Academic Programs is here to help the University community get the most out of its campus museum. We can provide content to coursework and enrich the UT experience.
Learn more about digital object studies and virtual museum instruction. Browse select objects have already been digitized for other classes. Request them for your own, or let us provide other online content that will meet to your needs.
Use the museum as an extension of your classroom. Learn about in-person gallery teaching opportunities and object studies. We can also arrange for a museum expert to come to you!
Find resources that can help you develop museum-based 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.
Vols: We are here to serve you. Learn how you can take advantage of your on-campus museum.
Funding for the McClung Museum’s educational programming has been provided by the Knox County Tourism Consortium. This work is also supported in whole or in part by federal award number 21.027 awarded to Knox County by the U.S. Department of the Treasury and the Arts & Culture Alliance.