That Happened Here?!: Using Local Primary Sources in the Classroom
August 18 @ 1:30 pm - 2:30 pm
Primary sources can ignite a passion for history and sharpen critical information literacy skills. In this webinar, participants will discuss how to bring primary sources to life in the classroom.
Part presentation, part discussion, participants will learn:
- Where to find primary sources
- How to use the Library of Congress analysis tool
- How using primary sources in the classroom gives students the opportunity to practice critical observation skills necessary to confidently navigate today’s information world
Presenter: Miranda Stefano is a librarian, technologist, and bibliophile. She is a graduate of the University of Maryland iSchool and RIT School of Print Media. She enjoys sharing knowledge with others and is always looking for new opportunities to do so. Her passions are information literacy, primary sources, technology, and sign language.
Free to RRLC & ESLN Members.
This webinar will be held on Zoom Webinar; registration is required.
All attendees will receive a certificate of attendance for one hour of CE credit.
Live transcription will be available. This webinar will not be recorded.
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