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Saturday, August 8 • TBA
S53 - Whose History?: Teaching with Archival Materials through Place Based Education Initiatives

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At the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley, a collaboration between the College of Education and the University Library aims to increase the representation of Texas's Rio Grande Valley within social studies curricula. Whose History? is a multi-stage project of student-developed place-based learning, resulting in the creation of OER lesson plans. This presentation will explore the project's genesis, implementation, educational perspectives, final digital product, and reflections from the project's facilitators.

Weischedel: Planting Digital Seeds: Maximizing Special Collections Access Through Digital Initiatives
Anckle: Teaching Local History
Visintainer: We're Better Together: Logistics, Considerations and Reflections on Implementing an Interdepartmental Collaboration

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Kristen Weischedel

Digital Resource Management Librarian, Illinois Institute of Technology
Kristen Weischedel works as the digital resources management librarian at the IIT. She received her MLS from Simmons College. In addition to her work with digital materials and their preservation, she is interested in access and outreach initiatives.

Speakers
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Sean Visintainer

Head of Special Collections, California State University San Marcos
Sean Visintainer is the Head of Special Collections at CSUSM. He received his MLS from the University of Missouri at Columbia. Sean has worked in special collections since he entered librarianship.
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Stephanie Anckle

Visiting Assistant Professor, Marietta College
Stephanie Anckle is an educational researcher, in the area of place-based education. She holds an MA in Gender Studies and PhD in Education. Her interest in archives stems from her commitment to teach ways of knowing and to honor America's ancestors.



Saturday August 8, 2020 TBA
On-Demand