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Session 407: Archivists as Educators: Why Should We Teach?
Friday, August 28, 2008 - 2:30 PM-4:00 PM
 Speakers and Presentation Titles:
Rick Ewig (Leader), Associate Director, University of Wyoming - "When Did Sacajawea Die Anyway? Challenging Students with Primary Sources"
Carol Bowers, Reference Manager, University of Wyoming - "Meeting the Challenge: Developing an Archival Research Methodology Class"
Carol Bryant, University of Wyoming - "Preparing Future Educators: The Importance of Training Teachers in Effective Research Methods"