On June 23, Dylan Ruediger will join panelists to discuss the findings from the Teaching with Primary Sources Project and its impact “post”-pandemic. For more information see abstract below. For more information on the conference, please visit this link.

Session Title: Does it still fit? Engaging with the Ithaka S+R Teaching with Primary Sources Project “Post”-Pandemic

Date: June 23, 2022

Time: 3:00 PM EST

Remember that report from Ithaka S+R last spring about supporting the needs of instructors using primary sources in their classes? Since the report was based on interviews conducted in 2019, this seminar seeks to bring the report forward into our “post” pandemic times. Which of the report’s conclusions and recommendations carry over directly into our new reality? Which need some translation? In short, as somewhat a product of the “before times,” does the Ithaka S+R report still play a role in how we carry out our instruction programs? Whether you participated in the project or the whole enterprise got lost in the fog of pandemic times, join your colleagues as we learn more about the project with its report and conclusions, and how we can bring that work into our current realities and local contexts.