Teams of two students from five COPLAC institutions across the country participated in this course, selecting a local effort to challenge or censor a book. Their semester-long projects involved researching their case, interviewing experts and participants, using digital tools to explore the historical context for the challenge, and bringing all their research together in a website.
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COPLACDigital is a Mellon Foundation-funded initiative to develop distance mentoring digital liberal arts courses across the Council of Public Liberal Arts Colleges consortium. Based on the highly successful Century America seminar, COPLACDigital brings together faculty, students, archivists, and instructional technologists to collaborate in the public creation of knowledge.