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Great Basin College Virtual Humanities Center
Scott Gavorsky, Great Basin College
Grant details: https://securegrants.neh.gov/publicquery/main.aspx?f=1&gn=CZ-50342-14
Virtual Humanities Center at Great Basin College (Web Resources)
Title: Virtual Humanities Center at Great Basin College
Author: Great Basin College
Abstract: This website has been created by Great Basin College and features a Virtual Humanities Center with open access teaching and learning resources devoted to the Humanities.
Primary URL: http://www.humanities.gbcnv.edu
Primary URL Description: Great Basin College NEH Virtual Humanities Center
Elkokoak: The Basques of Elko (Web Resources)
Title: Elkokoak: The Basques of Elko
Author: Elko Euzkaldunak Club
Author: Northeastern Nevada Museum
Author: Vince J. Juaristi
Author: Scott A. Gavorsky
Author: Gretchen Skivington
Author: Cassandra Stahlke
Abstract: In conjunction with the 2016 Smithsonian Folklife Festival "Innovation by Culture" tribute to Basque-Americans and the 2016 Elko National Basque Festival (celebrating 53 years!), the Virtual Humanities Center at Great Basin College is proud to present this growing collection of materials representing northeastern Nevada's rich Basque heritage.
Primary URL: http://humanities.gbcnv.edu/elkokoak
Primary URL Description: The Elkokoak: The Basques of Elko digital exhibit contains a series of items related to the stories and heritage of the Basque communities of northern Nevada contained within the archives of the Virtual Humanities Center at Great Basin College. The exhibit includes streaming videos of oral histories, the "Intertwined" series of Basque-American encounters by Vince J. Juaristi, and the complete collection of Elko National Basque Festival programs from 1965 to 2016.
Humanities Toolkit (Web Resources)
Title: Humanities Toolkit
Author: Great Basin College Faculty
Author: Great Basin College Student Government Association
Abstract: Humanities-based education can provide students with a broad range of skills which are increasingly vital in the 21st-century world. The Humanities Toolkit is an interdisciplinary space for Great Basin College faculty and others to explore the use of the humanities content in their classrooms and to swap best practices or just plain good ideas that need further development.
Primary URL: http://humanities.gbcnv.edu/omeka/exhibits/show/humanities-toolkit
Primary URL Description: Presented here is a collection of faculty-submitted items that Great Basin College Faculty have found the most usable and which present the range of materials found within the Toolkit. The list to the right presents some broad categories of items:
Student Peer Advice
Finding and Using Evidence
Using VHC Materials
WebCampus and Software