30 March 2019
Moataz Al Alfi Hall
This proposal shares the experience and impressions of the students and faculty of working with archives to raise questions about how archives and primary sources can be integrated into curriculum .
School year (2017-2018) at Anatolia College marked the beginning of a collaboration between Anatolia College Archives faculty, archivist and students, an initiative taken by Anatolia College Archives in an effort to sensitize faculty, students and staff at Anatolia College over the significance of preserving and showcasing the school’s legacy and history. Students were assigned with projects that include using mainly digitized primary sources from the Anatolia College Institutional Repository but also archival material from Anatolia College Archives collections and in that way to delve into the unique history of school. Students have to find photos, read specified bibliography relating to Anatolia College history, transcripts from interviews, use finding aids to locate and retrieve specific information. This proposal shares the experience and impressions of the students and faculty of working with archives and digital tools to raise questions about how archives and primary sources can be integrated into curriculum.
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Eleni MouskeftaropoulouUser Services Librarian& Archives CoordinatorAmerican College of Thessaloniki