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- Topic: Distance education X
- Art--Soviet Union 1
- Art--Study and teaching (Secondary)--Soviet Union 1
- Guantanamo Bay Naval Base (Cuba) 1
- Old Dominion University--Faculty 1
- Segregation in education--Virginia--History--20th century 1
- Old Dominion University 2
- College of William and Mary. Norfolk Division 1
- College of William and Mary. Norfolk Division. Technical Institute 1
- Godden, Albert I. 1
- Old Dominion College. Evening College 1
- Old Dominion College. Technical Institute 1
- Old Dominion University. Office of Continuing Education 1
- Old Dominion University. Office of Distance Learning 1
- Old Dominion University. School of Continuing Education 1
- United States. Navy 1 ∧ less
This collection documents Old Dominion University professor Albert I. Godden's role in the evolution of technical education and the Technical Institute at Old Dominion University. Material included are newspapers clippings, photographs, correspondence, reports, floor plans, certificates, calendars, and a scrapbook.
The collection includes administrative records and publications related to the Guantanamo Bay off-campus credit program offered by Old Dominion University.
This collection contains 15 pieces of student artwork from an art school in Novomoskovsk (New Moscow), Russia in 1988. The collection was given to Old Dominion University (ODU) as a thank you for hosting the USA-USSR Youth Summit, which was a teleconference hosted by ODU's distance learning program. The artists' ages range from 12 to 15 and the artwork consists watercolors, pastels, and gouache featuring sports, farm and school life, landscapes, as well as cultural and social life.