Images of women in sport and physical education part 2: Building and integrating a digital exhibit site into the classroom
Teaching and learning, digital humanities, collaboration, digital exhibits, digital workflow, metadata creation, digital pedagogy, project-based learning, student engagement
This article highlights key points in the process of collaboration, creation, and assessment of a digital exhibit that tells the story of a larger digital collection, and its use in project-based assignments for a course on women’s sporting experiences. The exhibit is intended to be both a classroom research tool and a model of digital scholarship. Collaborators include a faculty member, librarians, a digital initiative coordinator, an educational technologist, student assistants, and students in the class. The article also explores the challenges and rewards of engaging students in digital scholarship.
Meese, B.L. & Gustafson, J.C. (2018). Images of women in sport and physical education part 2: Building and integrating a digital exhibit site into the classroom, Journal of Electronic Resources Librarianship, 30:2, 70-83. DOI: 10.1080/1941126X.2018.1465515
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