Teachers’ Evening at London School of Economics – Library & Archives
Date: Wednesday 15th June 2016
Venue: London School of Economics - Library and Archives
London School of Economics will be opening their doors and welcoming London teachers for a Teachers’ Evening.
You will be introduced and given an insight into the collections held at the archives. Find out how you can access the archives with your pupils to develop various historical skills and contextual knowledge.
Following this, there will be an opportunity to meet some of the Library and Archive staff where you can learn how to work in partnership with LSE to support students’ learning.
The British Library of Political and Economic Science was founded in 1896, a year after the London School of Economics and Political Science.
Arriving at a time when social, legal and economic environment was becoming increasingly significant; providing materials from all over the world; the library would enable such research and the ‘laboratory’ of the social sciences was born.
In 2013, LSE Library took ownership of The Women’s Library Collection, including over 60,000 books and pamphlets, and over 3,500 journals and press cuttings.
Places are limited! To book your free place, go here