Digital mapping as a final project: Faculty-Library partnerships in building student assessments

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2021-04-21

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Indiana University Digital Collections Services

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This brown bag will discuss how partnerships between faculty and multiple library entities in service of digital pedagogy can help enrich the learning processes and outcomes of students’ final projects. We will demonstrate how access to the University Archives allowed to students refined their critical research skills. Furthermore, along with the Institute for Digital Arts and Humanities, students fostered digital literacy skills that resulted in the creation of individual public-facing webpages as their final digital projects. The partnership of multiple university units not only enriches the educational experience for students, but also provides them the opportunity to hone valuable skills that will prepare them for careers in the digital age.

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Pedagogy, Digital mapping, Digital projects

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