The Robert L. Gaudino Papers housed in the Williams College Archives and Special Collections include writings, course materials, correspondence, reports and subject files reflecting Robert Gaudino’s teaching activities and his deep interest in the ways in which people learn. The Papers cover Gaudino’s more traditional courses in political science, his training of Peace Corps volunteers, as well as programs such as Williams-in-India and Williams-at-Home.
These papers provide a good overview of Gaudino’s educational approach and philosophy:
- Planning a Course
- Silence is Suspect – preliminary draft
- Williams at Home I proposal
- Williams at Home I reckoning
A detailed description of the Gaudino Papers’ contents can be found here.