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Publications about K-12 Education

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Wasman, Wendy, Thomas R. Beatman, Shanon Donnelly, Kathryn M. Flinn, Jeremy Spencer, and Ryan J. Trimbath. 2019. “Branching Out: Using Historical Records to Connect with the Environment.” The Journal of Interactive Technology & Pedgagogy, no. 14. https://jitp.commons.gc.cuny.edu/branching-out-using-historical-records-to-connect-with-the-environment/.
Bober, Tom. 2019. Elementary Educator’s Guide to Primary Sources: Strategies for Teaching.
Garcia, Patricia. 2017. “Accessing Archives: Teaching with Primary Sources in K–12 Classrooms.” The American Archivist 80 (1): 189–212. https://doi.org/10.17723/0360-9081.80.1.189.
Abbott, Franky, and Dan Cohen. 2015. “Using Large Digital Collections in Education: Meeting the Needs of Teachers and Students.” Digital Public Library of America (DPLA). http://dp.la/info/education/.
Addonizio, Valerie, and Christopher Case. 2015. “Collaboration and Education: Engaging High School Students with  EAC-CPF Research.” In Innovation, Collaboration and Models: Proceedings of the CLIR Cataloging Hidden Special Collections and Archives Symposium, 169:48–56. CLIR. https://www.clir.org/wp-content/uploads/sites/6/addonizioetal.pdf.
Garcia, Patricia. 2015. “Accessing Archives: Primary Sources and Inquiry-Based Learning in K-12 Classrooms.” Ph.D., United States -- California: University of California, Los Angeles. http://search.proquest.com/docview/1725906361.
Levstik, Linda S., and Keith C. Barton. 2015. Doing History: Investigating With Children In Elementary And Middle Schools. 5th edition. New York: Routledge.
Malkmus, Doris. 2014. “Plan for (Teaching) the Past! Reach Out Now to Middle and High Schools Gearing Up for National History Day.” MAC Newsletter 41 (3): 32. https://lib.dr.iastate.edu/macnewsletter/vol41/iss2/11/.
Nygren, Thomas. 2014. “Students Writing History Using Traditional and Digital Archives.” Human IT 12 (3): 78–116. http://etjanst.hb.se/bhs/ith/3-12/tn.htm.
Thompson, Kathleen. 2014. Examining the Evidence: Seven Strategies for Teaching with Primary Sources. Capstone Classroom.
Callison, Daine. 2013. “CCSS: Primary Sources for Secondary Social Studies.” School Library Monthly 30 (2): 18–21. https://schoollibraryconnection.com/Search/GetPdf/1967010?learningModuleId=0&topicCenterId=1955265&curriculumModuleId=0&isReview=False.
Baron, Christine. 2013. “Using Inquiry-Based Instruction to Encourage Teachers’ Historical Thinking at Historic Sites.” Teaching and Teacher Education 35 (October): 157–69. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.tate.2013.06.008.
Lamb, Annette, and Larry Johnson. 2013. “Social Studies in the Spotlight: Digital Collections, Primary Sources, and the Common Core.” Teacher Librarian 41 (1): 62–65. https://scholarworks.iupui.edu/handle/1805/8574.
Dekydtspotter, Lori Lynn, and Cherry Dunham Williams. 2013. “Alchemy and Innovation: Cultivating an Appreciation for Primary Sources in Younger Students.” RBM: A Journal of Rare Books, Manuscripts, and Cultural Heritage 14 (2): 67–81. https://doi.org/https://doi.org/10.5860/rbm.14.2.402.
Dickson, Eleanor, and Matthew J. Gorzalski. 2013. “More than Primary Sources: Teaching about the Archival Profession as a Method of K-12 Outreach.” Archival Issues: Journal of the Midwest Archives Conference 35 (1): 7–19. http://opensiuc.lib.siu.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1074&context=morris_articles.
Gandy, Shawna. 2012. “Teaching U.S. History from an Oregon Perspective: A Multimedia Approach to Educational Outreach.” OLA Quarterly 18 (3): 28–33. https://core.ac.uk/download/pdf/48857685.pdf.
Hayes, Shaun, Deirdre A. Scaggs, Gregory J. Kocken, Matt Herbison, and Gwen Granados. 2012. “Kids These Days : K-12 Students and the Use of Primary Sources.” Conference Session presented at the Society of American Archivists Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA. http://files.archivists.org/conference/sandiego2012/audio/208,%20Kids%20These%20Days,%20K-12%20Students%20and%20the%20Use%20of%20Primary%20Sources.MP3.
Morgan, Denise N., and Timothy V. Rasinski. 2012. “The Power and Potential of Primary Sources.” The Reading Teacher 65 (8): 584–94. https://doi.org/10.1002/TRTR.01086.
Minegar, Sarah. 2011. “No Money? No Time? No Problem! Get Your Low-Budget Educational Program off the Ground.” Archival Outlook, April, 10-11,27. http://files.archivists.org/periodicals/Archival-Outlook/Back-Issues/2011-2-AO.pdf.
Diekema, Anne. 2011. “Teaching Use of Digital Primary Sources for K-12 Settings.” D-Lib Magazine 17 (3/4). http://www.dlib.org/dlib/march11/diekema/03diekema.html.
Stripling, Barbara. 2011. “Teaching the Voices of History Through Primary Sources and Historical Fiction: A Case Study of Teacher and Librarian Roles.” School of Information Studies: Dissertations, January. https://surface.syr.edu/it_etd/66.
Hudson, Kelly Kerbow. 2011. “The Gloria Anzaldúa Archive as Teaching Tool: A Look at Lesson Planning for Elementary School Students.” Journal for the Society of North Carolina Archivists 9 (1): 25–34. http://www.ncarchivists.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/JSNCA_2011_Vol09No1.pdf.
Voigt, Tobi. 2011. “Is National History Day Ready for Web 2.0?” In A Different Kind of Web: New Connections between Archives and Our Users, edited by Kate Theimer, 233–41. Chicago: Society of American Archivists.
Schooley, Jenny. 2010. “High Schoolers Meet Archives. Primary Sources Fascinate Morristown, N.J., Youth.” Archival Outlook, October, 7-8,39. http://files.archivists.org/periodicals/Archival-Outlook/Back-Issues/2010-5-AO.pdf.
Ruffin, Ellen, and Laura Capell. 2009. “Dispelling the Myths: Using Primary Sources in the K-12 Classroom.” Children and Libraries 7 (1): 26–31. https://journals.ala.org/index.php/cal/article/view/79/54.
Robb, Jenny. 2009. “The Opper Project: Collaborating with Educators to Promote the Use of Editorial Cartoons in the Social Studies Classroom.” RBM: A Journal of Rare Books, Manuscripts and Cultural Heritage 10 (2): 70–94. https://doi.org/10.5860/rbm.10.2.320.
Hendry, Julia. 2007. “Primary Sources in K-12 Education: Opportunities for Archives.” American Archivist 70 (1): 114–29. http://archivists.metapress.com/content/v674024627315777/.
Visser, Michelle. 2006. “Perspectives On… Special Collections at ARL Libraries and K-12 Outreach: Current Trends.” The Journal of Academic Librarianship 32 (3): 313–19. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.acalib.2006.02.012.
Otto, Kathryn, Lenn Ann Potter, and Aprille McKay. 2006. “Archivists Are Teachers: New Ideas and Techniques for Fostering Learning in the Archives.” Conference Session presented at the Society of American Archivists Annual Meeting, Washington, DC. http://files.archivists.org/conference/2006/audio/210.mp3.
Schiff, Stacy. 2004. “School Libraries and the Use of Primary Sources in History Education: Exploring Need and Solutions.” Current Studies in Librarianship 28 (1/2): 51–57.
Hicks, David, Peter Doolittle, and John K. Lee. 2004. “Social Studies Teachers’ Use of Classroom and Web-Based Historical Primary Sources.” Theory and Research in Social Education 32 (2): 213–47. https://doi.org/10.1080/00933104.2004.10473253.
Laver, Tara. 2003. “Off the Shelf and Into the Classroom: Working with K-12 Teachers to Integrate Digitized Collections into Classroom Instruction.” The Southeastern Librarian 50 (4). https://digitalcommons.kennesaw.edu/seln/vol50/iss4/9.
Visser, Michelle. 2003. “Inviting in the Rabble: Changing Approaches to Public Service and Access in Special Collections.” Public Services Quarterly 1 (4): 29–41. https://doi.org/10.1300/J295v01n04_03.
Lyons, Matthew. 2002. “K-12 Instruction and Digital Access to Archival Materials.” Journal of Archival Organization 1 (1): 19–34. https://doi.org/10.1300/J201v01n01_03.
Gilliland-Swetland, Anne J., Yasmin B. Kafai, and William E. Landis. 1999. “Integrating Primary Sources into the Elementary School Classroom: A Case Study of Teachers’ Perspectives.” Archivaria 48: 89–116. http://journals.sfu.ca/archivar/index.php/archivaria/article/view/12718/13896.
Gilliland-Swetland, Anne J. 1998. “An Exploration of K-12 User Needs for Digital Primary Source Materials.” American Archivist 61 (1): 136–57. https://doi.org/https://doi.org/10.17723/aarc.61.1.w851770151576l03.
Corbett, Katherine. 1991. “From File Folder to the Classroom: Recent Primary Source Curriculum Projects.” American Archivist 54: 296–300. https://americanarchivist.org/doi/pdf/10.17723/aarc.54.2.1657t38867754355.

Publications about Higher Education

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Davis, Robin Camille. 2019. “Introducing First-Year and Transfer Students to a College Library with a Historical Mystery from the Special Collections.” College & Undergraduate Libraries 26 (4): 278–300. https://doi.org/10.1080/10691316.2019.1695034.
Anderberg, Lindsay, Robin M. Katz, Shaun Hayes, Alison Stankrauff, Morgen MacIntosh Hodgetts, Josué Hurtado, Abigail Nye, and Ashley Todd-Diaz. 2018. “Teaching the Teacher: Primary Source Instruction in American and Canadian Archives Graduate Programs.” The American Archivist 81 (1): 188–215. https://doi.org/10.17723/0360-9081-81.1.188. Download
Skeem, Dainan, and Catherine Fulford. 2016. “An Introduction to the University Archive: A Web-Based Instruction Module.” Conference Presentation presented at the Learning Design & Technology’s TCC Online Conference, April. http://hdl.handle.net/10125/40180.
Hendrickson, Lois. 2016. “Teaching with Artifacts and Special Collections.” Bulletin of the History of Medicine 90 (1): 136–40. https://doi.org/10.1353/bhm.2016.0009.
Fernández, Natalia. 2016. “Collaborations Between Multicultural Educators and Archivists: Engaging Students with Multicultural History Through Archival Research Projects.” Multicultural Perspectives 18 (3): 153–58. https://doi.org/https://doi.org/10.1080/15210960.2016.1191280.
Swain, Ellen D. 2016. “Best Practices for Teaching with Primary Sources.” In The New Information Literacy Instruction: Best Practices, 189–204. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield.
Toups, Megan L. 2016. “When the Curioso Meets the Curator.” The Reading Room 1 (2): 35–48. https://readingroom.lib.buffalo.edu/PDF/vol1-issue2/When-the-Curioso-Meets-the-Curator.pdf.
Whalen, Deborah, and Neil Kasiak. 2015. “The FROG Model: Enhancing Teaching and Learning by Leaping From Archives  to Classrooms.” In 35th Annual Original Lilly Conference on College Teaching. Oxford, OH. https://encompass.eku.edu/fs_research/40/.
Harter, Christopher, and Elisabeth McMahon. 2015. “Maximizing Partnerships: Faculty Buy-in, Service Learning, and  Hidden Collections.” In Innovation, Collaboration and Models: Proceedings of the CLIR Cataloging Hidden Special Collections and Archives Symposium, 169:40–47. CLIR. https://clir.wordpress.clir.org/wp-content/uploads/sites/6/harteral.pdf.
Gorzalski, Matt. 2015. “Archives and Non-Humanities Students.” College & Research Libraries News 76 (3): 144–46. https://doi.org/10.5860/crln.76.3.9280.
Weiner, Sharon A., Sammie Morris, and Lawrence J. Mykytiuk. 2015. “Archival Literacy Competencies for Undergraduate History Majors.” American Archivist 78 (1): 154–80. http://docs.lib.purdue.edu/lib_fsdocs/125/.
Keen, Sarah, Mott R. Linn, Anne Cuyler Salsich, Kathelene McCarty Smith, and Ed Vermue. 2015. “Get Their Hands on It: Teaching with Objects in Archives and Special Collections.” Conference Session presented at the Society of American Archivists Annual Meeting, Cleveland, OH. https://archives2015.sched.org/event/2y9c/session-108-creating-opportunities-for-innovative-digital-projects-through-collaboration-among-faculty-students-librarians-and-archivists.
Theimer, Kate, ed. 2015. Educational Programs: Innovative Practices for Archives and Special Collections. Rowman & Littlefield Publishers.
Nimer, Cory L., and J. Gordon Daines III. 2015. “Developing Online Tutorials in Special Collections and Archives: A Case Study.” Journal of Library Innovation 6 (1): 75–91.
Cook, Matthew. 2015. “Build It and They Will Come: Integrating Unique Collections and Undergraduate Research.” Collection Building 34 (4): 128–33.
Samuelson, Todd, and Cait Coker. 2014. “Mind the Gap: Integrating Special Collections Teaching.” Portal: Libraries & the Academy 14 (1): 51–66. https://doi.org/10.1353/pla.2013.0041.
Morris, Sammie, Lawrence Mykytiuk, and Sharon Weiner. 2014. “Archival Literacy for History Students: Identifying Faculty Expectations of Archival Research Skills.” American Archivist 77 (2): 394–424. https://doi.org/doi.org/10.17723/aarc.77.2.j270637g8q11p460.
Garland, Jennifer. 2014. “Locating Traces of Hidden Visual Culture in Rare Books and Special Collections: A Case Study in Visual Literacy.” Art Documentation: Bulletin of the Art Libraries Society of North America 33 (2): 313–26. https://doi.org/10.1086/678473.
Bahde, Anne. 2014. “The History Labs: Integrating Primary Source Literacy Skills into a History Survey Course.” Journal of Archival Organization 11 (3/4): 175–204. https://ir.library.oregonstate.edu/xmlui/bitstream/handle/1957/52458/BahdeAnneLibraryHistoryLabIntegrating.pdf?sequence=4.
Reyes-Escudero, Verónica. 2014. “Incorporating Archives-Based Research into the Curriculum: A Collaborative and Outcomes-Based Approach.” Qualitative and Quantitative Methods in Libraries 4: 951–60. http://www.qqml.net/papers/December_2014_Issue/3416QQML_Journal_2014_VeronicaReyesEscudero_Dec_951-960.pdf.
Mahurter, Sarah. 2014. “Academic Uses of Archives and Special Collections: Thrill of the Real.” SCONUL Focus 60: 17–21. http://www.sconul.ac.uk/sites/default/files/documents/6_12.pdf.
Martin-Bowtell, Adele, and Rebekah Taylor. 2014. “A Collaborative Approach to the Use of Archives in Information Literacy Teaching and Learning in an Arts University.” Art Libraries Journal 39 (4): 27–32. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0307472200018526.
Lee Roberts, Regina, and Mattie Taormina. 2013. “Collaborative Co-Design for Library Workshops.” Behavioral & Social Sciences Librarian 32 (1): 46–56. https://doi.org/10.1080/01639269.2013.755875.
Miller, Kelly E., and Robert D. Montoya. 2013. “Teaching and Learning Los Angeles through Engagement with UCLA Library Special Collections.” Urban Library Journal 19 (1): 1–12. https://academicworks.cuny.edu/ulj/vol19/iss1/3/.
Hubbard, Melissa A., and Megan Lotts. 2013. “Special Collections, Primary Resources, and Information Literacy Pedagogy.” Communications in Information Literacy 7 (1): 24–38. http://files.eric.ed.gov/fulltext/EJ1088998.pdf.
Waters, Susannah. 2012. “Historical Resources and Creative Education at Glasgow School of Art.” Art Libraries Journal 37 (3): 15–19. http://radar.gsa.ac.uk/3769/1/Arlis_Historical_Resources_2012_pre-review.pdf.
Schlitz, Stephanie A., and Garrick S. Bodine. 2012. “The Martha Berry Digital Archive Project: A Case Study in Experimental PEDagogy.” Code4Lib Journal, no. 17 (June). http://journal.code4lib.org/articles/6823.
Miller, Michelle. 2012. “Information Literacy Instruction and Archives & Special Collections: A Review of Literature, Methodology,  and Cross-Disciplines.” In Preservation and Access: Facilitating Research in Information and Religion. Kent State University. http://digitalcommons.kent.edu/acir/2012/Papers/8/.
Nollan, Fred. 2012. “Using Primary Documents and Local Archives to Teach the Research Paper.” Alki 28 (1): 7–8. http://www.wla.org/assets/Alki/alki%20mar%2012%20final-low%20res.pdf.
Nimer, Cory L., and J. Gordon Daines III. 2012. “Teaching Undergraduates to Think Archivally.” Journal of Archival Organization 10 (1): 4–44.
Mussell, Jim. 2012. “Teaching Nineteenth-Century Periodicals Using Digital Resources: Myths and Methods.” Victorian Periodicals Review 45 (2): 201–9. https://muse.jhu.edu/article/481682.
Tomberlin, Jason, and Matthew Turi. 2012. “Supporting Student Work: Some Thoughts About Special Collections Instruction.” Journal of Library Administration 52 (3/4): 304–12. https://doi.org/10.1080/01930826.2012.684512.
Reynolds, Matthew C. 2012. “Lay of the Land: The State of Bibliographic Instruction Efforts in ARL Special Collections Libraries.” RBM:  A Journal of Rare Books, Manuscripts, & Cultural Heritage 13 (1): 13–26. https://doi.org/10.5860/rbm.13.1.366.
Harris, Valerie, and Ann Weller. 2012. “Use of Special Collections as an Opportunity for Outreach in the Academic Library.” Journal of Library Administration 52 (3/4): 294–303. https://doi.org/10.1080/01930826.2012.684508.
Cox, Richard, Janet Ceja Alcalá , and Leanne Bowler. 2012. “Archival Document Packets: A Teaching Module in Advocacy Training Using the Papers of Governor Dick Thornburgh.” American Archivist 75 (2): 371–92. https://doi.org/10.17723/aarc.75.2.04778333025635m0.
Gotkin, Kevin, Benjamin Hebblethwaite, Timothy B. Powell, Suzy Taraba, and Sarah Werner. 2012. “Undergraduates in the Archives.” Archive Journal, no. 2 (Fall). https://www.archivejournal.net/roundtable/undergraduates-in-the-archives/.
Kapelos, George Thomas, and Susan Patrick. 2012. “Teaching with the Canadian Architect Fonds: A Collaboration between Ryerson University Librarians and Instructors in Architecture Using Special Collections.” Art Documentation: Bulletin of the Art Libraries Society of North America 31 (2): 245–62. http://www.journals.uchicago.edu/doi/full/10.1086/668116.
Reidell, Andrea, Jules Bergis, Dana M. Lamparello, Robin M. Katz, and Sherri Berger. 2012. “Engaging Undergraduates, Advancing Archives: Innovative Approaches for a ‘Forgotten’ User Group.” Conference Session presented at the Society of American Archivists Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA. http://files.archivists.org/conference/sandiego2012/audio/402,%20Engaging%20Undergraduates,%20Advancing%20Archives,%20Innovative%20Approaches....MP3.
Mitchell, Eleanor, Peggy Seiden, and Suzy Taraba, eds. 2012. Past or Portal? Enhancing Undergraduate Learning through Special Collections and Archives. Chicago: Association of College and Research Libraries. https://www.alastore.ala.org/content/past-or-portal-enhancing-undergraduate-learning-through-special-collections-and-archives.
Bahde, Anne. 2011. “Taking the Show on the Road: Special Collections Instruction in the Campus Classroom.” RBM: A Journal of Rare Books, Manuscripts and Cultural Heritage 12 (2): 75–88. http://rbm.acrl.org/content/12/2/75. Download
Mazella, David, and Julie Grob. 2011. “Collaborations Between Faculty and Special Collections Librarians in Inquiry-Driven Classes.” Portal: Libraries and the Academy 11 (1): 465–87. https://doi.org/10.1353/pla.2011.0012.
Rockenbach, Barbara. 2011. “Archives, Undergraduates, and Inquiry-Based Learning: Case Studies from Yale University Library.” American Archivist 74 (1): 297–311. http://archivists.metapress.com/content/mml4871x2365j265/.
Berry, Sarah. 2011. “Students in the Archives: A Short Report on a Significant Learning Experience.” Currents in Teaching and Learning 3 (2): 33–41. https://www.worcester.edu/WorkArea/DownloadAsset.aspx?id=5371.
McClurken, Jeffrey W. 2011. “Archives & Teaching Undergraduates in a Digital Age.” In A Different Kind of Web: New Connections between Archives and Our Users, edited by Kate Theimer, 243–54. Chicago: Society of American Archivists.
Malkmus, Doris. 2010. “‘Old Stuff’ for New Teaching Methods: Outreach to History Faculty Teaching with Primary Sources.” Portal: Libraries and the Academy 10 (4): 413–25. https://doi.org/10.1353/pla.2010.0008.
McCoy, Michelle. 2010. “The Manuscript as Question: Teaching Primary Sources in the Archives--The China Missions Project.” College and Research Libraries 71 (1): 49–62. https://crl.acrl.org/index.php/crl/article/view/16058.
Studstill, Randall, and Peggy Cabrera. 2010. “Online Primary Sources in Religious Studies: Active Learning Exercises for Information Literacy Instruction.” Journal of Religious & Theological Information 9 (3–4): 84–112. https://doi.org/10.1080/10477845.2010.527252.
Krause, Magia G. 2010. “‘It Makes History Alive for Them’: The Role of Archivists and Special Collections Librarians in Instructing Undergraduates.” Journal of Academic Librarianship 36 (5): 401–11. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.acalib.2010.06.004.
Archer, Joanne, Ann M. Hanlon, and Jennie A. Levine. 2009. “Investigating Primary Source Literacy.” Journal of Academic Librarianship 35 (5): 410–20. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.acalib.2009.06.017.
Olson, Janet C. 2009. “Teaching with Archives, Teaching About Archives.” Journal for the Society of North Carolina Archivists 6 (2): 86–91. http://www.ncarchivists.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/JSNCA_2009_Vol06No2.pdf.

Publications about STEM

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Wasman, Wendy, Thomas R. Beatman, Shanon Donnelly, Kathryn M. Flinn, Jeremy Spencer, and Ryan J. Trimbath. 2019. “Branching Out: Using Historical Records to Connect with the Environment.” The Journal of Interactive Technology & Pedgagogy, no. 14. https://jitp.commons.gc.cuny.edu/branching-out-using-historical-records-to-connect-with-the-environment/.
Hendrickson, Lois. 2016. “Teaching with Artifacts and Special Collections.” Bulletin of the History of Medicine 90 (1): 136–40. https://doi.org/10.1353/bhm.2016.0009.
Tobbell, Dominique A. 2016. “Teaching Medical History with Primary Sources: Introduction.” Bulletin of the History of Medicine 90 (1): 124–27. https://doi.org/10.1353/bhm.2016.0034.
Tobbell, Dominique A. 2016. “Teaching with Oral Histories.” Bulletin of the History of Medicine 90 (1): 128–35. https://doi.org/10.1353/bhm.2016.0003.
Rice, Hannah. 2014. “HullCraft: Using Minecraft and Archives for Learning About the Past.” Play the Past (blog). December 18, 2014. http://www.playthepast.org/?p=5073.
Brown, Amanda H., Barbara Losoff, and Deborah R. Hollis. 2014. “Science Instruction through the Visual Arts in Special Collections.” Portal: Libraries and the Academy 14 (2): 1197–1216.
Kapelos, George Thomas, and Susan Patrick. 2012. “Teaching with the Canadian Architect Fonds: A Collaboration between Ryerson University Librarians and Instructors in Architecture Using Special Collections.” Art Documentation: Bulletin of the Art Libraries Society of North America 31 (2): 245–62. http://www.journals.uchicago.edu/doi/full/10.1086/668116.
Barnett, Janet Heine, Jerry Lodder, David Pengelley, Inna Pivkina, and Desh Ranjan. 2009. “Designing Student Projects for Teaching and Learning Discrete Mathematics and Computer Science via Primary Historical Sources.” In . https://doi.org/10.5948/upo9781614443001.018. Download

Publications about Assessment

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Garcia, Patricia, Joseph Lueck, and Elizabeth Yakel. 2019. “The Pedagogical Promise of Primary Sources: Research Trends, Persistent Gaps, and New Directions.” The Journal of Academic Librarianship 45 (2): 94–101. https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S009913331830329X. Download
Marino, Chris. 2018. “Inquiry-Based Archival Instruction: An Exploratory Study of Affective Impact.” American Archivist 81 (2): 483–512. https://doi.org/https://doi.org/10.17723/0360-9081-81.2.483.
Carini, Peter. 2016. “Information Literacy for Archives and Special Collections: Defining Outcomes.” Portal: Libraries & the Academy 16 (1): 191–206. http://muse.jhu.edu/article/609816.
Daines III, J. Gordon, and Cory L. Nimer. 2015. “In Search of Primary Source Literacy: Opportunities and Challenges.” RBM:  A Journal of Rare Books, Manuscripts, & Cultural Heritage 16 (1): 19–34. https://rbm.acrl.org/index.php/rbm/article/view/433.
Horowitz, Sarah M. 2015. “Hands-On Learning in Special Collections: A Pilot Assessment Project.” Journal of Archival Organization 12 (3–4): 216–29. https://doi.org/10.1080/15332748.2015.1118948.
Hensley, Merinda Kaye, and Benjamin P. Murphy. 2014. “Analyzing Archival Intelligence: A Collaboration between Library Instruction and Archives.” Communications in Information Literacy 8 (1): 96–114. http://www.comminfolit.org/index.php?journal=cil&page=article&op=view&path%5B%5D=v8i1p96.
Daniels, Morgan, and Elizabeth Yakel. 2013. “Uncovering Impact: The Influence of Archives on Student Learning.” Journal of Academic Librarianship 39 (5): 414–22. https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0099133313000487.
Bahde, Anne, and Heather Smedberg. 2012. “Measuring the Magic: Assessment in the  Special Collections and Archives Classroom.” RBM: A Journal of Rare Books, Manuscripts, and Cultural Heritage 13 (2): 152–74. http://rbm.acrl.org/content/13/2/152.full.pdf+html.
McCoy, Michelle. 2010. “The Manuscript as Question: Teaching Primary Sources in the Archives--The China Missions Project.” College and Research Libraries 71 (1): 49–62. https://crl.acrl.org/index.php/crl/article/view/16058.
Krause, Magia G. 2010. “Undergraduates in the Archives: Using an Assessment Rubric to Measure Learning.” American Archivist 73 (2): 507–34. https://doi.org/10.17723/aarc.73.2.72176h742v20l115.
Wosh, Peter J., Magia Krause, Doris Malkmus, and Barbara Rockenbach. 2009. “Collaborative Teaching and Learning in the Archives: Assessment and Insights.” Conference Session presented at the Society of American Archivists Annual Meeting, Austin, TX. http://files.archivists.org/conference/austin2009/audio/404.mp3.
Krause, Magia G. 2008. “Learning in the Archives: A Report on Instructional Practices.” Journal of Archival Organization 6 (4): 233–68. https://doi.org/10.1080/15332740802533263.
Yakel, Elizabeth, and Deborah Torres. 2003. “AI: Archival Intelligence and User Expertise.” American Archivist 66 (1): 51–78. https://doi.org/https://doi.org/10.17723/aarc.66.1.q022h85pn51n5800.

Publications about ELA and Writing

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Stripling, Barbara. 2011. “Teaching the Voices of History Through Primary Sources and Historical Fiction: A Case Study of Teacher and Librarian Roles.” School of Information Studies: Dissertations, January. https://surface.syr.edu/it_etd/66.
Reynolds, Matthew, and Dale Sauter. 2008. “Engaging Undergraduates in Special Collections Through English Composition.” College & Research Libraries News 69 (6): 318–21. https://doi.org/10.5860/crln.69.6.8004.
Mazak, Jeanine, and Frank Manista. 2000. “Collaborative Learning: University Archives and Freshman Composition.” The Reference Librarian 32 (67–68): 225–42. https://doi.org/10.1300/J120v32n67_16.

Publications about Digitization and Online Instruction

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Skeem, Dainan, and Catherine Fulford. 2016. “An Introduction to the University Archive: A Web-Based Instruction Module.” Conference Presentation presented at the Learning Design & Technology’s TCC Online Conference, April. http://hdl.handle.net/10125/40180.
Chen, Amy H. 2015. “Methods to Use Digital Resources to Teach Primary Sources.” Archive Journal, no. 5 (Fall). http://www.archivejournal.net/issue/5/notes-queries/methods-to-use-digital-resources-to-teach-primary-sources/.
Keen, Sarah, Mott R. Linn, Anne Cuyler Salsich, Kathelene McCarty Smith, and Ed Vermue. 2015. “Get Their Hands on It: Teaching with Objects in Archives and Special Collections.” Conference Session presented at the Society of American Archivists Annual Meeting, Cleveland, OH. https://archives2015.sched.org/event/2y9c/session-108-creating-opportunities-for-innovative-digital-projects-through-collaboration-among-faculty-students-librarians-and-archivists.
Nimer, Cory L., and J. Gordon Daines III. 2015. “Developing Online Tutorials in Special Collections and Archives: A Case Study.” Journal of Library Innovation 6 (1): 75–91.
Arlen, Shelley, Melissa J. Clapp, and Cindy L. Craig. 2015. “Producing Tutorials With Digital Professionals: Primary Sources, Pirates, and Partners.” Journal of Library Innovation 6 (1): 1–21. https://www.dropbox.com/s/v8bqk1g2dfvllbw/Producing.pdf?dl=1.
Rice, Hannah. 2014. “HullCraft: Using Minecraft and Archives for Learning About the Past.” Play the Past (blog). December 18, 2014. http://www.playthepast.org/?p=5073.
Nygren, Thomas. 2014. “Students Writing History Using Traditional and Digital Archives.” Human IT 12 (3): 78–116. http://etjanst.hb.se/bhs/ith/3-12/tn.htm.
Lamb, Annette, and Larry Johnson. 2013. “Social Studies in the Spotlight: Digital Collections, Primary Sources, and the Common Core.” Teacher Librarian 41 (1): 62–65. https://scholarworks.iupui.edu/handle/1805/8574.
Schlitz, Stephanie A., and Garrick S. Bodine. 2012. “The Martha Berry Digital Archive Project: A Case Study in Experimental PEDagogy.” Code4Lib Journal, no. 17 (June). http://journal.code4lib.org/articles/6823.
Mussell, Jim. 2012. “Teaching Nineteenth-Century Periodicals Using Digital Resources: Myths and Methods.” Victorian Periodicals Review 45 (2): 201–9. https://muse.jhu.edu/article/481682.
Armstrong, Guyda, John Hodgson, Frank Manista, and Matt Ramirez. 2012. “The SCARLET Project: Augmented Reality in Special Collections.” SCONUL Focus, no. 54: 52–57. http://www.sconul.ac.uk/sites/default/files/documents/16_0.pdf.
McClurken, Jeffrey W. 2011. “Archives & Teaching Undergraduates in a Digital Age.” In A Different Kind of Web: New Connections between Archives and Our Users, edited by Kate Theimer, 243–54. Chicago: Society of American Archivists.
Studstill, Randall, and Peggy Cabrera. 2010. “Online Primary Sources in Religious Studies: Active Learning Exercises for Information Literacy Instruction.” Journal of Religious & Theological Information 9 (3–4): 84–112. https://doi.org/10.1080/10477845.2010.527252.
Davison, Stephen. 2009. “If We Build It, Will They Come? Strategies for Teaching and Research with Digital Special Collections.” RBM: A Journal of Rare Books, Manuscripts, and Cultural Heritage 10 (1): 37–49. https://doi.org/10.5860/rbm.10.1.316.
Malkmus, Doris. 2008. “Primary Source Research and the Undergraduate: A Transforming Landscape.” Journal of Archival Organization 6 (1–2): 47–70. https://doi.org/10.1080/15332740802235125.
Eamon, Michael. 2006. “A ‘Genuine Relationship with the Actual’: New Perspectives on Primary Sources, History and the Internet in the Classroom.” The History Teacher 39 (3): 297–314. https://doi.org/10.2307/30036799.
Hicks, David, Peter Doolittle, and John K. Lee. 2004. “Social Studies Teachers’ Use of Classroom and Web-Based Historical Primary Sources.” Theory and Research in Social Education 32 (2): 213–47. https://doi.org/10.1080/00933104.2004.10473253.
Gilliland-Swetland, Anne J. 1998. “An Exploration of K-12 User Needs for Digital Primary Source Materials.” American Archivist 61 (1): 136–57. https://doi.org/https://doi.org/10.17723/aarc.61.1.w851770151576l03.

Publications about Outreach for Teaching with Primary Sources

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Mulrennan, Kirsten. 2020. “Lessons in Making the Unique Ubiquitous: Diversifying the Role of the Special Collections and Archives Department to Enhance Teaching and Learning at the University of Limerick.” Archives and Records 41 (2): 126–47. https://doi.org/10.1080/23257962.2020.1713070.
Davis, Robin Camille. 2019. “Introducing First-Year and Transfer Students to a College Library with a Historical Mystery from the Special Collections.” College & Undergraduate Libraries 26 (4): 278–300. https://doi.org/10.1080/10691316.2019.1695034.
Harris, Valerie, and Ann Weller. 2012. “Use of Special Collections as an Opportunity for Outreach in the Academic Library.” Journal of Library Administration 52 (3/4): 294–303. https://doi.org/10.1080/01930826.2012.684508.
Miller, Jessica. 2012. “History Education Outreach Programs For Adults: A Missed Opportunity for Archivists?” Archival Issues 34 (1): 45–64. https://minds.wisconsin.edu/handle/1793/72387.
Malkmus, Doris. 2010. “‘Old Stuff’ for New Teaching Methods: Outreach to History Faculty Teaching with Primary Sources.” Portal: Libraries and the Academy 10 (4): 413–25. https://doi.org/10.1353/pla.2010.0008.
Visser, Michelle. 2003. “Inviting in the Rabble: Changing Approaches to Public Service and Access in Special Collections.” Public Services Quarterly 1 (4): 29–41. https://doi.org/10.1300/J295v01n04_03.

Publications about Pedagogy

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Anderberg, Lindsay, Robin M. Katz, Shaun Hayes, Alison Stankrauff, Morgen MacIntosh Hodgetts, Josué Hurtado, Abigail Nye, and Ashley Todd-Diaz. 2018. “Teaching the Teacher: Primary Source Instruction in American and Canadian Archives Graduate Programs.” The American Archivist 81 (1): 188–215. https://doi.org/10.17723/0360-9081-81.1.188. Download
Gordon, Bonnie, Lani Hanna, Jen Hoyer, and Vero Ordaz. 2016. “Archives, Education, and Access: Learning at Interference Archive.” Radical Teacher 105: 54–60. https://doi.org/10.5195/rt.2016.273.
Hinchliffe, Lisa Janicke, and Christopher J. Prom, eds. 2016. Teaching with Primary Sources. Trends in Archives Practice. Chicago: Society of American Archivists. https://www.ideals.illinois.edu/bitstream/handle/2142/90992/TeachingWithPrimarySources-Intro-Hinchliffe.pdf?sequence=2&isAllowed=y.
Miller, Kelly, and Michelle Morton. 2015. “Learning  at  Work  in  the  Archives:  The  Impact  of  Access  to  Primary  Sources  on  Teaching  and  Learning.” In Innovation, Collaboration and Models: Proceedings of the CLIR Cataloging Hidden Special Collections and Archives Symposium, 169:Appendix 3, 1-42. CLIR. https://clir.wordpress.clir.org/wp-content/uploads/sites/6/learningatwork.pdf.
Bahde, Anne, Heather Smedberg, Mattie Taormina, and Elizabeth Yakel. 2014. “Learning to Teach and Teaching to Learn: Instruction and the Use of Primary Sources.” Conference Session presented at the Society of American Archivists Annual Meeting, Washington, DC.
Bahde, Anne, Heather Smedberg, and Mattie Taormina. 2014. Using Primary Sources : Hands-on Instructional Exercises. Libraries Unlimited (an imprint of ABC-CLIO, LLC), Santa Barbara, California.
Baron, Christine. 2013. “Using Inquiry-Based Instruction to Encourage Teachers’ Historical Thinking at Historic Sites.” Teaching and Teacher Education 35 (October): 157–69. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.tate.2013.06.008.
Gandy, Shawna. 2012. “Teaching U.S. History from an Oregon Perspective: A Multimedia Approach to Educational Outreach.” OLA Quarterly 18 (3): 28–33. https://core.ac.uk/download/pdf/48857685.pdf.
Malkmus, Doris. 2008. “Primary Source Research and the Undergraduate: A Transforming Landscape.” Journal of Archival Organization 6 (1–2): 47–70. https://doi.org/10.1080/15332740802235125.
Krause, Magia G. 2008. “Learning in the Archives: A Report on Instructional Practices.” Journal of Archival Organization 6 (4): 233–68. https://doi.org/10.1080/15332740802533263.
Yakel, Elizabeth. 2004. “Information Literacy for Primary Sources: Creating a New Paradigm for Archival Researcher Education.” OCLC Systems & Services: International Digital Library Perspectives 20.2: 61–64. https://doi.org/10.1108/10650750410539059.

Publications about Theory

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Yaco, Sonia, Arkalgud Ramaprasad, and Thant Syn. 2020. “Themes in Recent Research on Integrating Primary Source Collections and Instruction.” Portal: Libraries and the Academy 20 (3): 449–74. https://preprint.press.jhu.edu/portal/sites/ajm/files/yaco.pdf.
Schwartz, Sarah. 2019. “How Do We Teach With Primary Sources When So Many Voices Are Missing? - Education Week.” Education Week, 2019. https://www.edweek.org/ew/articles/2019/08/16/how-do-we-teach-with-primary-sources.html?cmp=eml-enl-eu-news1&M=58912100&U=1436492&UUID=7b69c3e33a826f46501580e1e9628dc6.
Oliver, Gillian. 2016. “The Records Perspective: A Neglected Aspect of Information Literacy.” Presented at the Ninth International Conference on Conceptions of Library and Information Science, Uppsala, Sweden, June 27. http://informationr.net/ir/22-1/colis/colis1607.html.
Krause, Magia G. 2010. “Undergraduate Research and Academic Archives: Instruction, Learning and Assessment.” A dissertation submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy (Information), University of Michigan. 6 Nov 2019. https://deepblue.lib.umich.edu/handle/2027.42/75841?show=full.
Yakel, Elizabeth. 2004. “Information Literacy for Primary Sources: Creating a New Paradigm for Archival Researcher Education.” OCLC Systems & Services: International Digital Library Perspectives 20.2: 61–64. https://doi.org/10.1108/10650750410539059.
Yakel, Elizabeth, and Deborah Torres. 2003. “AI: Archival Intelligence and User Expertise.” American Archivist 66 (1): 51–78. https://doi.org/https://doi.org/10.17723/aarc.66.1.q022h85pn51n5800.
Cook, Sharon Anne. 1997. “Connecting Archives and the Classroom.” Archivaria 44: 102–17. http://journals.sfu.ca/archivar/index.php/archivaria/article/view/12198/13214.
Osborne, Ken. 1986. “Archives in the Classroom.” Archivaria 23: 16–40. https://archivaria.ca/index.php/archivaria/article/view/11364/12305.

Publications about Teaching with Primary Sources in Rare Books Collections

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Garland, Jennifer. 2014. “Locating Traces of Hidden Visual Culture in Rare Books and Special Collections: A Case Study in Visual Literacy.” Art Documentation: Bulletin of the Art Libraries Society of North America 33 (2): 313–26. https://doi.org/10.1086/678473.
Armstrong, Guyda, John Hodgson, Frank Manista, and Matt Ramirez. 2012. “The SCARLET Project: Augmented Reality in Special Collections.” SCONUL Focus, no. 54: 52–57. http://www.sconul.ac.uk/sites/default/files/documents/16_0.pdf.
Alvarez, Pablo. 2006. “Introducing Rare Books into the Undergraduate Curriculum.” RBM: A Journal of Rare Books, Manuscripts and Cultural Heritage 7 (2): 94–103. http://rbm.acrl.org/content/7/2/94.
Traister, Daniel. 2003. “Public Services and Outreach in Rare Book, Manuscript, and Special Collections Libraries.” Library Trends 52 (1): 87–108. http://repository.upenn.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1024&context=library_papers.
Allen, Susan M. 1999. “Rare Books and the College Library: Current Practices in Marrying Undergraduates to Special Collections.” Rare Books and Manuscript Librarianship 13 (2): 110–19. http://rbm.acrl.org/content/rbml/13/2/110.extract.

Publications about teaching with Dance Collections

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Randall, Tresa. 2012. “Enlivening Dance History Pedagogy through Archival Projects.” Journal of Dance Education 12 (1): 7–13. https://doi.org/10.1080/15290824.2011.566064.