An open session for faculty interested in learning more about the archives, and ways to incorporate local history into their courses. A selection of St. Louis-focused archive documents will be on display, along with examples of course assignments that use archive collections. Open to all WashU faculty and staff. Organized by Special Collections, University Libraries.
Additional events in the fall 2022 “Teaching About St. Louis / In St. Louis” series
Thursday, October 13, 1-2 pm
This session will focus on how to incorporate, process, reflect on trauma when assigning St. Louis-focused coursework. Brief presentation, followed by discussion. Snacks and drinks provided. RSVP link and details to come.
Friday, November 11, 11 am-12 pm
This session will focus on ways to ethically and sustainably share course-created sources, such as digital maps, blog posts, posters, and more. Brief presentations, followed by discussion. Snacks and drinks provided. RSVP link and details to come.
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