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Mapping Points of Interest: An Analysis of Students' Engagement with Digital Primary Sources
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American Journal of Distance Education Volume 32, Number 3, ISSN 0892-3647

Abstract

The Digital Archival Advertisements Survey Process (DAASP) model is a collaborative active learning exercise designed to aid students in evaluating primary source documents of print-based advertisements. By deploying DAASP, the researchers were able to assess the students' ability to evaluate their biases of the advertisements in a first-year composition course. This research attempts to answer the following research question: Do students perceive heatmap-centered collaboration as helpful with their evaluation of library-licensed digital primary sources? This research explored students' experiences interacting with and reflecting on archival advertisements (mid-twentieth century) in a first-year composition class in Fall 2017 utilizing the DAASP model.

Citation

Rysavy, M.D.T., Michalak, R. & Hunt, K. (2018). Mapping Points of Interest: An Analysis of Students' Engagement with Digital Primary Sources. American Journal of Distance Education, 32(3), 202-216. Retrieved June 17, 2019 from .

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