Elihu Burritt Library and the Department of History are partnering to preserve
and share the CCSU community’s experience of the COVID-19 pandemic. Members of
the community are invited to share pictures, documents, videos, or any other
artifacts that represent their experience of this past year.
For an example of the valuable historical work that can be done with this sort of archive, please visit “Pandemic in Perspective”, an exhibit created by students in Professor Leah Glaser’s course, History 302: Introduction to Public History.
Welcome back to CCSU’s Spring 2021 semester! To review the library’s hours and rules of operation in the coming semester, visit our Library Services Guide. With the first day of classes coming up on January 26, we want to remind you that you can get research help from our librarians online through live chat or more in-depth support by booking an appointment with them.
The online instruction request form may be used to schedule an online information literacy session or general overview of library resources to support your course in a LMS such as Blackboard. We can host or join your class via Webex or another platform for a live session. In addition, this form may be used to request the creation of various online research aids such as a course guide, customized lesson plan, tutorial, and other services to support your online teaching.
Looking forward to receiving
your request! Questions may be directed to Susan Slaga-Metivier,
Head Reference / Instruction.