• Spring 2016: University 101 – 010 Introduction to Weather and Climate Syllabus

      Hardin, Steve (2016-01)
      This course supports the development of skills needed to succeed in the classroom with a special focus on academic recovery. Upon completion of the course, students will demonstrate the knowledge, skills, and behaviors critical for academic and personal success. Students will acquire these abilities as they are introduced to the foundations of inquiry – the interests, assumptions, methodologies, and potential academic and career tracks associated with the disciplines at ISU.
    • University 110.003: Issues and Ideas: Introduction to Special Collections

      May, Cinda; Krueger, Jason; Siddell, Kayla; Sutrina-Haney, Katie (2017-10-16)
      The Special Collections Department at Cunningham Memorial Library holds Indiana State University's unique physical and digital collections. Special Collections consists of four units: Rare Books & Manuscripts, University Archives, the Permanent Art Collection and Digital Initiatives. These four units hold, preserve, and make accessible art, University and local history collections, the world-famous Cordell Dictionary Collection, the Eugene V. Debs Correspondence, and other rare books and manuscript collections on a variety of subjects dating from the 15th century to the present. In addition, Digital Initiatives provides digitization and data management support for the University’s Institutional Repository, Sycamore Scholars, and the Wabash Valley Visions and Voices Digital Memory Project.