On September 18th, the GLAM Center for Collaborative Teaching and Learning held the second faculty development workshop of the semester. Cliff Landis, Digital Initiative Librarian, led a training session on how to search and discover archival collections, institutional scholarship, along with theses and dissertations using the library’s new institutional repository, RADAR (Repository of AUC Digital collections, Archives, and Research). After showing attendees how to navigate the site, Landis gave examples of course projects that have been created using materials now accessible on RADAR. Including GLAM Faculty Fellow, Dr. Charmayne Patterson’s Archival Study Assignment, which prompted students to curate an exhibition related to African American History leading up to 1865 using materials from the AUC Archives Research Center. Landis also discussed how faculty can use RADAR for promotion and tenure.
Click link below to view his PowerPoint in its entirety.