Scott Saul, The Berkeley Revolution-Students Develop a Digital Archive of One City's Transformation in the Late-60s/70s
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How can digital history projects exist in the college classroom—and share knowledge to the broader public from that space? The Berkeley Revolution: A digital archive of one city’s transformation in the late-1960s & 1970s is a website and collective project that emerged from an honors undergraduate seminar in American Studies at UC-Berkeley, “The Bay Area in the Seventies,” taught by Scott Saul in the spring of 2017. By engaging students in archival research or encouraging them to conduct oral histories, the course speaks to the questions of both digital learning in the college classroom itself and how to share student research and learning beyond the course itself.
Please join us for a lunchtime discussion with Scott. Sponsored by Davis Educational Grant Steering Committee; DLA; CTLR
- Sponsored by:
- Center for Teaching, Learning and Research; Office of Digital Learning and Inquiry
Zz Kramer, Michael J.