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#DLFTeach Toolkit: Lesson Plans for Digital Library Instruction

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License: CC-By Attribution 4.0 International

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This openly available, peer-reviewed collection of lesson plans and concrete instructional strategies is the result of a project led by the professional development and resource sharing subgroup.

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  • Editors' Introduction


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  • Designing Your Digital Presence Online

    Gibes, Ralph & Schechter

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  • Social Inequality with ArcGIS Online

    Hoskins & Schechter

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  • Health, History, Participatory Mapping

    Finn, Greene, Venit-Shelton & 1 more

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  • Hip Hop Text Analysis


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  • Tools for Digital Content Accessibility


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  • Workshopping the Workshop


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  • Digital Collection Assessment & Use


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  • Scalar Digital Edition

    Kudzia, Margolis & Schechter

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  • Thinking About Digital Archives


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  • Collecting Data with Web Scraping


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  • Ebook MakerSpace


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  • Exploring Text


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  • Using EEBO-TCP in Research and Teaching


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