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The teaching with primary sources cookbook

Author: Julie M Porterfield; Association of College and Research Libraries,
Publisher: Chicago : Association of College and Research Libraries, a division of the American Library Association, 2021. ©2021
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This work aims to provide an entry point for those new to teaching with primary sources and to be a repository of creative ideas for experienced instructors to refresh their lesson plans. It also endeavors to bring together the sometimes disparate realms of each of the professional niches of its authors.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Teaching with primary sources cookbook.
Chicago : Association of College and Research Libraries, a division of the American Library Association, 2021
(DLC) 2021939093
(OCoLC)1256804467
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Julie M Porterfield; Association of College and Research Libraries,
ISBN: 9780838937433 0838937438
OCLC Number: 1253676612
Description: 1 online resource (vii, 118 pages) : illustrations (some color)
Contents: You can research that?! An introduction to special collections / Kay Clopton and Kapil Vasudev --
Remembering your collections : creating a memory game to teach about special collections and archives / Tara Maharjan --
Creating descriptive metadata with undergraduate students / Irina Rogova --
Deconstructed finding aid puzzle / Stefani Baldivia --
The element of surprise : how much does the finding aid tell you about that box / Nina Mamikunian --
Three-layer primary source dip : introducing history students to primary source research through active learning / Brittany O'Neill --
Read beans and rice or gumbo : identity, the South, and entry-level English classes / Jennifer Brannock --
A metacognitive approach to teaching critical primary source literacy and discovery / Ashleigh Dio Coren and K. Sarah Ostrach --
Fancy dinner date : conversing with artists' books to spark creativity / Laura Dimmit Smyth, Leslie Hurst, and Suzan Parker --
Cornhusker casserole : mixing historical research with archives and special collections / Mary Ellen Ducey and Janel Simons --
Whipping up student research questions : primary source analysis and interrogation / Chloe Gerson and Laura Hibbler --
Two chefs are better than one : partner image analysis / Kayla Harris --
Writing postcards to the past : using archival images to develop visual literacy skills / Carly Marino and Janelle Adsit --
Hidden ingredients : using archival materials to detect the flavors of social power / Tom Philo --
Instant archives : for researchers on the go / Laurinda Weisse --
Sampling the hors d'oeuvres : exploratory poetics in archives and special collections / Patrick Williams --
Can I borrow a cup of sugar? Teaching with collections from digital repositories / Maureen Cech and Meredith Knoff --
Cooking up curators / Derek Quezada and Jenna Dufour --
Creating a showstopper : student-curated exhibitions / Katherine Kapisdelis and Lindsay O'Neill --
Never too many cooks in the kitchen : interdisciplinary collaboration in exhibition creation / Bailey Rodgers, Melissa Minds VandeBurgt, and Carey Walker --
Photo pop-ups, or an exhibit is worth a thousand words : contextualizing photographs through primary sources / e Kathelene McCarty Smith --
Learning visual literacy with WWI posters / Cyunthia Bachhuber --
Community potluck chili / Kristin Conlin and Fatemeh Rezaei --
Database dishes / Nathalie Cooke and Nora Shaalan --
The sweet taste of suffrage : key voices in the suffrage movement in Tennessee / Jenny Harris and Nicole Wood --
Perfect pairings : integration of digital primary sources with secondary sources / Rachel Grove Rohrbaugh --
Digital archive surprise with primary sources / Katy Walker and Kelle Roberts --
A potluck of expertise : inviting Boston Public Schools' juniors to use Northeastern's archives and special collection's pantry to build their recipes / Molly Brown and Regina Pagani --
Spicing things up : engaging elementary school students with primary sources / Samantha Crisp --
A community cake : developing a new monument with primary sources / Jessica Cruz and Jaycie Vos --
A neighborhood picnic : creating an educational partnership with local retirement communities / Kathelene McCarty Smith --
Create, transform, and connect : fostering arts-based community partnership at Bronx Community College's archives / Cynthia Tobar --
Guidelines for primary source literacy --
Appendix 1. Glossary of terms used in these guidelines --
Appendix 2. Annotated bibliography --
Appendix 3. Related resources --
Appendix 4. Background on the development of these guidelines.
Responsibility: edited by Julie M. Porterfield.

Abstract:

This work aims to provide an entry point for those new to teaching with primary sources and to be a repository of creative ideas for experienced instructors to refresh their lesson plans. It also endeavors to bring together the sometimes disparate realms of each of the professional niches of its authors.

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