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DOCUMENTING COVID-19

 

Project creators

 

Beaudry_allen

Beaudry Allen

Preservation & Digital Archivist

Villanova University

erica_hayes

Erica Hayes

Digital Scholarship Librarian

Villanova University

 

About the project

Future scholars, staff and students may wish to know and understand what this period was like for those who lived through it. For that reason, Falvey Library, in conjunction with the Albert Lepage Center for History in the Public Interest, has launched a “Documenting COVID-19” collection effort.

All Villanova students, faculty, full and part-time staff, and alumnae/i are invited to submit a story; share photograph; create or submit a video or audio recording; create or submit a collection of digital objects; share any reflections from this unique period. This may include experiences about school, work, home, or events surrounding the BLM protests. The goal is to ensure that future generations will have original sources of information regarding the lives and times of Villanovans who experienced this global pandemic.

Collecting will be ongoing throughout the pandemic and in the subsequent weeks after the pandemic has passed. People are allowed to submit as many times as they like as events or emotions change. All submissions will be preserved in the University Archives at Falvey Library.

 

For more information

General info:

Lepage Center for History in the Public Interest
College of Liberal Arts & Sciences
Villanova, PA 19085
Tel: (610) 519-4660

Web: lepage@villanova.edu
Twitter: @LepageCtr

In person:

The Lepage Center is located on the campus of Villanova University, inside the St. Augustine Center, Room 410.

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Media inquiries:

Please contact the Villanova University media relations department.