Digital History: New Methodologies Facilitated by New Technologies

Sunday, June 30, 2013 -
1:00pm to 2:30pm

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Moderator: Nancy A. Bunker, Coordinator of Reference, Whitworth University
Speaker: Joshua Honn, Digital Scholarship Librarian at Center for Scholarly Communication & Digital Curation, Northwestern University Library
Speaker: Michael Kramer, Lecturer in History and American Studies, Northwestern University
Speaker: Rachel Rooney, Director of Professional Development Programs for Teachers, Newberry Library (Ill.)

Digital History is providing new pathways to traditional historical research methodologies. Helping students and faculty members utilize the myriad of historical research options is becoming a major task for reference and instructional librarians. Panelists will address the opportunities in researching with digital history and the problems they have encountered in using these sources.

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