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Minitex News articles tagged with "Primary Sources" (9):

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Historical letters and documents

ProQuest sponsored webinar recap: Confronting Hard History: Using Primary Sources to Teach Slavery, Civil Rights and Black Lives Matter

Sep 16, 2020

Just yesterday, I attended an ACRL / Choice webinar, sponsored by ProQuest, titled Confronting Hard History: Using Primary Sources to Teach Slavery, Civil Rights and Black Lives Matter. Presented by Hasan Kwane Jeffries, PhD, an author and Associate Professor of History at Ohio State University. As I know the importance of primary sources from majoring in history and working with students on History Day projects, this webinar offered insight into using them to teach the hard stuff.
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ELM tips & tricks: Finding primary sources

Jan 21, 2020

History Day is now in full swing, and many second semester research projects are beginning. If you are working with students searching for those elusive primary sources, encourage them to check out these databases in eLibrary Minnesota (ELM).

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The challenge of teaching with primary sources: missing voices

Aug 20, 2019

I came across an interesting article in the August 20th issue of Education Week, that I wanted to share.  The article, How Do We Teach With Primary

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New Primary Source Set: History of Chiropractic in Minnesota

Aug 1, 2019

The Minnesota Digital Library is pleased to announce a new Minnesota Reflections Primary Source Set, "History of Chiropractic in Minnesota." Susan J. Vossberg, the Technical Services Librarian at the Northwestern Health Sciences University, developed and wrote this set. Her Primary Source Set explores the history of Chiropractic medicine in Minnesota, including the development of the various schools and training programs in Minnesota.

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Knowledge is power

Aug 10, 2016

In light of our own inter-office work regarding primary source packets spearheaded by Jennifer Hootman and Greta Bahnemann, I thought it fitting to share the many ways in which librarians seek to tie historical instances and materials with very present and timely conversations. After the Philando Castile shooting, the librarians at Gale Family Library at the Minnesota Historical Society put together the following press briefing and shared it on Facebook.

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Minitex Staff at Minnesota eLearning Summit 2016

Jun 2, 2016

If you’re planning to attend the Minnesota eLearning Summit this year, be sure to catch Minitex staff at the conference!

Breakout Session

Deep Dive Into Digital Content: Minnesota Reflections Primary Source Sets

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New Minnesota Reflections Primary Source Sets Now Available!

May 31, 2016

Openly-accessible digitized primary source collections have been growing by leaps and bounds.  Likewise, there has been a rise in use and expectations to access these resources by researchers, students, and teachers at all levels.  Thus, the work of locating and accessing these resources for rese

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Minnesota Digital Library's Primary Source Sets

Apr 19, 2016

In the coming weeks the Minnesota Digital Library will be launching a new resource for Minnesota Reflections users. The Minnesota Digital Library's Primary Source Sets will serve as an online resource for teachers and students. Each Primary Source Set will focus on a historic topic and will showcase resources found in Minnesota Reflections that relate to that subject.

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Teaching with Primary Sources, a RUSA History Section Webinar

Feb 18, 2016

The History Section of ALA's Reference and User Services Association invites you to their webinar, Teaching with Primary Sources, on Wednesday, April 20, 2016 - 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm (Central)