Archives of Appalachia Transitioning to Online Services
In response to the COVID-19 outbreak, ETSU has moved all face-to-face classes online through the end of the spring semester. To continue providing research support to the ETSU community and to off-site researchers, the Archives of Appalachia is offering the following services:
- Effective Thursday March 19, the Archives' Reading Room (Sherrod Library, room 422) is closed to all researchers, including members of the ETSU community, until on-campus classes resume.
Search our Collections
- Descriptions of the Archives' nearly 800 collections and two miles of materials are available online.
- Catalog entries of the Archives' nearly 14,000 books on southern Appalachia are available online.
Ask a Question
- Archives' staff remain available for questions and consultations via email, phone, and Zoom. Email us at email@example.com or call us at 423-439-4338 to learn more.
- The Archives offers a number of scanning and reproduction options. Reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more.
Instruction and Class Assignments
- Our Education and Outreach Archivist continues to offer instruction and course assignment support online for Spring 2020 classes.
- Digital collections, digital exhibits, and digitized ETSU yearbooks are all available online.
For more online resources, visit:
- the Digital Library of Tennessee, which provides access to rare and unique primary sources housed in libraries, archives, and museums in the state of Tennessee
- the Digital Public Library of America, which provides access to over 37 million images, texts, videos, and sounds from across the US
- the Internet Archive, which provides access to over 44 million images, texts, videos, and sounds from throughout the globe