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Learning with archives

Archives - original historical documents - are of enormous value in bringing the past to life. They can be incorporated into the teaching of history and related disciplines at all levels. Please visit our new website, Learning with Archives, which contains:

Online learning resources:

  • Lichfield and the Civil War.
  • Your School, Your Space.

Information about:

  • Work experience placements for school pupils, undergraduates and graduates.
  • Out of school courses for various key stages.
  • Training opportunities for teachers.
  • Introductory sessions for postgraduates and adult education classes.

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