IU Libraries: Primary Source Immersion Program

Following a year of careful planning, in August 2017 the IUB Libraries hosted its first ever Primary Sources Immersion Program (PSIP) to introduce teaching faculty to new possibilities for integrating primary sources and special collections into their courses. The three-day workshop, generously funded by the IUB Libraries’ Jay Information Literacy endowment, resulted from a collaboration between the Department of Teaching and Learning and 12 partner repositories from across campus including: Archives of African American Music and Culture; Archives of Traditional Music; Black Film Center/Archive; Glenn A. Black Laboratory of Archaeology; Kinsey Institute for Research in Sex, Gender, and Reproduction; Liberian Collections; Lilly Library; Mathers Museum of World Cultures; Moving Image Collection and Archive; Sage Historic Costume Collection; University Archives; and the Wylie House Museum. Faculty participants Michelle Moyd (History) and Akinwumi Adesokan (Media School) during the Moving Image Archive workshopIn keeping with goals outlined in the IUB Libraries’ Strategic Plan and the Bicentennial Strategic Plan for IU Bloomington, the program was designed to:


Publication Date:
Nov 29 2017
Date Submitted:
Jul 13 2018
Pagination:
27-30
ISSN:
2334-1637
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