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Outreach: Educational Resources

The Foot Soldier Project and its partners will make archival materials available for educational, scholarly, and research purposes through various outreach initiatives, including web-based learning resources, community educational forums, CD-ROM technology, thematic exhibits, and symposia.

Borrowing through Interlibrary Loan

Patrons who wish to borrow documentaries for personal or educational viewing may arrange with Russell Library staff for interlibrary loan borrowing. A borrower must be a registered researcher with the Russell Library. Directions for registering are available in the Access section of this page.

Arranging a screening at the Russell Library

The Richard B. Russell Library has a spacious auditorium available for reservation Monday through Friday, 8:00 am - 5:00 pm. The room comes equipped with 70 chairs, an LCD projector, a VCR, an online computer connection (please bring your own laptop), an overhead projector, a lectern, and a boardroom table with eight chairs.

Individuals or faculty wishing to bring classes may arrange for a screening of Project documentaries in the Russell Library auditorium. If reserving for a class, please arrange at least ten days in advance to avoid scheduling conflicts. Please call (706) 542-5788 for more information or to schedule use of the room.