When a Librarian met an Archivist: Collaborating to teach and promote the special collections and archives
February 19, 2013
11 a.m. Pacific | 12:00 p.m. Mountain | 1:00 p.m. Central | 2:00 p.m. Eastern
Description: In Fall 2012, the collaborative learning librarian taught a third year course (SMC 301) using the Kelly Library Special Collection and Archives materials. She consulted the archivist throughout the development of the lesson plans for the on-site visits. This interactive webcast will provide information about a) how that collaboration formed b) the lesson plan to incorporate Kelly Library Special Collections and Archives materials c) protecting the materials while creating an engaging experience for undergraduate students. This session is relevant to archivists and librarians trying to promote their special collections and archival materials within their university. In addition, this session may interest other librarians and archivists who plan to be involved in a course and would like to hear about the experiences of planning and managing the site visits.
- Learn how to develop a lesson plan that ensures the safety and proper handling of rare books and archival materials.
- Learn how to engage students in discussion and pique their interest in special collections and archival materials.
- Learn about the teaching experience and outcomes of the course.
Presenter: Silvia Vong, Collaborative Learning Librarian, St. Michael's College, University of Toronto
Target Audience: Archivists and librarians at academic institutions
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ALA member: $75
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