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A Guide to the University of Florida University College Instructional Materials

Finding aid created by Dept. Staff

University of Florida Smathers Libraries - Special and Area Studies Collections
April 2007


Descriptive Summary

Creator: University of Florida. University College.
Title: University of Florida University College Instructional Materials
Dates: 1935-1966
Abstract: Study guides, syllabi, special course texts, and other materials prepared for use with the course offerings of the University College.
Extent: 1.3 Linear feet. 3 boxes.
Identification: Series 59
Language(s): English

Scope and Content

Series 59 contains study guides, syllabi, special course texts, and other materials prepared for use with the general course offerings of the University College.

C-2 materials are from the Diettrich Papers. C-5 materials are from papers received from James D. Glunt. C-51 materials are from the "Waddy" Murphree Papers.


Access or Use Restrictions

Access

The collection is open for research.


Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], University of Florida University College Instructional Materials, Special and Area Studies Collections, George A. Smathers Libraries, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida.


Contents List

Box
1 C-1, First Preliminary Edition. (1935)
1 C-1, Prospectus, American Institutions
1 C-2, Man and the Physical World. (1938)
1 C-3, Speaking and Writing, Word list
1 C-5, Annotated Syllabus. 1938
1 C-5, Annotated Syllabus. 1941
1 C-11, Study Guide. circa 1954
2 C-21, Course ext., Analysis of our Physical Environment. 1951
2 C-22-b, Physical Sciences. 1954
2 C-22-d, Physical Sciences. 1954
2 C-22-x, Physical Sciences. 1960
3 C-51, Humanities
3 C-52, Humanities. 1947
3 CEH 131-132, Comprehensive English. 1965-1966
3 CET 141, Effective Thinking. 1965
3 Reading lists. 1964-1966

Selected Subjects and Access Terms

University of Florida -- Curricula -- History.



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