Archives, Race and Justice

Submitted by Melanie Hubbard on May 7th, 2020
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Short Description: 

For this project you will be creating a digital resource that can be used to help teach about the Southern California Library’s mission and materials, how to work with archival materials, and, in general, how to work with and research primary sources.  

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Learning Outcomes: 

Gain the ability to: work with, contextualize and present on primary sources; communicate to a general audience; work with and be critical of certain digital tools; and collaborate on digital projects

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Course Context (e.g. how it was implemented or integrated): 

This assignment was created for Critical Methodology, a required graduate-level English course at Loyola University.

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Suggested Citation: 
Hubbard, Melanie. "Archives, Race and Justice." CORA (Community of Online Research Assignments), 2020.