Wednesday, December 10, 2014

The Value of Primary Sources

Several summers ago, I took a wonderful course through the University of Wisconsin Stout on teaching with primary sources. (My post on primary sources is HERE.) Over the years, I have kept in touch with the course's professor, Mary Alice Anderson, who has been a terrific source herself. Recently, Mary Alice contributed to the new publication, Interacting with History: Teaching with Primary Sources Edited by Katharine Lehman. Her chapter is entitled, "Discovering Local History Resources in Your Own Backyard." I not only recommend the book, but if you are a media specialist 
looking for graduate credits, take an online class with Mary Alice!


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