Highlighting experiences for integrating local history and genealogy materials with K-12 students (Part 1)
Registration is now open for the IFLA Local History and Genealogy Section Workshop (Part 1) for highlighting experiences integrating local history and genealogy materials with K-12 students.
The Local History and Genealogy Section of the International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA) is hosting a virtual panel highlighting experiences introducing local history and genealogy research to K-12 students on August 16 from 8:00am to 9:30am CDT. The presentations will relate to the theme of the IFLA World Library Information Congress – Inspire, Engage, Enable, and Connect.
This event will be held virtually on August 16 from 8:00 am to 9:30am CDT as part of the two-day 2022 Virtual IFLA Local History and Genealogy Meeting.
“’S xUKILAM’ Collaborative Workshops on Using a Wide Range of Local Resources as Educational Materials in Schools”
TRC-ADEAC Project Researcher
The University of Tokyo Graduate School of Interdisciplinary Information Studies, Tokyo, Japan
“Block by Block: Local History as American History, New Opportunities for Primary Research”
Director of Library & Information Services
Nightingale Bamford School
New York, New York USA
“Making History Personal: Engaging Youth in Family History”
Allison DePrey Singleton, MLS, MS
Acting Genealogy Services Manager
The Genealogy Center, Allen County Public Library
Fort Wayne, Indiana USA
“Making Space: A Picture Gallery in a Virtual World”
Kerrie Shaw/Louise Riley
Heritage Collections Digitisation Specialist/Children’s Literacy Special
City of Newcastle Libraries
“Reaching Local Youth by Raising the Dead”
Columbus-Lowndes Public Library System
Columbus, Mississippi USA
“How to Be a History Detective”
Questions? Please contact Jennifer Brannock at Jennifer.Brannock(at)usm.edu.