Primary Partners: Making Local and Regional Connections: Binghamton University Archives

Apr 12, 2018, 3:30 pm - 4:15 pm

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Audience: School librarians; Social Studies Teachers; Other Librarians and Cultural Organizations wanting to learn more about the Primary Partners Program

 

Equipment Required: Internet; ability to use conferencing software

 

Description: Are you interesting in learning more about the cultural organizations in the SCRLC region that have primary resources that could benefit teachers and students alike? Under the auspices of a Teaching with Primary Sources grant from the Library of Congress via Waynesburg University, SCRLC is offering a webinar series highlighting the region's cultural organizations and their primary sources. Learn about the collections and opportunities from the convenience of your desk and at a time that does not conflict with the school day! Tour the updated History Unbound LibGuide, too! The third webinar in the series focuses on the Binghamton University Archives.

 

SCRLC received an 18-month grant, Primary Partners: Supporting Inquiry-Based Instruction through Collaboration to facilitate new partnerships among local social studies teachers, librarians, and cultural organization educators and to create mini-inquiries using Library of Congress Primary Sets, New York Heritage collections, and secondary/tertiary sources. Primary Partners targets grades 4, 7, 8, and 11, with a focus on Women's suffrage, the Erie Canal, and the Civil War, though other related aspects are included (e.g., temperance, civil rights).

 

In August, five cultural organizations and sixteen social studies/librarian participants met in Binghamton for a two-day workshop to create mini-inquiries and learn more about local/regional collections. SCRLC covers a big region-14 counties and 10,000 square miles; therefore, we have invited additional cultural organizations to discuss their collections and primary sources via webinars-and how a class, student, or teacher can reach out to them. 

 

Objectives- by the end of the webinar you will know:

  • What primary sources the Binghamton University Archives offers to teachers and students
  • Existing outreach services available and how to interact with them
  • How to partner with the History Center to benefit your students
  • How to use the History Unbound LibGuide

 

Presenters:

351_IMG_4009.JPGNicole Laura is the School Library System Coordinator and Manager for Classroom Enrichment Resources at Broome-Tioga BOCES. Prior to her current positon, Nicole was an elementary school librarian. Nicole received her Bachelors of Arts in English from SUNY Geneseo, her Masters of Library and Information Science from the University of Buffalo, her Masters of Science in Educational Administration from the University of Scranton, and her Advanced Certificate in Educational Leadership and Supervision from Canisius College; she is certified as a K-12 School Librarian and School Building/District Leader. Nicole is focused on supporting librarians as they transform and adapt to their changing roles, with a particular interest in the way technology and libraries intersect to impact teaching and learning.

 

 

 

868_unnamed.pngYvonne J. Deligato has a Bachelor's degree in History from the State University of New York College at Cortland and a Master's degree in Historic Preservation Planning from Eastern Michigan University. She has been the University Archivist and Local History Bibliographer at Binghamton University since 1999. She currently serves on the board for the New York Archives Conference and is a member of the American Association for State and Local History (AASLH) and the Mid-Atlantic Regional Archives Conference (MARAC).

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