Further and higher education

Workshops

Students working from collection material, CETLD Education Room

 Students working from collection material, CETLD Bene Education Room

 

Explore specific course themes and subjects in more depth during a Library workshop where students can investigate first-hand materials from the collections directly relevant to their research.

Library specialists will work with course leaders to develop the workshop's learning objectives and to select materials best suited to meeting these objectives. Workshops vary in length and can take place in the CETLD Bene Education Room at the RIBA or in the Prints, Drawings and Architecture Education Room at the Victoria and Albert Museum.

Workshops can be combined with an induction session and might include: 

  • hands-on work with early works, photographs, drawings or archival material
  • facilitation by subject specialists from the RIBA Library staff
  • guided tours of 66 Portland Place, the V&A + RIBA Architecture Gallery or special exhibitions
  • additional resources, such as study guides or recommended reading lists
    field studies

For bookings or to discuss your visit, please contact us.

 

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