COVID-19 Journaling Project
Special Collections & University Archives invites members of the GVSU community to write and submit a journal of your experience during this extraordinary time to the COVID-19 Journaling Project. For more information, click the link below.
Shared in our Digital Collections, our projects are aimed at collecting and creating new primary source materials that document some aspect of local or regional history. These projects provide learning and professional opportunities for Grand Valley students and contribute to the corpus of historical materials available for research.
The University Libraries collaborate with GVSU partners on a number of Digital Projects to create and collect oral histories, images, and documents that will add to the corpus of historical research materials available online. If you have an idea for a Digital Project, please contact Annie Benefiel, University Archivist and Digital Collections Librarian, at [email protected], who can help begin the planning process.
Digital Project partners will be asked to collaborate in the University Libraries' planning process, and sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) which will outline the scope and contents of the project, define the responsibilities of each project partner, and set project timelines and goals. Selection of digital projects is subject to the Library's Digital Collection Development Policy.
Visit Our Partner Pages
Kutsche Office of Local History
- Gi-gikinomaage-min: We Are All Teachers
- Growing Community: Oceana County
- Young Lords in Lincoln Park
Johnson Center for Philanthropy
Department of History
Kaufman Interfaith Institute