Would you like to discuss innovative ways to incorporate primary source research into your course curriculum? Are you curious about how primary sources on campus might enhance your own research projects? Would you like to know more about the resources of the Lilly Library?
Staff members from the Public Services Department of the Lilly Library will be available every Tuesday from 1:00-3:00 in Room K of Wells Library’s new Scholars Commons to discuss ways in which you can utilize the Lilly Library’s vast holdings in your own research or in your class and assignment design. The Lilly Library’s Public Services Department conducts over 300 class sessions a year, and creative assignments arising from these sessions include digital exhibitions, graphic designs inspired by medieval manuscripts and comic books, tweets of recipes from our historical cookbook collection, and many other exciting projects.
Faculty, graduate students, and undergraduates are all welcome. Of course you can also still contact us by phone (855-2452), email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or by stopping by the Lilly Library.