More Past Group Projects
2007-08: SMART Board Modules, Eldon House
Students created three modules, “Eldon House and the Harris Family,” “World Travels of the Harris Family at the Turn of the 20th Century,” and “The Rebellion of 1837 and its Impact on the Harris Family and the Local Community.” using SMART Board technology. Each program is 15-20 minutes in length, incorporates a variety of historical sources selected from Museum London’s collections and local archives, and connects with the elementary social studies/history curriculum. These programs are presented to the more than 3,000 elementary students that visit Eldon House each year.
Class members were Helen Button, Adam Crymble, Aaron Day, Samantha Diamond, Grace Dungavell, Devon Elliott, Corey Everrett, Sarah Ferencz, Rebecca Giesbrecht, Carrie Lunde, Andrea Melvin, Nana Robinette, Patrick Stewart, Sarah Waugh and Kristen Way. For more, see "Western Helps Museum London Go Digital" by Adam Crymble in the Western News.
Here, Sarah Ferencz demonstrates a SMART Board module.
2007-2008: The Sky Project
In Digital History, students used new media techniques to present interpretations of the sky in history through such topics as celestial calendars and neolithic monuments, comets, constellations and the zodiac, and the space race. For more, see the project wiki.
2007-08: Turning Over a New Leaf: The History of Nursing at UWO
As part of History 9800, students were required to bid for the opportunity to create an exhibit for the UWO Medical Artifact Collection. The winners, Andrea Melvin and Adam Crymble, each curated an exhibit for the Schweitzer gallery at the University Archives. Andrea's exhibit can now be seen virtually here.
2006-07: Invention and Innovation, Museum London
The group project was a website and museum exhibit on invention and innovation in London. Class members were Bryan Andrachuk, Lauren Burger, Diana Dicklich, Kelly Lewis, Molly Macdonald, Carling Marshall, Kevin Marshall, Alexander Pitt, Kris Williamson and Jeremy Sandor. See links to the short and long exhibit panels and to the exhibit labels (PDFs). Below are some photographs of the museum exhibit.
2005-06: Project on the Old East, Museum London
The group project was a walking tour, web exhibit, and museum exhibit on East London. Class members were Timothy J. Compeau, Jeremy Cummings, Lesley J. Grieve, Laura Harris, Laura P. Hernandez, Karell M. Pfeiffer, Joel Ralph, Catherine J. Rose, Neha Sarao, Dana Sloan and Christine VanderHeide.
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2004-05: Celebrations! 150 Years of Bringing Londoners Together, Fanshawe Pioneer Village
The group project was an exhibit and teacher's guide to "Celebrations! 150 Years of Bringing Londoners Together," for Fanshawe Pioneer Village in honour of London's sesquicentennial. Class members were Eliana Busheikin, Susan Chamberlain, Phil Gold, Ruth Kernohan, Rollen Lee, Anne Sayeau and Sarah Vajdik.
2003-04: Faces of Diabetes, Banting House National Historic Site
The group project was an exhibit entitled "Faces of Diabetes," plus related oral interviews and a fundraising brochure. The class also did a "People and Places: Black History Tour" booklet for Museum London and the London Black History and Resource Committee. Class members were Rebecca Bebee, Kimberley Murphy, Erin Semande and Jaclyn Smith.
2002-03: The Story of (Pre) History: The Jury Legacies, Museum of Archaeology
The group project was part of an exhibit for the London Museum of Archaeology entitled "Stories of (Pre)history: The Jury Legacies," and a report for the museum Lost & Found: Wilf and Elsie Jury and The Naval and Military Establishments at Penetanguishene. Class members were Kim Boehr, Kara Brown, Joel Campbell, Shannon LaBelle and Sabrina Shaw.
2001-02: Mechanical Medicine: Twentieth Century Medical Technology in London, Museum London
The group project was an exhibit entitled "Mechanical Medicine: 20th Century Medical Technology in London," plus related oral interviews. Class members were Jane Gamble, Richard Holt, Ekaterina Kazakova and Graham Walsh.
2000-01: London Day Trippers' Guide
Class members were Tammy Coleman, Kit Frost, Blaine Hislop, David Larlee, Amy Mirrlees and Sarah Pye.
Eric Sheppard researched and produced a 60 page guide book to the designated properties of the City of London.
1997-98: A Cultural and Historical Guide to the City of London
Class members Krista Cooke, Ken Hernden, Trisha Hentz, Heather Ryckman, Tina Stoukas, and Tanya Vance researched and produced a guide book and website for the 2001 Canada Games held in London.
Class members were Robert Bruce, Claire Campbell, Michael Dove, Michelle Hamilton, Sally Robinson, Sean Stoyles and Lauri Young.
Class members were Melissa Adams, Jo-Anne Brownlee, Julie Butler, Cathy Rogers, Rita Russell, Inge Sanmiya, and Jenny Smith.
Class members were Ken Anderson, Susan Heard, Jason Hemsted, Meredith MacLean, Steven Mavers, Jennifer Payne, and Kimberly Shipp.
1993-94: Women in London's Past: A Walking Tour
Class members were Paul Brown, Jennifer Brunell, Sondra Tilley Gulliford, Nicole Keogh and Geoff Raymond.
1990: A History of Christian Island and the Beausoleil Band
Class members collaborated with the Museum of Indian Archaeology (now Museum of Ontario Archaeology) in a project funded by the Ministry of Citizenship and Culture.
Students collaborated with the London Regional Art and Historical Museums (now Museum London) in conjunction with the exhibit Lest We Forget.
1988: Research on Point Pelee National Park
Students collaborated with Environment Canada and Parks Canada.