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Sunday, August 4 • 1:30pm - 2:30pm
208 - Teaching about Sexuality from the Archives: Creating Student-Centered Instruction with Archival Materials around Gender and Sexuality

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The presenters discuss their experiences with providing information literacy instruction using primary-source artifacts from the University and Sexuality Archives concerning gender and sexuality. They demonstrate how collaboration through instruction, especially concerning information that is often excluded, helps promote each archives. Through discussion and think-pair-share activities, participants will discuss the value of using primary sources for instruction, identify overlooked materials in their collections, and formulate plans for this instruction in their institutions.




Facilitators
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Jill Borin

Head of Archives and Distinctive Collections, Widener University
Jill Borin is the Head of Archives and Distinctive Collections and a reference librarian at Widener University, where she has worked for over 16 years. Ms. Borin earned a BA from Muhlenberg College, an MA from the University of Delaware and an MLIS from Rutgers University.

Speakers
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Molly Wolf

Head of Research & Instructional Services and Sexuality Archivist, Widener Univerity
Molly Wolf is a librarian and Sexuality Archivist at Widener University, where she has worked for over 20 years. Mrs. Wolf earned a BA from West Chester University, an MS from Drexel University and an MEd from Widener University.


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