Find case studies on engaging and developing audiences of archives.
The aim was to encourage a new group of young users and their teachers to use the archive service and to test whether it was possible to use archives as a suitable learning medium for such a young age group.
The ERO and the University of Essex designed a one-day session for first year History undergraduates.
The work required for this project prompted the Record Office to form links with two universities.
Heritage Lottery funding enabled Sandwell Community History and Archives Service (CHAS) to commission a play for Black History Month.
Writers and playwrights have developed writing based upon the lives of people within the county which are documented in the archive.
The aim is to extend the campaign, covering the full range of archival material held by the public in their homes.
The Pass It On Project is a three year project funded by the Heritage Lottery fund which began in January 2013.
Evaluation demonstrated that not all CTAL audiences were exclusively of Caribbean heritage.
The Angus Library and Archive is the leading collection of Baptist history and heritage worldwide.
The aim of the project was to introduce a new and diverse audience to the archives by demonstrating a fresh way of using archive material.
Object based learning refers to any hands-on practical exercise involving objects, specimens, artefacts or artworks.