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

Friday, March 16 • 10:00am - 11:00am
Zine Remediations: Student-Centered Experiential Learning, Faculty-Librarian Collaborations & the Possibilities of (Digital) Critical Pedagogy

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Zine Remediations: Student-Centered Experiential Learning, Faculty-Librarian Collaborations & the Possibilities of (Digital) Critical Pedagogy: Crystal Baik & Robin Katz
In this presentation, our team will share their hands-on experience in facilitating a group-oriented research project centering student experiential learning, primary and born digital sources, faculty-librarian collaborations, and (digital) critical pedagogy. Specifically, discussants will walk through a final group project-- a "zine" collaboration-- implemented during an ethnic studies lecture course in Spring 2017 ("Introduction to Asian American Studies"). Scaffolded across a 7-week period, students worked with an extensive collection of zines in UCR Library’s special collections while creating their own zines that grapple with the skewed representations of Asian Americans within popular media and dominant scholarship. While the exercise proved to be generative, it also elicited a myriad of key questions that foreground other possibilities and pathways of learning for future iterations of the exercise (i.e., better integration of student-blogging; critical explorations of media "circulation" especially as zines are digitally created and/or archived online for a broader public; digital curatorship of student-created primary resources; and more extensive collaborations among faculty, librarians, and educational technology).

Speakers
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Crystal Baik

Assistant Professor, Department of Gender & Sexuality
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Robin Katz

UC Riverside


Friday March 16, 2018 10:00am - 11:00am
PAB 332

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