The archival repositories that make up the Canadian Jewish
Heritage Network are open and accessible to the communities they
Learning through primary resources can
provide researchers of all types with a rare glimpse into the
past; a way of examining the building blocks of
history through their own perspectives. For students, it
can provide excellent information literacy opportunities as they
push their understanding of authenticity, reliability and critical
analysis. For non-academic researchers, accessing archives
can open a whole new world!
- Elementary/High School -
Our archives can provide your students with a hands-on
heritage experience, making history fun.
- College/University - Orientation
sessions designed for your class will help your students gain
primary research skills.
- Organizations/Service Clubs
- Are you looking for an interesting lecture or
presentation for your next meeting? Consider looking at
history through real archival evidence!
For an archival experience at a distance, we offer Teaching Aids
that can be used in a classroom or discussion group setting.
To find out how our archives can provide different learning
experiences tailored for your group; contact the
CJHN education coordinator, Shannon Hodge.