How can we help?
Adam Matthew Digital have a dedicated Outreach team, who are tasked with providing support to institutions and people with access to our collections. As you move classes online, we are still here to help you.
All your Adam Matthew collections are available off-campus and can be used by unlimited numbers of students simultaneously.
- Online demos for faculty and students, showing how to use the collections or add them to reading lists and course pages
- Case studies from other instructors to help provide tips on assignments and online teaching
- Subject guides, which will direct faculty and students straight to the content most relevant for their classes
- Answering questions about collection content and what you currently have access to
Doctoral research student at the University of Toronto
Arlynda, a Doctoral research student at the University of Toronto, was writing a dissertation on how actors annotate scripts. Most supporting research was done using the archives of major Shakespeare companies...
Researching and contextualising primary documents are the foundations of history instruction
What defines a cityâ€™s public space? Who designates such areas, who determines their uses, and who gets to use them?
Content to help you remind your community about the collections you can access remotely
Top tips for teaching with digitised primary sources
As university teaching around the world moves online, many instructors in the humanities and social sciences will be looking for new or additional digital content and assignment ideas.
Digital Primary Sources in Teaching
Our Outreach team recently spoke to Wendy Mears from The Open University to discuss how best to utilise digital primary sources in teaching.