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Samokishyn, Marta, and Jérémie LeBlanc. 2023. “Primary Source Instruction in Theological Libraries Through Rare Book Collections: Collaborative Initiative in Credit-Bearing Library Labs.” Atla Summary of Proceedings, December, 73–102. Download
Withers, Clare, Carrie Donovan, Diana Dill, Jeanann Haas, and Berenika M. Webster. 2023. “Advancements in Primary Source Pedagogy: Catalysts for Collaboration, Context, and Change | Withers | RBM: A Journal of Rare Books, Manuscripts, and Cultural Heritage.” RBM:  A Journal of Rare Books, Manuscripts, & Cultural Heritage 24 (2): 112–28.
Quinn, Alexa M., and Alexandria Hakim. 2023. “Straight to the Sources: Analyzing Elementary Preservice Teacher Planning for Inquiry.” The Journal of Social Studies Research, November, 23522798231206188.
Miles, John David. 2023. “In Defense of the Dog-and-Pony Show: Rethinking One-Shot Instruction in Special Collections Libraries.” Codex: The Journal of the Louisiana Chapter of the ACRL 6 (4): 31–55. Download
Gustavson, Andi. 2023. Transforming the Authority of the Archive: Undergraduate Pedagogy and Critical Digital Archives. University of Michigan Press.
Maughan, Hannah. 2023. “Making: Archives/Making: Impact - The Creative Use of Archives within Textile Design Education and Practice.” Futurescan 5: Conscious Communities, Post Conference Publication, July.
Bedi, Shailoo, Heather Dean, and Adrienne Williams Boyarin. 2023. “Manuscripts in the Flesh: Collections-Based Learning with Medieval Manuscripts at the University of Victoria,” June.
Kiser, Paula, Christina Larson, Kevin O’Sullivan, and Anne Peale. 2023. “How Faculty Adapted Primary Source Instruction During the Pandemic and What Is Here to Stay.” In ACRL 2023 Conference Proceedings, 495–501. Pittsburg, PA: ACRL.
Duncan, Lisa, Mary Feeney, Yvonne Mery, and Niamh Wallace. 2023. “Designing Text-Message Based Instruction for Primary Source Literacy.” In ACRL 2023 Conference Proceedings, 502–10. Pittsburg, PA: ACRL.
Squibb, Sara Davidson, Catherine Koehler, and Jerrold Shiroma. 2023. “Engaging Neglected Histories: First-Year Students, Archives, and Wikipedia.” College & Research Libraries News 84 (3): 103–9. Download
Barr, Justin, Rachel Ingold, and Jeffrey P Baker. 2023. “History of Medicine in the Clerkships: A Novel Model for Integrating Medicine and History.” Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences, January, jrac042.
Baines, Joanna. 2023. “Establishing Special Collections Literacy for Undergraduate Students: An Investigation into Benefits and Barriers of Access.” Archives and Records 44 (1): 8–35. Download
Waring, Scott M., and Natalia Cruz. 2023. “Using SOURCES to Examine and Understand Immigrants’ Journeys to the United States through Ellis Island.” The Social Studies, 1–18.
Schocker, Jessica B., and Justin De Senso. 2023. “Teaching Resistance With Primary Sources.” The Social Studies 0 (0): 1–12.
Danner, Sonja, Tal Yaar-Waisel, and Israel Ben-Dor. 2023. “Comparative Dimensions of Teaching in Austria and in Israel: Holocaust Education Using Primary Sources.” In Re-Visioning Geography: Supporting the SDGs in the Post-COVID Era, edited by Aikaterini Klonari, Maria Luisa De Lázaro y Torres, and Athanasios Kizos, 153–76. Key Challenges in Geography. Cham: Springer International Publishing.
Waring, Scott M. 2023. The Educator’s Handbook for Teaching with Primary Sources. Teachers College Press.
Rohmiller, Amy, and Teresa Saxton. 2023. “Go to the Source: Effective Archivist/Faculty Collaboration in Writing Instruction.” In Cases on Establishing Effective Collaborations in Academic Libraries, 230–47. IGI Global.
Hoyer, Jen, Kaitlin Holt, John Voiklis, Bennett Attaway, and Rebecca Joy Norlander. 2022. “Redesigning Program Assessment for Teaching with Primary Sources: Understanding the Impacts of Our Work.” The American Archivist 85 (2): 443–79.
Withers, Clare, Diana Dill, Jeanann Haas, Kathy Haines, and Berenika Webster. 2022. “Library Impact Research Report: A Toolkit for Demonstrating and Measuring Impact of Primary Sources in Teaching and Learning.” Washington, DC: Association of Research Libraries.
Hoelscher, Colleen. 2022. “One-Shots in Special Collections and Archives: Moving from Gatekeeper to Guide.” College and Research Libraries 83 (5): 848.
Hoyer, Jen. 2022. “Using a Standards Crosswalk to Adapt Resources for Teaching with Primary Sources Across K–12 and Higher Education.” Archival Issues 41 (2). Download
Soininen, Susanna. 2022. “Teaching Historical Thinking in Practice: A Study of US History Teachers’ Views on Using Primary Sources in AP and IB History Lessons.” History Education Research Journal 19 (1). Download Download
Neal, Kathleen B., and Nicholas Ferns. 2022. “Primary Sources, Pedagogy and the Politics of Tertiary History in Australia.” History Australia 0 (0): 1–18.
Keeran, Peggy. 2022. “‘We Turn the Lens … on Ourselves:’ Assessing Digital Primary Source Library Instruction through the Lens of Scholarship of Teaching and Learning.” Reference Services Review 51 (1): 33–51.
Dearborn, Carly, and Michael Flierl. 2022. “A Diplomatic-Informed Archival Pedagogy: Fostering Student-Centered Learning Environments for Novice Archival Researchers.” Journal of Documentation ahead-of-print (ahead-of-print).
Murphy, Benjamin, and Rachel Chacko. 2022. “Fresh Hops: Faculty-Librarian Innovations for Teaching Twentieth Century Music Research.” LOEX Conference Proceedings 2015, January.
Minter, Alyse, Ashley Todd-Diaz, and La Shonda Mims. 2022. “Breaking Down Traditional Territory Lines: Building Instrutional Relationships Between Librarians, Archivists, and Discipline Faculty.” LOEX Conference Proceedings 2018, January.
Hinnefeld, Suzanne. 2022. “Library Instruction in the Special Collections Room: Pre-Service Teacher Sand Early 20th Century Children’s Literature.” LOEX Conference Proceedings 2017, January.
Tribbett, Krystal, Derek Quezada, and Jimmy Zavala. 2022. “Library Impact Research Report: Improving Primary Source Literacy Learning Outcomes through a Community-Centered Archives Approach.” Association of Research Libraries.
Abdelkhalek, Malak, Sudi Ali, Toka Alhamzawey, Noha Choudhury, Salma Duqah, Sara Marzagora, and Rafeef Ziadah. 2022. “Inclusive Pedagogy: Integrating Cultural Production and Anti-Colonial Archives.” London, UK: King’s College London.
Daines III, J. Gordon, Maggie Gallup Kopp, and Dainan Skeem. 2022. “Bridging the Gab: Competencies for Teaching with Primary Sources.” Portal: Libraries & the Academy 22 (4): 855–78.
Hoyer, Jen, Kaitlin Holt, and Julia Pelaez. 2022. What Primary Sources Teach: Lessons for Every Classroom. Libraries Unlimited.
Tran Thi Quynh, Nga. 2022. “Enhancing Student Engagement through Incorporating Primary Sources in ESL Classes.” Masarykova univerzita, Pedagogická fakulta.;info=1. Download
Graban, Tarez Samra, and Wendy Hayden, eds. 2022. Teaching through the Archives. Southern Illinois University Press.
Keefer, Scott. 2022. “Teaching Methods and Partnership Development Patterns for Non-University Archivists.” Thesis, University of Maryland. Download
Withers, Clare, Diana Dill, Jeanann Haas, Kathy Haines, and Berenika Webster. 2022. “A Toolkit for Demonstrating & Measuring Impact of Primary Sources in Teaching & Learning.” Download
Hughes, Richard, and Sarah Drake Brown. 2021. “Collective Memory and Historical Narratives: The African American Civil Rights Movement.” History Education Research Journal 18 (2). Download
Waters, Stewart, Anthony Pellegrino, Matt Hensley, and Joshua Kenna. 2021. “Forming School and University Partnerships to Learn and Teach with Primary Sources.” Journal of Social Studies Education Research 12 (3): 47–78. Download
Bursten, Julia R. S., and Matthew Strandmark. 2021. “Better Learning through History: Using Archival Resources to Teach Healthcare Ethics to Science Students.” European Journal for Philosophy of Science 11 (3): 89.
Davis, Daniel. 2021. “Using Visual Resources to Teach Primary Source Literacy.” Journal of Western Archives 12 (1).
Tanaka, Curtis. 2021. “Teaching with Primary Sources: Looking at the Support Needs of Instructors.” Ithaka S+R.
Burgard, Karen L B, Caroline O’Quinn, Michael L Boucher, Natasha Pinnix, Cynthia Trejo, and Charnae Dickson. 2021. “Using Photographs to Create Culturally Relevant Classrooms: People of San Antonio, Texas, in the 1930s.” Social Studies and the Young Learner 33 (3): 3–7. Download
Xu, Lijuan. 2021. Engaging Undergraduates in Primary Source Research. Innovations in Information Literacy. Rowman & Littlefield.
Flynn, Kara. 2021. “Archives and Special Collections Instruction for Large Classes.” Portal: Libraries and the Academy 21 (3): 573–602.
Porterfield, Julie, ed. 2021. The Teaching with Primary Sources Cookbook | ALA Store. ALA / ACRL.
Kajon, Jacqueline. 2021. “The Integration of Primary Source Learning to Affect Student Motivation and Mastery of Content in 6<Sup>Th</Sup> Grade Social Studies - ProQuest.”
Press, Meggan, and Meg Meiman. 2021. “Comparing the Impact of Physical and Digitized Primary Sources on Student Engagement.” Portal: Libraries and the Academy 21 (1): 99–112.
Jacobs, Courtney, Marcia McIntosh, and Kevin O’Sullivan. 2020. “Make-Ready: Fabricating a Bibliographic Community.” The Journal of Interactive Technology & Pedgagogy, December.
Shepard, Elizabeth. 2020. “Educating Our Patrons: Teaching with Primary Sources in Educational Outreach in Medical Archives.” Archival Issues 40 (2).
Roussain, James. 2020. “Pedagogue in the Archive:” Archivaria, November, 70–111.