Teaching Undergraduates with Primary Sources 2020 Research Study (Local Report)

Jay-Marie Bravent, Dierdre Scaggs, Matthew Strandmark, Danielle Gabbard

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This report presents the findings of an exploratory examination of the pedagogical practices of social sciences and humanities instructors who teach undergraduates with primary sources at the University of Kentucky (UK). Conducted in December 2019 and January 2020 by a research team from the University of Kentucky Libraries Special Collections Research Center, the study reveals areas of success within existing programs and services, the benefits and drawbacks of teaching with digitized primary sources, as well as inherent pedagogical challenges to overcome. A list of recommendations based on the findings seeks to address these challenges and concludes the report. As part of the “Teaching Undergraduates with Primary Sources” research project, coordinated by ITHAKA S+R, twenty five public and private research universities and liberal arts colleges in the United States and the United Kingdom each completed similar local reports.

Original languageAmerican English
StatePublished - Sep 1 2020


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