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The Inconvenient Truth about Historical Documentaries
Wednesday, 05 November 2008
Image Historical documentaries and movies should be given the same treatment as traditional primary and secondary sources. This was one of Dr. Jeremy Stoddard's (William & Mary) messages to the Teaching Fellows during his presentation, "The Inconvenient Truth about Historical Documentaries" on October 9th at Clemons Library. Using best practice media clips, Dr. Stoddard shared his research on student/teacher perceptions of documentaries, strategies for evaluating documentaries for authenticity and accuracy, and instructional tips for using documentaries in the classroom. The presentation provided the Fellows with number of points to consider while researching and designing their their own digital narrratives.
 

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