Utilizing primary sources in the classroom helps undergraduate and graduate students develop necessary critical research skills. The collections are rich in breadth and depth and, upon consultation with an archivist, it is likely that instructors can find materials related to their various academic disciplines.

Click here to learn more about instructional services offered in the IU Archives. 

Please contact Carrie Schwier, Outreach and Public Services Archivist, for more information about instruction sessions. Email: clschwie@indiana.edu

IU undergrads researching in the IU Archives.

Indiana University undergraduates conducting primary source research in the IU Archives