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Teaching & learning through special collections - Annual Seminar 2019

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Chester Beatty

Dublin Castle, Dublin 2

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10:00: Registration

  • 10:25: Opening remarks – David Meehan, RBG Chair (DCU Library)
  • 10:30: Keynote – ‘From Special Collections to Incredible Connections’ – Alan Hughes (Head of Special Collections & Archives, Cardiff University)
  • 11:10: Q&A

11:20-11:50: Coffee

  • 11:50: ’Special collections and research: A core BA humanities module for 2nd years’ – Evelyn Flanagan (UCD Library); Dr. Naomi McAreavy (School of English, Drama & Film, UCD)
  • 12:10: ‘Seamus Heaney’s An advancement of learning: Listen Now Again’ – Sara Smyth, Assistant Keeper, Outreach, NLI
  • 12:30: Q&A

12:40 -13:40: Lunch

  • 13:40: ‘Recruiting from the archives: Eóin Mac Néill, information literacy champion’ – Liam O Dwyer & Victoria Smyth (DCU Library)
  • 14:00: ‘From Paper to WAV & JPEG to MKV: The Sonic Histories of Cork City Project’ – Elaine Harrington (UCC Library)
  • 14:20: ‘Building connections through activity based learning: engaging students with medieval manuscripts at MU’ – Barbara McCormack (MU Library); Dr Mary Boyle (MU)
  • 14:40: Q&A

14:50-15:20: Coffee

  • 15:20: Finding Roderic O’Flaherty’s house and other conundrums: Special Collections support for Archaeology students at the Hardiman Library – Marie Boran (NUIG Library)
  • 15:40: ‘Making a MOOC on the history of the book’ – Elizabethanne Boran (Edward Worth Library); Silvia Gallagher (Open Education Project Manager, TCD)
  • 16:00: Q&A

16:15: Seminar closes

Fee: €50, LAI members; €75, Non-LAI members; €15, students, retirees

4 free places for unemployed LAI members (first come, first served)

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