Archives of Ontario

Education at that Archives of Ontario
Educational programming at the Archives of Ontario connects with the Ontario curriculum, is free of charge, and provides unique opportunities for students to explore primary sources when learning about the past. 
Visit the Archives of Ontario's website to learn more about their Education Programme.
Online Resources at the Archives of Ontario

Exhibitions at the Archives of Ontario
Get immersed in our new web exhibit commemorating the World War I centenary. Using the wartime letters between young solider Harry Mason and his sweetheart, Sadie Arbuckle, Dear Sadie: Love, lives, and remembrance from Ontario's First World War tells the moving, bittersweet story of their relationship. It also explores the shattering reality of war, both on the front lines and the home front.
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Professional Contributions
Cutrara, Samantha.  (May 2014). “More Than Just War Records: Love, Lives, and Remembrance at the Archives of Ontario.” Paper presented at the Teachers’ Day of the Berkshire Conference on the History of Women. Toronto, Ontario. 

---. (May 2014). “Informative, Interesting, and Interactive: Commemoration at the Archives of Ontario.” Presentation at the Archives Association of Ontario conference. Oshawa, Ontario.

--- and Stewart Boden. (November 2013). “Informative, Interesting, and Interactive: World War I at the Archives of Ontario.” Paper to be presented at the Ontario Museums Association annual conference. Markham, Ontario.

Cutrara, Samantha. (November 2013). “Archives of Ontario: Inspiration, resources, plans. Everything you need to teach history.” Workshop to be held at the Ontario History and Social Studies Teachers Association (OHASSTA) annual conference. Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario.

---. (May 2013). “Digitized Online Educational Resources:  Pitfalls and Possibilities.” Presentation at the Archives Association of Ontario conference. Ottawa, Ontario.

---. (October 2012). “The Thrill of Discovery: How the Archives of Ontario can support your history teaching.” Workshop held at the Ontario History and Social Studies Teachers Association (OHASSTA) annual conference. Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario.


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