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Sound and Vision and Cyber Attacks – Devising source-based learning from digital archive content

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Sound and Vision and Cyber Attacks – Devising source-based learning from digital archive content

  1. 1. University ofGalway.i e Sound and Vision and Cyber Attacks – Devising source-based learning from digital archive content. Dr. Barry Houlihan Archivist
  2. 2. University ofGalway.i e University ofGalway.i e Embedding source-based pedagogy in the digital classroom Working across a number of disciplines: History, Drama, Human Rights, Sociology. Bridging the learning space from Reading Room to personal classroom – combining manuscript and digital collections for hybrid learning experience.
  3. 3. University ofGalway.i e Broad timeline: Developing new bespoke module and stand-alone embedded sessions through Summer 2021 Students returning to campus – Late August 2021 Some Covid Restrictions in place All students return - 28 Sept 2021 Cyber Attack – 30 Sept 2021
  4. 4. University ofGalway.i e University ofGalway.i e
  5. 5. The Role of Digital Archives and Libraries in Society – President Michael D. Higgins “For universities and archives, digitisation has opened up exciting possibilities, enabling new ways of generating, curating, and engaging with information.”
  6. 6. Some recent scholarship on about literacies of digital archive pedagogies. 6
  7. 7. University ofGalway.i e University ofGalway.i e Discovering Collections, Linking Source Materials. Manuscript Archives (and some digital collections) at University of Galway and combined with digital archives elsewhere: NUI Maynooth Trinity College Dublin RTÉ Archives British Library Online NYPL Digital Collection
  8. 8. University ofGalway.i e University ofGalway.i e Discovering Collections, Linking Source Materials. Building in open online content that needed to be located, checked, verified, and analysed. Youtube / viral videos Podcasts News sources etc.
  9. 9. University ofGalway.i e New bespoke module – DT2102 – Irish Drama from Wilde to O’Casey. MA cohort at the O’Donoghue Centre for Drama, Theatre, and Performance. Devised and delivered via the archive collections as the primary class source material.
  10. 10. University ofGalway.i e University ofGalway.i e Example: Oscar Wilde and the Irish Revival Use of facsimile working pack of Wilde material from the British Library (and British Library Online) RTÉ Archives Abbey Theatre Digital Archive, Uni of Galway
  11. 11. University ofGalway.i e University ofGalway.i e Teresa Deevy, Mary Rynne and Irish Women Playwrights.
  12. 12. University ofGalway.i e University ofGalway.i e Embedding podcasts and aural archives as source material Students set the published text Discuss the plays/archival records in class (Hour 1) Listen to the podcast of the play in class (hour 2) Assignment: Reflect on the play’s impact today: from text to voice.
  13. 13. University ofGalway.i e University ofGalway.i e Panti Bliss and the Viral Video as Source Material 2014 – A ‘Noble Call’ was performed at the Abbey each night after the production of The Risen People Singers, writers, artists, poets etc. gave a response to the theme of the play. Panti Bliss’ speech from the Abbey became a viral sensation and a major rallying call for the Marriage Equality Referendum of 2015. Video is not within the Abbey Digital Archive Exists only on Youtube ….. For now.
  14. 14. University ofGalway.i e University ofGalway.i e Freedom of Expression and Media Law – The Kevin Boyle Human Rights Archive.
  15. 15. Facing our Hidden Histories. Listening, Oral History, and the Survivor-led Archive of the Tuam Mother and Baby Home. Open Access podcast, narrated by Cillian Murphy, based on Survivor Testimony. 15
  16. 16. Podcast as Digital Archive – Creating the Record Partnership with Galway International Arts Festival – A Digital record of the Festival. Leaf Work by John Gerard. Galway, 2020 and Sydney 2021 – Podcast about the artistic response to climate change, forming a new and responsive archive of the present. 16
  17. 17. University ofGalway.i e Responding to a unforeseen learning environment. Sourcing, evaluating, embedding new digital content into learning programmes. Encouraging new and diverse learning pathways. Embedding archive literacy within class time. Set assessments that are student-led, reflective, and critical of information and the medium. Linking our collections to external collections – discovering new learning pathways. Support and share each other’s digital collections – we all benefit!
  18. 18. Thank you Email: barry.houlihan@universityofgalway.ie Image: Looking out from the Hardiman Library, University of Galway by Chaosheng Zhang

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