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The Association for the Study of Connecticut History is pleased to announce its spring conference, "Local Sources." This pedagogical conference will feature workshops and panel discussions on novel ways to use local primary sources, including museums, in classroom teaching from secondary to higher ed. We'll feature discussions of digital humanities, problem-based learning, new social studies frameworks, and moving from the classroom to creating historical knowledge. Breakfast and lunch included in registrations before late March.
For program and link to registration visit asch-cthistory.org/conference-spring-2017
On April 1, 2017, 830-4, at the University of Saint Joseph in West Hartford, CT.
We'd love to see you there!
Jennifer Cote, VP, Association for the Study of Connecticut History
Associate Professor of History, University of Saint Joseph, CT