The libraries are creating three categories of toolkits that in combination form innovative assignments as part of a virtual or hybrid course engaging with library materials. Choose a relevant critical literacy (or several) to contextualize an assignment, choose a primary source packet with digital objects for your students, and then choose a digital scholarship toolkit to assemble an assignment that can meet the pedagogical goals for your hybrid or online classroom.
Critical literacy resources outline valuable research skills and resources, help students understand the role of the scholar and the nature of scholarship, and provide valuable contextual frames to the research process.
- How to Get the Most out of Scholarly Databases
- Finding Literature Reviews
- Writing a Literature Review
- Zotero Tutorial
- Shakespeare Quarto
- Shakespeare Folio
- Library Research Guides
- Context Matters!
- Conducting Multilingual Research
- Developing a Search Strategy
Primary source packets are thematic collections of digitized primary source materials that lend themselves to close reading, curatorial work, and original research projects. They include listings of historical materials, contextual information, and questions for individual or group analysis.
- Women, Gender, and the Transition to Coeducation at Haverford
- Race at Haverford: Policy, Relationships, and Representation
- Haverford College During World War II
- Haverford College’s Response to World War I
- Haverford College and the Vietnam War
- LGBTQ+ History at Haverford College
- Mental Health
- Women and Abolition
- Quaker Tracts
- Borderlands and Treaties
Digital scholarship toolkits highlight methods and tools that help students explore and produce knowledge in new forms. In addition to basic information and documentation for DS tools, these toolkits include suggestions for classroom use and potential assignment sequences.