USM Faculty Commons

Integrating Special Collections Resources into Your Course

Event Date and Time: 
Thursday, September 26, 2013, 4:30 PM to 6:00 PM
Location: 
7th Floor of the Glickman Family Library, USM Portland Campus

Integrating Special Collections Resources into Your Course

Special Collections has books, manuscripts, photographs, and objects which can be used to build active learning exercises that will engage students in your course with the learning outcomes you have identified.

Through discussion with faculty who have used Special Collection resources in their classes and a presentation on accessing Special Collections resources by the head of the department, Susie R. Bock, faculty will acquire the tools to build their own active learning exercises for their classes.

 

Thursday, September 26th
4:30pm to 6:00pm
7th floor, Glickman Family Library
USM Portland Campus

View presentation and discussion resources for this event below.

 

Faculty Panelists:

Lorrayne Caroll

Integrated USM Special Collections’ resources into the following two courses:

1. Literature and Culture of the Early Republic
2. Early Women Writers

Learn more about Lorrayne


David Carey, Jr.

Integrated USM Special Collections’ resources into the following two courses:

1. Latin American I
2. Environmentalism in the Americas

Learn more about David


Sandra Wachholz 

Integrated USM Special Collections’ resources into the following course:

1. Criminological Inquiry

Learn more about Sandra

 

Helen Peake-Godin

Integrated USM Special Collections’ resources into the following course:

1. Introduction to Professional Nursing

Learn more about Helen

 

 

Event Resources:

Event Recording – view full event recording.


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To learn more about how you can integrate Special Collections into your courses, please contact Suzi Bock
Learn more about USM Special Collections.