In this article, the authors present a case study on a teaching and learning initiative in digital humanities at Connecticut College. The article outlines a project in which students in a midlevel history course collaborated with library staff and faculty to develop a digital exhibition on a nineteenth-century journal in the College's collection. The cooperative approach and institutional support that the team received provided an effective and flexible means for achieving common goals. As students applied emergent technologies to college collections, they were able to conduct meaningful research and bring archival resources to new audiences.
Davis, Ann Marie; McCullough, Jessica; Panciera, Benjamin; and Parmer, Rebecca, "Faculty–Library Collaborations in Digital History: A Case Study of the Travel Journal of Cornelius B. Gold" (2017). Information Services Staff Publications and Presentations. 6.
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