Online Exhibits

Gore playing fiddle

The History of Political Songs and Jingles in Tennessee (2012; expanded 2014)

Curated by John Fabke with additional material uncovered by Kent Syler

A joint project of MTSU's Center for Popular Music and the Albert Gore Research Center

Historypin logo

Albert Gore Research Center Historypin Channel (2013)

Curated by Dr. Mary Hoffschwelle and the Tennessee History Honors class with supervision from the Albert Gore Research Center

Louise Mott Miles

Louise Mott Miles (2013)

This web exhibit consists of exhibits and a curriculum packet inspired by the life of Louise Mott Miles, a 1928 Middle Tennessee State University alumnae.


Learning Tools

Activities designed to use materials from Albert Gore Research Center collections in curriculum development.

Lesson Plans: "Teaching History Through Archives"

Lesson plans for Gardes 3-5 using materials from the Albert Gore Research Center's Veterans Oral History Collection and Marion Skeen Coleman Peck Exhibit and Collections- Downloadable plans with links to research center materials and additional notes and resources.

Primary and Secondary Sources : Defining and demonstrating the use of primary and secondary sources

Girl Scout Activities: Resources for Girl Scout badge projects

Democracy Education Center: Online simulation of the democracy project (under development)