Spring 2023 Archival and Digital Expeditions
Are you interested in developing your skills in designing learning experiences for students? Interested in engaging students with digital and physical primary source materials? Consider participating in Archival and Digital Expeditions!
Archival and Digital Expeditions is a unique opportunity for graduate students to work with a faculty member to design a learning module involving archival materials. The collections can be physical materials in Duke’s David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library, or any variety of digital collections available at Duke or elsewhere. There are numerous possibilities.
Eligibility: Any Duke PhD student who has completed one academic year at Duke.
Stipend: $1,500 for designing the module. An additional $500 is available to students who teach their module in a subsequent semester.
Expected time commitment: 70-75 hours over the course of the semester to be spent consulting with their sponsor, library staff and other experts and researching, developing and testing the module
Timeframe: Spring 2023
To learn more and apply: https://library.duke.edu/rubenstein/instruction/archival-expeditions
Applications are due October 31st, 2022
Head of the Humanities and Social Sciences
Librarian for Literature
William R. Perkins Library, Duke University
Box 90175, Durham, NC 27708