Editor’s note: This is a guest post from the State Historical Society of Missouri, in partnership with the Missouri Humanities Council. For more information, contact Maggie Mayhan at firstname.lastname@example.org or 573.882.7083.
Are you excited about using primary sources with your students? Do you want to be able to easily find photographs, newspapers, and diaries to use in your classroom? Are you helping students to work with effective resources for National History Day projects? These FREE educator workshops are for you.
On October 13, the State Historical Society of Missouri (SHSMO) will offer Using Digital and Material Collections in Your Classroom at the Cape Girardeau Research Center in Pacific Hall on the Southeast Missouri State University campus.
Educators will delve into unique archival collections, both physical and digitized, and archivists will share strategies for teachers and students to have great research experiences.
On November 3, SHSMO is teaming up with Missouri State University’s Special Collections and Archives to offer a second session of Using Digital and Material Collections in Your Classroom. This workshop will be held at Meyer Library on MSU’s Springfield campus.
Click here more information and to RSVP for either workshop.
When you RSVP, you can request a free parking pass. Questions? Contact: Maggie Mayhan, MayhanM@shsmo.org, or 573.882.7083.
Download the Cape Girardeau workshop flier.
Download the Springfield workshop flier workshop flier.