Special Collections and University Archives
Programs & Events
Special Collections and University Archives hosts various events and programs in order to enable use and enjoyment of the historic materials.
Class Sessions and Group Tours
Class sessions and group tours can involve a general introduction to the department, with examples of books and materials from the 15th to the 21st centuries. Specialized sessions can focus on book history, primary source research, or a particular era or topic that is represented in the collection. Visits can also be related to preservation and use of rare and unique historic materials.
Please contact Kelsey Knox (310-506-4323, firstname.lastname@example.org) to discuss a specialized class session or group tour.
Events and Exhibits
Please see the Pepperdine University Libraries home page for information about current exhibits and upcoming events in Special Collections and University Archives.
Other Programs and Initiatives
The department’s commitment to the care and accessibility of materials is demonstrated through additional programs and initiatives including:
- Digitization of materials for the online repository, Pepperdine Digital Collections.
- Preservation through use of acid-free enclosures and other archival products.