Reading the Middle Ages Omeka Site to Share Undergraduate Research
Sources for Teachers in Literary Studies and Art
13 January 2020 | TMA
Reading the Middle Ages: The Heroic and the Chivalric (MARS/ENGL2P95), offered by the Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Studies (MARS) at Brock University
Reading the Middle Ages omeka site has been created by Dr. Teresa Russo for students to display their research and creative projects in the Humanities course, Reading the Middle Ages: The Heroic and the Chivalric (MARS/ENGL2P95), offered by the Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Studies (MARS) with the English Department at Brock University. The site will include research by undergraduates and original poems and creative expressions in response to Medieval texts.
The students of MARS are grateful to David Sharron, Head of Archives and Special Collections at Brock University, and to Tim Ribaric, Director of the Digital Scholarship Lab (DSL), and Daniel Brett of the Digital Scholarship Lab (DSL) for their support in starting this project. They are also grateful for the continuous support of all our course projects and conferences from Professor Felipe Ruan, Director of the Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Studies and Elaine Aldridge-Lowe, Administrative Assistance at MARS.
The Digital Scholarship Lab will power the site. The first group of research, academic posters, will by posted by the end of May at https://exhibits.library.brocku.ca/s/reading-the-middle-ages/page/welcome-to-rma ("Welcome to RMA · Reading the Middle Ages: Oral and Literate Cultures · Brock University Library") Teachers may find resources helpful in creating lessons and study sheets. Additionally, the academic posters will include images that can be used in presentations of Medieval materials in the classroom.
How to cite this blog:
TMA Staff. "Reading the Middle Ages Omeka Site to Share Undergraduate Research: Sources for Teachers in Literary Studies and Art." Teaching the Middle Ages, January 13, 2020, https://www.teachingthemiddleages.com/post/reading-the-middle-ages-omeka-site-to-share-undergraduate-research.