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From Evidence to Scholarship
TRANSFORMING UNDERGRADUATE STUDENT RESEARCH IN THE DIGITAL AGE

Thursday, March 15 • 10:15am - 11:00am
Two Sessions: Building an Online Map of the Lewis & Clark Expedition ~|~ Student Editors and Scholars: Creating a Faculty-led and Student-centered Undergraduate Research Journal

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Building an Online Map of the Lewis & Clark Expedition: Mark Dahl and William Owen
Lewis & Clark's Watzek Library has been experimenting with strategies for integrating geospatial resources into History scholarship. In this presentation, we will discuss a collaborative project involving library staff and History practicum students devoted to creating an updated online map of the Lewis & Clark Expedition. The students involved in the project are learning about the creative process involved in building a digital resource and developing new technical, research, and writing skills.


Student Editors and Scholars: Creating a Faculty-led and Student-centered Undergraduate Research Journal: Lynn Deeken & Molly Clark Hillard
Seattle University created an undergraduate research journal showcasing full length research articles, short communications (science/social sciences) and lower division writing from our Core curriculum. A ten-credit curriculum includes a pedagogy class and two practicum courses to develop student editors’ ability to form, edit and publish an interdisciplinary journal. Together with several other campus partnerships, the journal collaborated with the Lemieux Library and McGoldrick Learning Commons as part of its new institutional repository and emerging scholarly communications initiative.

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Mark Dahl

Director of the Watzek Library, Lewis & Clark College
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Molly Clark Hillard

Associate Professor of English, Seattle University


Thursday March 15, 2018 10:15am - 11:00am
PAB 332

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