Research and Teaching with Digital Primary Sources

September 15, 2020 12:15PM EST

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During this time of digital-only access to archives and libraries, learn how to keep the momentum of your research going, and how to incorporate digital primary source materials into remote classroom instruction. Examples of what is available from St. John’s University’s Archives & Special Collections, as well as strategies for exploring resources at other institutions will be provided. We will also discuss how to navigate the archival research roadblocks you may encounter due to the pandemic.

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