POSTPONED --- Wednesdays@Noon: The History of STEM Education at Drexel: Exploring Archival Resources
EVENT POSTPONED: We regret to inform you that this event has been postponed. We will reschedule this session in 2024. Stay tuned for updates!
Want to know what a chemistry lab looked like in 1900, or what students were learning about structural engineering or food science in the 1920s? STEM subjects have been at the core of Drexel’s curriculum since its founding, and the University Archives has a variety of course syllabi, student notebooks, photographs, and other materials that document the changes. This webinar will provide an overview of the Archives’ collections on the history of STEM education and offer some tips on ways you can use them in teaching and research.
Primary audience: Faculty
Presented by: Drexel University Archives
Recorded sessions: If you can’t attend a live webinar, don’t worry! We will provide a link to the webinar recording following the event.
Zoom Details: Please register to receive the Zoom login details for this session.
The Drexel University Libraries' (DUL) presents Wednesdays@Noon, a regularly scheduled series of 30-minute webinars that connect Drexel researchers, faculty, staff, and students with the Libraries’ expertise, tools, resources, and services.
Wednesdays@Noon brings together expert Libraries staff and members of the Drexel community for training sessions and discussions. These will include instructional sessions that guide effective use of the Libraries’ tools and systems, awareness sessions that promote DUL’s authoritative information resources and how to incorporate them in coursework and research, and practical sessions that share best practices to support Drexel Dragons in their work to create and shape future scholarship.
Wednesdays@Noon webinars are held at 12 p.m. on Wednesdays throughout the academic year. Sessions are open to all Drexel faculty, students and staff. Sessions will be recorded and posted on the Libraries’ YouTube page for anyone who cannot attend the live events.
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- Wednesday, November 29, 2023
- 12:00pm - 12:30pm
- Time Zone:
- Eastern Time - US & Canada (change)