This group focuses on strategies for teaching digital and public history in the context of Los Angeles. We define Los Angeles broadly, as the entire metropolitan area, as well as areas of connection. We invite history teachers and public history practitioners at both the secondary and postsecondary levels. "Teaching Digital Los Angeles" grows out of a roundtable on this topic held at the 2014 National Council on Public History.
Teaching Digital Los Angeles
This roundtable will discuss best practices from a variety of classroom projects focused on digital and public history in the context of Los Angeles, including Southern California agriculture, mobility in Southern California, Los Angeles environmental history, and community history in South Central...United StatesFerrante III