Historians for Hire

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Historians for Hire


Materials from the course Historians for Hire (History 200, Spring 2020). The center project of the course was creating and contributing to the Carleton Covid-19 Archive. These documents include instructional materials, assignments, and student reflections.


Elizabeth Budd


Spring 2020

Collection Items

Final Reflections
My group all answered the same interview questions as a way to wrap up this project.

Michael Schultz's Personal Reflection
Here is a brief reflection written by myself discussing everything that has happened.

Anne Lim's Personal Reflection
A written reflection on Historians for Hire.

Covid Archive Term Assignment
This document lays out the expectations for the course Historians for Hire. It discusses uploading items to the Carleton Covid-19 Archive, tasks for each week, and due dates for assignments.

Detailed Explanation of Each Assignment
This document describes the four main assignments for the course Historians for Hire. The four ongoing assignments are a weekly personal journal, blog posts, items uploaded to the archive, and a group project log updated weekly.

Hist 200 Reflections for Spring 2020
The typical end of term reflection for Historians for Hire was adapted to reflect the ways the course differed from its typical format. Students are asked to reflect on the skills they've developed and the impact of their experience.

Omeka Exhibit Draft Assignment
This document outlines an assignment which asked students to curate the items they have uploaded into an exhibit on the archive platform.

Metadata Schema
This document lays out the metadata framework created for the Carleton Covid-19 Archive, based on the JOTPY metadata framework.
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