Are you interested in adapting archives and special collections instruction to an online learning environment? Or perhaps you are already offering virtual instruction but would like to explore new strategies for collections-based learning?
Consider registering for the NEA Spring Meeting webinar, Collections-Based Online Learning in the Digital Archive, on March 25. In this webinar about teaching and learning in the digital archive, instructor Amy Barlow will discuss teaching an online first-year seminar that uses collections-based learning as an approach for developing coursework and learning outcomes. The program will describe how students in the course developed academic skills and acquired subject knowledge through the sustained study of a digitized manuscript. Participants will gain theoretical and practical knowledge of collections-based learning with digital materials, which may be adapted to various instructional settings both online and face-to-face.
For more information and to register: https://newenglandarchivists.org/event-4141665