Engaging Students with Archival and Digital Resources

Engaging Students with Archival and Digital Resources
Author: Justine Cotton,David Sharron
Publsiher: Elsevier
Total Pages: 146
Release: 2011-06-14
Genre: Language Arts & Disciplines
ISBN: 9781780632575

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Aimed at professional librarians and archivists, this book explores connecting students and faculty with the archival and digital collections of the university’s library and archives. Academic research has been forever changed by the digitization of books, journals, and archival collections. As university libraries and archives move forward in the digital era, it is essential to assess the research needs of users and develop innovative methods to demonstrate the value of collections and services. This book provides librarians and archivists with the tools to develop a robust workshop program aimed at connecting students with archival and digital collections. Provides practical guidelines and detailed lesson plans Based on the collaboration between an experienced archivist and liaison librarian Offers innovative ideas for connecting with faculty members

Digital Library Programs for Libraries and Archives

Digital Library Programs for Libraries and Archives
Author: Aaron D. Purcell
Publsiher: American Library Association
Total Pages: 256
Release: 2016-06-17
Genre: Language Arts & Disciplines
ISBN: 9780838914571

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Equally valuable for LIS students just learning about the digital landscape, information professionals taking their first steps to create digital content, and organizations who already have well-established digital credentials, Purcell’s book outlines methods applicable and scalable to many different types and sizes of libraries and archives.

Currents of Archival Thinking 2nd Edition

Currents of Archival Thinking  2nd Edition
Author: Heather MacNeil,Terry Eastwood
Publsiher: ABC-CLIO
Total Pages: 398
Release: 2017-01-09
Genre: Language Arts & Disciplines
ISBN: 9781440839092

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With new technologies and additional goals driving their institutions, archives are changing drastically. This book shows how the core foundations of archival practice can be brought forward to adapt to new environments—while adhering to the key principles of preservation and access. • Presents current thinking on archival theory, methods, and practice and addresses new thinking about the role of archival institutions • Documents how the foundational principles of archives and museums are changing • Introduces readers to other disciplinary perspectives on archives • Supplies contributions from practitioners as well as academics, representing a range of perspectives and archival traditions

Teaching with Digital Humanities

Teaching with Digital Humanities
Author: Jennifer Travis,Jessica DeSpain
Publsiher: University of Illinois Press
Total Pages: 304
Release: 2018-11-15
Genre: Education
ISBN: 9780252050978

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Jennifer Travis and Jessica DeSpain present a long-overdue collection of theoretical perspectives and case studies aimed at teaching nineteenth-century American literature using digital humanities tools and methods. Scholars foundational to the development of digital humanities join educators who have made digital methods central to their practices. Together they discuss and illustrate how digital pedagogies deepen student learning. The collection's innovative approach allows the works to be read in any order. Dividing the essays into five sections, Travis and DeSpain curate conversations on the value of project-based, collaborative learning; examples of real-world assignments where students combine close, collaborative, and computational reading; how digital humanities aids in the consideration of marginal texts; the ways in which an ethics of care can help students organize artifacts; and how an activist approach affects debates central to the study of difference in the nineteenth century.

Past Or Portal

Past Or Portal
Author: Eleanor Mitchell,Peggy Seiden,Suzy Taraba
Publsiher: Assoc of Cllge & Rsrch Libr
Total Pages: 320
Release: 2012
Genre: Language Arts & Disciplines
ISBN: 9780838986103

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In the age of ubiquitous access to information, library special collections and archives have received renewed attention through digitization projects designed to share collections with the world at large. Yet these materials also offer opportunities for student learning through direct engagement with rare or unique items. While special collections and archives have largely been used by advanced researchers and scholars, an increasing number of undergraduate courses are taking advantage of these materials as guides in the instructional process.

ECLAP 2012 Conference on Information Technologies for Performing Arts Media Access and Entertainment

ECLAP 2012 Conference on Information Technologies for Performing Arts  Media Access and Entertainment
Author: Paolo Nesi
Publsiher: Firenze University Press
Total Pages: 135
Release: 2012
Genre: Electronic Book
ISBN: 9788866551256

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Library and Information Science Research in Asia Oceania Theory and Practice

Library and Information Science Research in Asia Oceania  Theory and Practice
Author: Du, Jia Tina
Publsiher: IGI Global
Total Pages: 372
Release: 2014-02-28
Genre: Language Arts & Disciplines
ISBN: 9781466651593

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Historically, the major Library and Information Science (LIS) research-producing centers of the world have largely been the universities and information institutions of North America, the United Kingdom, and Europe. This is changing with the growth of Asian economies, universities, and information industries. Library and Information Science Research in Asia-Oceania: Theory and Practice presents evolving and emerging research and development in the field of library and information science (LIS) in diverse countries in Asia-Oceania as the region continues to develop. This book is intended as a useful resource for LIS researchers, scholars, students, professionals, and practitioners, and is an appropriate text for courses in LIS. In addition, anyone interested in understanding the LIS field in the region will find this book a fascinating and enlightening read.

Teaching Gloria E Anzald a

Teaching Gloria E  Anzald  a
Author: Margaret Cantú-Sánchez,Candace de León-Zepeda,Norma Elia Cantú
Publsiher: University of Arizona Press
Total Pages: 357
Release: 2020-09-29
Genre: Social Science
ISBN: 9780816541140

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Gloria Evangelina Anzaldúa—theorist, Chicana, feminist—famously called on scholars to do work that matters. This pronouncement was a rallying call, inspiring scholars across disciplines to become scholar-activists and to channel their intellectual energy and labor toward the betterment of society. Scholars and activists alike have encountered and expanded on these pathbreaking theories and concepts first introduced by Anzaldúa in Borderlands/La frontera and other texts. Teaching Gloria E. Anzaldúa is a pragmatic and inspiring offering of how to apply Anzaldúa’s ideas to the classroom and in the community rather than simply discussing them as theory. The book gathers nineteen essays by scholars, activists, teachers, and professors who share how their first-hand use of Anzaldúa’s theories in their classrooms and community environments. The collection is divided into three main parts, according to the ways the text has been used: “Curriculum Design,” “Pedagogy and Praxis,” and “Decolonizing Pedagogies.” As a pedagogical text, Teaching Gloria E. Anzaldúa also offers practical advice in the form of lesson plans, activities, and other suggested resources for the classroom. This volume offers practical and inspiring ways to deploy Anzaldúa’s transformative theories with real and meaningful action. Contributors Carolina E. Alonso Cordelia Barrera Christina Bleyer Altheria Caldera Norma E. Cantú Margaret Cantú-Sánchez Freyca Calderon-Berumen Stephanie Cariaga Dylan Marie Colvin Candace de León-Zepeda Miryam Espinosa-Dulanto Alma Itzé Flores Christine Garcia Patricia M. García Patricia Pedroza González María del Socorro Gutiérrez-Magallanes Leandra H. Hernández Nina Hoechtl Rían Lozano Socorro Morales Anthony Nuño Karla O’Donald Christina Puntasecca Dagoberto Eli Ramirez José L. Saldívar Tanya J. Gaxiola Serrano Verónica Solís Alexander V. Stehn Carlos A. Tarin Sarah De Los Santos Upton Carla Wilson Kelli Zaytoun

Prologue

Prologue
Author: Anonim
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 135
Release: 2005
Genre: Archives
ISBN: OSU:32435077853034

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Virtual Services in the Health Sciences Library

Virtual Services in the Health Sciences Library
Author: Amanda R Scull
Publsiher: Rowman & Littlefield
Total Pages: 176
Release: 2022-07-15
Genre: Electronic Book
ISBN: 9781538155448

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The handbook includes sections on information and access services, reference and instruction, collections, and clinical services, encompassing the challenges and opportunities presented by virtual services for nearly every area of the health sciences library.

Approaches to Teaching Shakespeare s English History Plays

Approaches to Teaching Shakespeare s English History Plays
Author: Laurie Ellinghausen
Publsiher: Modern Language Association
Total Pages: 249
Release: 2017-06-01
Genre: Language Arts & Disciplines
ISBN: 9781603293013

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Shakespeare's history plays make up nearly a third of his corpus and feature iconic characters like Falstaff, the young Prince Hal, and Richard III--as well as unforgettable scenes like the storming of Harfleur. But these plays also present challenges for teachers, who need to help students understand shifting dynastic feuds, manifold concepts of political power, and early modern ideas of the body politic, kingship, and nationhood. Part 1 of this volume, "Materials," introduces instructors to the many editions of the plays, the wealth of contextual and critical writings available, and other resources. Part 2, "Approaches," contains essays on topics as various as masculinity and gender, using the plays in the composition classroom, and teaching the plays through Shakespeare's own sources, film, television, and the Web. The essays help instructors teach works that are poetically and emotionally rich as well as fascinating in how they depict Shakespeare's vision of his nation's past and present.

Technology in Retrospect

Technology in Retrospect
Author: Richard A. Diem,Michael J. Berson
Publsiher: IAP
Total Pages: 329
Release: 2010-06-01
Genre: Education
ISBN: 9781617350405

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January 2009 marked the 25th anniversary of one of the most famous three minutes of television history. It was during half-time of the 1984 Super Bowl that APPLE show cased its new Macintosh Computer in an avant-guard commercial. In the following three weeks sales of the new computer, in both the public and private sectors, took off leading some to note this occasion as the "true" start of the information age. At the same time schools joined this so-called information revolution and began to use the new technology, in various forms, in a much more serious manner. Given both the changing nature of technology, as well as its classroom applications, over the past quarter century this work's goal is to capture the historical trends of both use and application of information technology in the social studies during this era. This is done by providing a retrospective view , from 1984 through 2009 , of where we've been, where we are, and a view of new tools and strategies and possible studies that are emerging that can enhance our understanding of the effects that technology has and will have on the social studies.

Historical Thinking for History Teachers

Historical Thinking for History Teachers
Author: Tim Allender,Anna Clark,Robert Parkes
Publsiher: Routledge
Total Pages: 384
Release: 2020-07-16
Genre: Education
ISBN: 9781000257427

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Effective Australian history education has never been more important for the development of critically aware and thoughtful young people. History fosters important skills in reasoning, historical consciousness and empathy; and an appreciation of history is crucial to the development of students' understanding of the very nature of our society. This edited collection comprises contributions from leading historians, educators and practising teachers, and surveys Australian history teaching today, from the development of the national curriculum to fostering historical thinking and promoting effective engagement in the history classroom. The book begins with an analysis of the principles underlying the drafting of the national curriculum and features insights from the writers of the curriculum themselves. It focuses on the curriculum from primary- and secondary-school teaching perspectives. Part 2 examines the teaching of historical expertise including historical thinking and value formation, as well as productive assessment and the important role social history can play in the classroom. Part 3 concentrates on specific approaches to history teaching including teacher talk; the use of historical fiction and film; digital technology and the internet; as well as museums as a teaching medium. Part 4 analyses key aspects of Australian history teaching including Indigenous perspectives, teaching citizenship and assisting the pre-service teacher in their transition to becoming a professional. Rich with insights into historical skills, historical concepts and critical thinking, as well as practical guidance on translating principles into engaging classroom approaches, this is an essential reference for both pre-service and in-service history teachers and educators.

Educational Programs

Educational Programs
Author: Kate Theimer
Publsiher: Rowman & Littlefield
Total Pages: 208
Release: 2015-05-07
Genre: Language Arts & Disciplines
ISBN: 9781442238534

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Educational Programs: Innovative Practices for Archives and Special Collections explores how archivists and special collections librarians in organizations of different sizes and types have approached the challenges in creating effective educational programs to prepare the next generation of researchers and advocates for archives.

Digital Humanities for Librarians

Digital Humanities for Librarians
Author: Emma Annette Wilson
Publsiher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
Total Pages: 248
Release: 2020-01-15
Genre: Language Arts & Disciplines
ISBN: 9781538116463

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Digital Humanities For Librarians. Some librarians are born to digital humanities; some aspire to digital humanities; and some have digital humanities thrust upon them. Digital Humanities For Librarians is a one-stop resource for librarians and LIS students working in this growing new area of academic librarianship. The book begins by introducing digital humanities, addressing key questions such as, “What is it?”, “Who does it?”, “How do they do it?”, “Why do they do it?”, and “How can I do it?”. This broad overview is followed by a series of practical chapters answering those questions with step-by-step approaches to both the digital and the human elements of digital humanities librarianship. Digital Humanities For Librarians covers a wide range of technologies currently used in the field, from creating digital exhibits, archives, and databases, to digital mapping, text encoding, and computational text analysis (big data for the humanities). However, the book never loses sight of the all-important human component to digital humanities work, and culminates in a series of chapters on management and personnel strategies in this area. These chapters walk readers through approaches to project management, effective collaboration, outreach, the reference interview for digital humanities, sustainability, and data management, making this a valuable resource for administrators as well as librarians directly involved in digital humanities work. There is also a consideration of budgeting questions, including strategies for supporting digital humanities work on a shoestring. Special features include: Case studies of a wide range of projects and management issues Digital instructional documents guiding readers through specific digital technologies and techniques An accompanying website featuring digital humanities tools and resources and digital interviews with librarians and scholars leading the way in digital humanities work across North America, from a range of larger and smaller institutions Whether you are a librarian primarily working in digital humanities for the first time, a student hoping to do so, or a librarian in a cognate area newly-charged with these responsibilities, Digital Humanities For Librarians will be with you every step of the way, drawing on the author’s experiences and those of a network of librarians and scholars to give you the practical support and guidance needed to bring your digital humanities initiatives to life.