Library Resources for Teaching/Studying Race Event

May 2, 2017
10:00 – 11:30 a.m.
Faculty Lounge
Having readily available materials related to the human race in all its forms– including skin color, ethnicity, culture and other factors—can impact teaching and learning in profound ways, for both instructors and students. Studying humankind through the lens of race can also lead to a more thoughtful understanding of others in communities large and small, local, national, and international. Seton Hall University library faculty will provide an overview of the University Library’s resources for teaching and studying race and the options that are available for scholarly projects, student assignments, and independent study.  
University Libraries Presenters:  
·       Lisa DeLuca – Internal Resources: An Introduction   
·       Anthony Lee – External Resources and Other Information Centers 
·       Lisa Rose-Wiles – Sample Student Projects    
·       Alan Delozier – Archives, Digital Humanities, and Collaborations
Light refreshments will be served. 
Please register here!
The session is sponsored by the Center for Faculty Development.

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