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Collaborating on Digital Oral History Curriculum Content and Building K-16 Student Engagement through UC Library Resources

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This panel presents the work of UC Berkeley’s Oral History Center (OHC) of The Bancroft Library in building up multimedia materials and assignments for Grades 11 and 12, and for lower-division college courses in California classrooms. Berkeley’s OHC has been collaborating with the UC’s California History-Social Science Project to further develop and refine the online content we already have. Following a brief description of collaborations and our development efforts in this area, we hope to generate interest in new partnerships across the UC libraries. The questions we'll explore include: How can we use digital oral histories and other UC Library materials to create multimedia curriculum content and assignments for California high school classrooms and lower-division college courses? What has already been done? And how can we collaborate further with other partners across the UC Library system and beyond?

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Collaborating on Digital Oral History Curriculum