Bringing Students of All Ages to Our Archives

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Katz, Robin M. “Bringing Students of All Ages to Our Archives.” Mid-Atlantic Regional Archives Conference (MARAC). Cape May, NJ. April 12 - 14, 2012. Panelist.

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Bringing Students of All Ages to Our Archives

  1. 1. Students  &  Faculty   in  the  Archives Robin  M.  Katz @robinmkatz      #safabhs MARAC    2012
  2. 2. Who  am  I?Outreach  +  Public  Services  Archivist
  3. 3. Public  Historian
  4. 4. part-­‐Mme  Stack  Assistant
  5. 5. Students  &  Faculty   in  the  Archives
  6. 6. SAFA
  7. 7. primary  sources SAFA
  8. 8. first-­‐year  undergrads SAFA
  9. 9. grant-­‐funded SAFA
  10. 10. grant-­‐funded Jan  2011  -­‐  Dec  2013 SAFA
  11. 11. grant-­‐fundedUS  Dept  of  Ed  -­‐  FIPSE SAFA
  12. 12. 3  schools SAFA
  13. 13. 18  faculty SAFA
  14. 14. wide  range  of  disciplines SAFA
  15. 15. class  visits  to  archives SAFA
  16. 16. staff  visits  to  campus SAFA
  17. 17. walking  tours SAFA
  18. 18. independent  research SAFA
  19. 19. and  more! SAFA
  20. 20. course  websites SAFA
  21. 21. summer  fellowship SAFA
  22. 22. naMonal  partners SAFA
  23. 23. Summer  InsMtute SAFA
  24. 24. Goals SAFA
  25. 25. GoalsFaculty  Development SAFA
  26. 26. GoalsCollaboraMve  Network SAFA
  27. 27. GoalsStudent  Learning SAFA
  28. 28. GoalsStudent  Engagement  +  RetenMon SAFA
  29. 29. Fall  2011
  30. 30. • 15  courses• 41  visits• 287  unique  students• 696  students  thru  the  door• 409  items  requested• 55  students  returned
  31. 31. Spring  2012
  32. 32. • 12  courses• 22  visits• 207  items  requested
  33. 33. Our  Teaching  Philosophy
  34. 34. Our  Teaching  Philosophy What  we  do  NOT  do
  35. 35. Our  Teaching  Philosophy Less  is  more!
  36. 36. Our  Teaching  Philosophy Document  Analysis
  37. 37. Our  Teaching  Philosophy Context  +  Summarizing
  38. 38. Faculty  CollaboraMon
  39. 39. • Course  planning• Research• Class  facilitaMon• Teaching  evaluaMon
  40. 40. Faculty  CollaboraMon
  41. 41. Faculty  CollaboraMon Concerned  with  “fit”
  42. 42. Faculty  CollaboraMon Tip:  faculty  selecMon
  43. 43. Faculty  CollaboraMonFinding:  teaching  research  ≠  scholarly  research
  44. 44. Faculty  CollaboraMon QuesMons  about  roles  /  feedback
  45. 45. Classroom  FacilitaMon
  46. 46. Classroom  FacilitaMon Space,  Difficulty,  Length,  Time
  47. 47. Classroom  FacilitaMon Explicitly  ask  students  to  read
  48. 48. Classroom  FacilitaMon Groups
  49. 49. Classroom  FacilitaMon Specific  Handouts
  50. 50. Classroom  FacilitaMon Wrap  Ups
  51. 51. How  Do  We  Do  It?
  52. 52. How  Do  We  Do  It? Before  the  Semester
  53. 53. How  Do  We  Do  It? -­‐  3  weeks:  Online  Call  Slips
  54. 54. How  Do  We  Do  It? -­‐  3  weeks:  Agenda
  55. 55. How  Do  We  Do  It? Pulling  Procedures
  56. 56. How  Do  We  Do  It? -­‐  1  week:  CitaMon  List
  57. 57. How  Do  We  Do  It? Before  Visit
  58. 58. Class  Visits
  59. 59. Class  Visits IntroducMons
  60. 60. Class  Visits Context
  61. 61. Class  Visits AcMviMes
  62. 62. Class  Visits Coming  Back
  63. 63. Expansion?
  64. 64. Sustainability?
  65. 65. Impact  on  BHS
  66. 66. Impact  on  BHS Building  Security
  67. 67. Impact  on  BHS Reference  Staff
  68. 68. Impact  on  BHS Space!
  69. 69. Worth  It?
  70. 70. Worth  It!Student  Learning  &  Engagement
  71. 71. Worth  It!Faculty  Development
  72. 72. Worth  It!Reaching  New  Audiences
  73. 73. Worth  It!DemonstraMng  Relevance
  74. 74. Worth  It!Improving  Resources  and  Services
  75. 75. What  can  SAFA  do  for  you?
  76. 76. safa.brooklynhistory.org Robin  M.  Katz Outreach  +  Public  Services  Archivist Brooklyn  Historical  Society @robinmkatz        #safabhs      rkatz@brooklynhistory.org

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