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Sparkives January 2014 - Legacy Center

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Transcript of Sparkives January 2014 - Legacy Center

Legacy Center
Drexel Med School Archives
We document the histories of
women in medicine
and
homeopathic medicine
through the the records of:
Drexel Med School
Its predecessor institutions (dating to 1848), Woman's Medical College of PA and Hahnemann Medical College
Medical organizations and individuals
Archives RESOURCES
Archives RESEARCHERS
Our current online archival collections database

Metadata that's
inappropriate
for children
Our new "interpretive layer"
Enhanced metadata, connections, and context
Have them answer questions: 1 they can get, 1 they assume, 1 they don't know

Why is this important?...leads to DHT mockup...
DHT mockup, focus on differences
Why are we doing this?
We want people to love history and understand how to use it intelligently and critically.

We want people to use our unique and inspiring collections to understand history through the lens of women's experience.
A big selling point:
New Common Core standards for K-12

Also meets the desire from teachers and students to go beyond the textbook.
Grade 6

Understand chronology

Literal understanding of historical passage, maps, charts, tables, visuals

Understand multiple perspectives

Describe primary and secondary sources

Grade 9

Analyze sources used for historical narrative (primary versus secondary)

Analyze and interpret fact versus opinion, cause and effect

Make conclusions based on evidence

Grade 12

Synthesize and evaluate historical sources

Evaluate sources and corroborate

Synthesize historical questions

Open House for Library Staff
Jan 30, 2014

Grade 6

Understand chronology
Literal understanding of historical passage, maps, charts, tables, visuals
Understand multiple perspectives
Explain where historical narratives come from
Describe primary and secondary sources


Grade 9

Analyze cause and effect
Interpret literal meaning of sources
Analyze and interpret fact versus opinion, cause and effect
Identify “central issue”
Analyze sources used for historical narrative
--Primary versus secondary
Make conclusions

Grade 12

Synthesize and evaluate historical sources
Evaluate interpretations of events, points of view
Evaluate sources, corroborate
Synthesize historical questions


Our
new
Interpretive layer for students
I felt like a detective.
My
least
favorite thing was getting angry about sexism.
The documents made the history seem more real.
My
most
favorite thing was getting angry about sexism.
Archives INTERPRETATION

Primary sources -- letters, diaries, photographs -- don't contextualize themselves in the way most secondary sources do.

Archivists have this knowledge and endeavor to pass it on to students, teachers, and the general public.
Curation is more than aggregation of materials,
it's contextualizing these materials to help others understand their significance and value.
Why build this project site?
Details to follow
Archives OUTREACH
Archives INTERPRETATION
Our work with K-12
Students & Teachers
Digital History Toolkit
Grant Project
unique incredible collectons that document the history of women over time and gives them a voice that's not easily available in a lot of places
-wanting to help students learn from and teachers teach how students do research
Why are we doing this?
Trend towards more instruction and education in the archives field.

Desire from teachers and students to go beyond the textbook.

Working with primary sources is valuable and novel for students (and many teachers).

Doing history
means engaging with "the stuff of history" -- it is the labwork necessary to grasp social studies & history.

We want more people to love history and understand how to use it!
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