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Presentation
Digital Atlanta: Engaging Students with Their Local Environment
EDUCAUSE Southeast Regional Conference (2013)
  • Bryan Sinclair, Georgia State University
  • Joseph Hurley, Georgia State University
Abstract

Georgia State University Library is connecting and engaging students with their local Atlanta environment through a new interdisciplinary digital project involving historical city planning maps. Designed as an educational digital humanities platform, "Planning Atlanta: A New City in the Making, 1930s–1990s," is currently being used by students in various disciplines. Through this dynamic platform, students, educators, and the public are engaging with their surroundings, discovering connections about the built environment and the past, and changing their perception of Atlanta in ways that would not be possible without the aid of this digital collection.

Publication Date
May 29, 2013
Citation Information
Bryan Sinclair and Joseph Hurley. "Digital Atlanta: Engaging Students with Their Local Environment" EDUCAUSE Southeast Regional Conference (2013)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/bryan_sinclair/8/