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Thursday, April 18 • 1:45pm - 2:45pm
DPLA and Community Archivists: Connecting Family History, Local Immigration and World History

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St. John's University colleagues established community partnerships with Queens Libraries’ Queens Memory Project, National Archives at NYC, and NYCDOE to obtain a National Archives-NHPRC grant to develop curriculum that connects family and neighborhood history with broader NYC immigration movements and push/pull factors in world history. Project PIs highlighted DPLA exhibitions and Primary Resource Sets for contextualizing immigration narratives and World History movements; professional development sessions also focused on rights statements, metadata, citation features, and the DPLA infrastructure as springboards for discussions about technology literacy, licensing and creative commons, and for gaining a better understanding of how digital archives work.

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avatar for Kathryn G. Shaughnessy

Kathryn G. Shaughnessy

Assoc. Prof. & OER Librarian, St. John's University
As Open Education Librarian, Prof. Shaughnessy’s research focuses on the ethical dimensions of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) access and ICT-literacy in education and library environments. She is delighted to work with educators to promote "Open" initiatives... Read More →
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Elaine Carey

Dean, Purdue College of Humanities, Education, and Social Sciences


Thursday April 18, 2019 1:45pm - 2:45pm
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