This exhibit was made possible by the work of the following Archives and Special Collections staff:
Caitlin Mullan –
Primary Researcher for the Regina College History project and
Student Assistant with Archives and Special Collections at the University of Regina.
The materials found in the Regina College exhibit were selected from a much larger collection of artefacts, photographs and historical documents housed at the University of Regina Archives & Special Collections. Caitlin began with an in-depth exploration of the College history through both original documents and published accounts. A time-line of events was created from this research to guide the selection of documents, artefacts and photographs to be included in the digital exhibit. These items were chosen to illustrate notable milestones as well as aspects of everyday life for students, professors and employees at Regina College. Caitlin then scanned and re-formatted the materials for use on this website.
Catherine Folnović –
Student Assistant at Archives and Special Collections
at the University of Regina.
Catherine created the design template for the online exhibits of Archives & Special Collections.
Donald Johnson –
Digital Collections Administrator at the
Dr. John Archer Library at the University of Regina.
Donald photographed artefacts and over-sized documents and re-photographed large photographs. Using the template designed by Catherine Folnović, he developed the exhibit webpages and created the exhibit banner. Donald also administers and maintains the Regina College History CONTENTdm Collection.
Mark Vajčner –
University Archivist at the University of Regina.
Mark oversaw the entire Regina College History project. He designed the exhibit layout and corresponding menu, and prepared the Reading List. Mark also devised the metadata schema for digital collections of Archives & Special Collections. This schema is used for the CONTENTdm Collection.
We gratefully acknowledge the financial support of the Saskatchewan Lotteries Trust Fund for Sport, Culture and Recreation through SaskCulture Inc.
Further funding was provided under the Young Canada Works in heritage Organizations program, a youth employment initiative of the Department of Canadian Heritage as part of the Government of Canada’s Youth Employment Strategy.
Last Revision: 2010-Oct-13