In light of the pandemic, the museum is closed to most guests. However, we are still eager to provide the course enhancements you have come to know and expect from the McClung. Here are ways that we can provide content for your classes through online learning. Please note that customized digital content takes a lot of time to put together. While we will work hard to meet your needs, last minute requests may not be possible.
Learn more about Digital Object Studies.
Browse select objects have already been digitized for other classes. Request them for your own, or let us help you find find other objects that meet to your needs.
Alongside the coordinator for English 102, the McClung has selected several objects especially for your composition courses. Browse these materials and make your selections for writing assignments.
Resources that can help you develop museum-based and object study assignments for your class. Inspire critical thinking and enhance analytical practices by allowing students to use primary sources in the form of material culture, art, or natural history specimens.
Museum staff are still available to speak with your courses. Schedule a discussion or lecture from one of our experts, including curators of archaeology, malacology, or arts & culture. Let us know what you need.
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