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Tuesday, October 16 • 10:30am - 11:25am
#t2e: Teaching Primary Sources Through a Digital Lens: Challenges and Opportunities

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Teaching Primary Sources Through a Digital Lens: Challenges and Opportunities
Luke Ryder(1), Renata Fuchs(2), Timothy Langille(3), Holly Huffnagle(4)
1: US Holocaust Memorial Museum; 2: University of California, Los Angeles; 3: Arizona State University; 4: Westmont College
 
This panel brings together college educators from a variety of backgrounds to consider the use of digital primary source teaching tools in post-secondary classrooms. Instructors will reflect on their experiences incorporating digital primary source platforms and materials in their courses, and discuss digital pedagogy more generally.
 

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Dorothy Berry

Digital Collections Program Manager, Harvard University

Speakers
avatar for Renata Fuchs

Renata Fuchs

Lecturer, UCLA
I am a lecturer of German in the Department of Germanic Languages at UCLA. My research areas include the Romantic era, contemporary German literature, German-Jewish literature, Holocaust studies, women’s studies, literary multilingualism and translation studies, and minority literatures... Read More →
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Holly Huffnagle

Instructor, Westmont College
Ask me about study abroad programs, teaching while traveling, Holocaust research and education, Polish-Jewish history, combating antisemitism, and U.S. foreign policy.
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Timothy Langille

Lecturer, Jewish Studies and Religious Studies, Arizona State University
Tim Langille is a lecturer in Jewish Studies and Religious Studies at Arizona State University, where he primarily teaches courses on Hebrew Bible and Jewish history. His research focuses on trauma, memory, and Jewish responses to catastrophe during the Second Temple period; memory... Read More →
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Luke Ryder

Digital Editor and Producer, US Holocaust Memorial Museum
I am a historian, educator, editor, and digital humanities booster with the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. My work centers on developing and curating a digital platform (www.experiencinghistory.com) that challenges students to engage with original historical documents and... Read More →


Tuesday October 16, 2018 10:30am - 11:25am
Messina 1+2+3

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