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Bronx Community College, Using Archives to Discover Hidden History

Ever wonder why historians use archives in their research? Looking at compelling documents, images and media from the past can make your next research paper more meaningful. Learning to use archives can help you discover stories of less documented people and events, ask insightful questions and gain an appreciation for moments in history. Participants will learn how to analyze archival images, videos and documents to add in their research papers and learn more about BCC campus and local community history.

Bronx Community College, Teaching with Visual and Primary Sources Faculty Workshop 

Have you used a photograph or letter to encourage classroom discussion among your students? Or as the basis for a writing assignment? Learn best practices from BCC Librarians and Archivist and find out how to access primary and visual sources at this workshop for faculty. For this faculty workshop, we will share best practices, sample assignments, and demonstrate using the BCC Library and Archival collections.

Bronx Community College, Intro to Oral History

This class goes step-by-step through the creation of your own oral history project, including designing and project planning essentials, selecting your topic, interviewing techniques, equipment choices, ethical and legal considerations, and tips for preserving and sharing your interviews.



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