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Workshop: Create a written memory to add to the IC Library’s COVID-19 History Archive

Contributed by Cathy Michael on 04/05/21 

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For National Library Week, IC Library is offering a workshop to create written memories of living, working, teaching and learning during the pandemic.  After writing, participants can deposit their piece in the library’s COVID-19 History Archive.  The purpose of this Archive is to gather personal stories about how the pandemic affected members of the Ithaca College community. 

DATE:  Friday, April 9th 
TIME:  2-3 pm EST 
This event is for the entire campus community


  1. Learn how to create an account to submit your memory into the archive.  While we will focus on written memories for this workshop, the community can deposit photographs and audio-visual recordings in a variety of formats.  The Archivist may also accept artifacts

  2. We’ll spend a half an hour writing together. Finished writing can be submitted immediately or deposited in the future. 

Note: We are not able to accept Zoom or other recordings of classes or medical information.  The College Archivist will determine the suitability of your submission for this collection. You will be notified within a few days of the decision.  If you would prefer to submit a piece in an analog format (ex. a print out) to the archives, email it to  to arrange a deposit. 

If you are not able to attend, instructions on how to deposit items are available on the Digital Commons – Ithaca College Library guide:  

Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations should contact Cathy Michael at or (607) 274-1293. We ask that requests for accommodations be made as soon as possible.

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