Collaboratively Teaching Research Methods in Asian Studies and History

AHA Session 244
Monday, January 5, 2015: 8:30 AM-10:30 AM
Nassau Suite A (New York Hilton, Second Floor)
Kathryn Shaughnessy, St. John's University
Sheau-Yueh (Janey) Chao, Baruch College, City University of New York
Chad Diehl, Loyola University Maryland
Anne Hancock, Emmanuel College
Raymond Pun, New York University Shanghai
Elaine Carey, St. John's University

Session Abstract

In this workshop, presenters from various universities and backgrounds will share best practices to collaborate with non-history faculty including librarians to teach Asian, particularly Japanese history using the latest digital tools.  Presenters will share their experiences and ideas on designing or enhancing an academic curriculum or undergraduate course based on these digital technologies; or how to introduce these resources to students who are learning about world history through Japanese lens. Attendees will learn how to collaborate with non-history faculty and librarians to create a new or support an existing academic curriculum through these new teaching initiatives.

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