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==Current Projects==
 
==Current Projects==
 
The subgroup is currently working on developing a white paper on best practices for teaching with digitized primary sources. Most literature focuses on physical primary sources and doesn't consider the implications of digitized primary sources.  
 
The subgroup is currently working on developing a white paper on best practices for teaching with digitized primary sources. Most literature focuses on physical primary sources and doesn't consider the implications of digitized primary sources.  
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[https://docs.google.com/document/d/1zDdgkqxUgApIjkg-g3q_zzq4l80sRQ28J8SmoN__Bbs/edit?usp=sharing Environmental Scan & Lit Review]
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[https://docs.google.com/document/d/1wqRW5SjKqrPYvcAdBHTU4cb5RT0c7yFS4_Ll6HStKYw/edit?usp=sharing Outline for White Paper]
  
 
==Meetings==
 
==Meetings==

Revision as of 15:29, 24 May 2018

Purpose

The DLF Teaching with Digital Primary Sources subgroup formed in 2016 and began by conducting an environmental scan and literature review around teaching with primary sources broadly.

Current Projects

The subgroup is currently working on developing a white paper on best practices for teaching with digitized primary sources. Most literature focuses on physical primary sources and doesn't consider the implications of digitized primary sources. Environmental Scan & Lit Review Outline for White Paper

Meetings

Anyone is welcome to attend. Please contact the coordinators, as the subgroup doesn't have regular meetings. 2018 Meeting Agendas and Minutes

Who's Coordinating