Teaching with Unique Collections: Innovation in Liberal Arts Pedagogies

Library instruction at is changing. More and more courses are taught in libraries themselves. Now bibliographic research is less a skill used to understand material taught but the subject itself. These modules focus on unique library holdings. These may be special collections in modules that center the book as a material witness to history, or they may be digital services departments, as students work to gain skills to work with large datasets. Increasingly central to liberal arts education, the library becomes a laboratory for the humanities, giving students the chance to get hands-on, practical experience.

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Speakers: Hannah Leach Crumme, Ethan Davis, Zoe Maughan, Crystal Willder

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