The Kodiak Room & Virtual Collections
This exhibit features a series of archived recordings, photos, and more, which detail the experiences of individuals who lived through the 1964 earthquake and tsunami in Kodiak.
Directed by Sen. Gary Stevens, the Kodiak Oral History Project consisted of interviews with long-time residents, as well as transcriptions of taped interviews. Explore this page to learn more about the project and its role in the development of the 1964 Earthquake & Tsunami Exhibit.
Discover more about Kodiak's rich history by exploring the organizations and resources on this page.
The Kodiak Room is a designated library space that serves as:
- a distance education training center for faculty and delivery point for instructors,
- a seminar space for distance education students and faculty to meet in person and/or online,
- and a central location for virtual meetings and tutorials.
A specialized Kodiak Collection supports new courses with both print and digitized materials, including local oral histories, photographs, primary source materials, and cultural artifacts.
To further assist eLearning development at Kodiak College, the Kodiak Room offers a virtual counterpart on the college website to serve as a web portal for local digitized collections. This virtual space is hosted by our own Carolyn Floyd Library.
One of the first additions to the virtual component of the Kodiak Room is a special exhibit on the 1964 earthquake and tsuanami that drastically impacted Kodiak Island.
The virtual component of the Kodiak Room is being developed throughout Years 4 and 5.