“Tell me why you think this is in the room,” I ask, pointing to a pair of delicately beaded moccasins on the lower shelf of the display case. [Read more…] about Teaching in the archives
The magically real digital archive of Gabriel García Márquez
In December 2015, the Council on Library and Information Resources granted the Harry Ransom Center a Digitizing Hidden Special Collections and Archives award to scan more than 24,000 pages from the Gabriel García Márquez archive.
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Teachers mine Ransom Center archives for lesson planning gold
With the support of UTeach Liberal Arts and the Jefferson Center for Core Texts and Ideas, University of Texas at Austin professor Elon Lang led a one-week workshop at the Harry Ransom Center this summer called “Teaching from the Archives.” It gives educators first-hand experience with the resources of the Ransom Center so they can enhance their own middle and high school classes. About a dozen teachers and librarians met at the Ransom Center each morning to explore and learn from the archive. [Read more…] about Teachers mine Ransom Center archives for lesson planning gold