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18 May How to Access Research Material from the University of Manitoba Archives



This video tutorial is intended to instruct students on how to properly access material from the University of Manitoba Archives and use archival records in research papers. It was produced with the financial assistance of the Strategic Program Development Fund.

The film was directed, co-written (with Brett Lougheed), and edited by Rob Ross. It stars Kerri Woloszyn as the student and several Archives staff members in assorted roles.

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  • University of Manitoba Archives & Special Collections
    Posted at 15:59h, 18 May

    Ha! The lighting in the reading room is not conducive to filming. It has improved a little since we filmed this but still pretty dark. Better in person though! And that was the intent of the white glove snapping. Glad you got the reference. Pulling records is not nearly as "difficult" as a proctology exam. Thanks for the comment.

  • Jason Speck
    Posted at 15:59h, 18 May

    Fun video, but you all have the darkest reading room I've ever seen. Did they film Hostel there? Also, what's the deal with putting on the gloves to pull boxes? You make pulling records look like a proctology exam.

  • Cory
    Posted at 15:59h, 18 May

    Creepy serial killer music playing in the background of the timid librarian's voice.

  • University of Manitoba Archives & Special Collections
    Posted at 15:59h, 18 May

    That's great news! Thanks very much!

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