SET: Teaching with Special Collections

DateMarch 21, 2023
Time3:30 - 4:30 pm
LocationMoody 104 Active Learning Lab
DescriptionNathan Alleman (Educational Leadership)

Daniel Barish ( History)

Joanne Cummings (Political Science and Baylor Interdisciplinary Core)

Katherine Goodwin (History)

Alex McNair (Modern Languages and Cultures)

Aubrey Morris (English)

David Roach (History)

Kevin Tankersley (Journalism, Public Relations and New Media)

Jeong-Ju (Jay) Yoo (Human Sciences and Design)

Laurel Zeiss (Musicology)

The Baylor Libraries Teaching Fellows Program encourages the use of rare books, archives, and other special collections materials in Baylor graduate and undergraduate curricula. In this session, fellows will present interactive poster discussions on how the use of special collections materials enhances teaching and learning in their courses. Attendees will leave the session with ideas for incorporating special collections into their own courses and prepared to apply for a summer fellowship.

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PublisherAcademy for Teaching and Learning
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