This session describes how primary source materials are being used in undergraduate instruction, and highlights a discount offer for large-content bundles available to ASERL libraries from Adam Matthew Digital.
Adam Matthew is a digital publisher of unique primary source collections from archives around the world. As teaching in the humanities and social sciences moves towards inquiry-based learning, critical thinking skills, and student-led research, there has been a growing realization of the value digital archives can add to the classroom. This webinar showcases the ways in which George Mason University has added digital primary source content to their undergraduate programs, and gives other ASERL members the chance to ask questions about how this was achieved.
The session also showcases some of the ways in which Adam Matthew are making content easier for students to discover and use; as well as how the same content can be used in digital humanities programs to further enhance undergraduate and postgraduate learning. This webinar is timed to coincide with a new pricing offer for all ASERL members.
ASERL members interested in getting pricing information should contact Alicia Sell at Adam Matthew.