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MLA 2018 panel announcement: Partnerships beyond the Stacks

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    The Libraries and Research Forum is sponsoring the following program at MLA 2018:

    #352: Partnerships beyond the Stacks: Collaborations between Scholars and Librarians in Research and Teaching

    Friday, January 05, 2018

    1:45 PM – 03:00 PM

    Hilton – Clinton


    New types of partnerships emerging between faculty members, students, librarians, and curators offer exciting avenues for humanities scholarship. Panelists present collaborative projects between scholars and librarians on creative teaching approaches for archival research, building digital tools, and socially engaged undergraduate research. The panelists discuss strategies for fruitful collaborations and the impacts of these partnerships.


    Presider: Harriett Green, U of Illinois, Urbana


    “No Longer Homeless: The Service-learning Course and Collaborative Archives”: Laura Clapper, Rebecca Baumann, and Erika Jenns, Indiana University Bloomington

    “Toolkit of Treasures: Using Special Collections to Engage Undergraduates in Self-directed Research and Creative Scholarship”: Emilie Hardman, Harvard University, and Heather Cole, Brown University

    “Gaming Printed History: Creating an Open Educational Resource”: Amy Hildreth Chen and Adam Hooks, University of Iowa

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