S is for Signal-boost

Woman speaking into a megaphone

This post was partially inspired by Claire Kreuger's alphabet blog series on colonialism and reconciliation. I've been thinking a lot about signal-boosting as a form of activism recently.  This has in part come from conversations around what work settlers can engage in following the verdict which found Gerald Stanley not guilty in the shooting death … Continue reading S is for Signal-boost

Community Archives and Collaboration in the Classroom

Earlier this week Skylee-Storm Hogan and I were invited to speak as part of an ongoing faculty professional development series focusing on collaboration.  Our session focused on ways faculty can collaborate with archives, how archives can be brought into the classroom, and using archives across disciplines. The workshop was relatively informal with Skylee-Storm and I … Continue reading Community Archives and Collaboration in the Classroom