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CFP: 2022 ACRL Webinar Series "Bridging Content Divides"

  • 1.  CFP: 2022 ACRL Webinar Series "Bridging Content Divides"

    Posted 30 days ago
    Dear Colleagues,
    Have your materials lists for classes gone hybrid? Do you mingle circulating materials with special collections? Do you showcase digital content along with physical objects? Do you have ideas on how to bridge two different, but related, divides in teaching primary sources – digital/physical objects and special collections/general collections? The former has only increased in prominence since the pandemic started and the latter has long existed.

    Do you know a colleague who could speak to these topics (and perhaps that colleague is yourself!)?

    If so, please consider participating as a speaker for an upcoming ACRL two-part webinar series – Bridging Content Divides in Primary Source Instruction, organized by the Teaching the Teacher subgroup of the RBMS Instruction and Outreach Committee. In these webinars, we'll explore ways to cross the constructed gaps between digital and physical materials, special and general collections, in the service of providing our instructors and students a broader exposure to the sources available to them. The two webinars are tentatively booked for February and March 2022, respectively. 
    If interested, please email Anna Franz directly (anna.franz at

    With thanks,

    On behalf of Teaching the Teacher, RBMS-IOC

    Amanda Ferrara (She/Her/s)
    Special Collections, Princeton University Library