Poster Description: This interactive poster will describe the development of an iCollege module for a virtual “Teaching with Primary Sources” session jointly designed by an instruction librarian and an archivist. The session was implemented in a graduate philosophy teaching practicum course to suggest techniques for utilizing primary sources in an online environment.
Presenter Names: Jill E. Anderson, Georgia State University; Kevin S. Fleming, Georgia State University
Presenter Bios: Jill E. Anderson is the Humanities Instruction Librarian at Georgia State University. Her research and teaching interests include primary-source literacy and pedagogy. She holds an MSIS from the University of Texas at Austin and a PhD in US History from Rutgers University.
Kevin S. Fleming is the Popular Music and Culture Archivist at Georgia State University Library’s Special Collections and Archives. He oversees collections related to early popular music, radio broadcasting, and popular culture literature. He earned his MLIS from San Jose State University.