and other digital libraries in the classroom
Only you can decide how to best use eCUIP and other digital
libraries in the classroom. The following tasks will help you explore
ways other educators have used digital libraries with their students and
think about how digital libraries might work for you.
Choose one of the articles and one digital library from the Resources
page. Explain how the digital library you selected relates to the article
you read (e.g., using the Chicago Historical Societys digital resources
and how it may fill the role of digital libraries as described in the
Masullo article; or eCUIP and what resources are uncovered
on the Web.) E-mail your composed thoughts to your mentors.
Spend some time with one of eCUIP's original resources and create a short
lesson plan detailing how you would have your students use the resource.
For some examples of new, original eCUIP resources see: What's
new on eCUIP
For more information see the Resources
| Digital Libraries | eCUIP
| Educational Use
Resources | Teaching