Engaging undergraduates in primary source research / edited by Lijuan Xu.

"This book guides faculty members and librarians in creating engaging learning experiences with primary sources. Chapters coauthored by librarians and faculty partners provide examples of exercises and assignments in which students engage with primary sources, including both digital and physica...

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Other Authors: Xu, Lijuan (Editor)
Format: Book
Published:Lanham, Maryland : Rowman & Littlefield, [2021]
Series:Innovations in information literacy.
Table of Contents:
  • Teaching Power and Storytelling Through Zines / Regina M. Duthely and Katherine L. Curtis
  • Using First-Person Accounts to Bring Colonialism Home / Paul C. Campbell, Jennifer Fredette, and Miriam Intrator
  • Imagining the Sonic Past: Using Primary Sources to Understand Music Making in the Early Modern Period / Abigail Flanigan, Bonnie Gordon, and Stephanie Gunst
  • Creating Lesson Plans on Local History / Dunstan McNutt, Carolyn Runyon, and Susan Eckelmann Berghel
  • Developing an Open Primary Source Reader on Gender and Sexuality / Mir Yarfitz, Kyle Denlinger, Kathy Shields, and Megan Mulder
  • The City as a Learning Lab: Using Historical Maps and Walking Seminars to Anchor Place-Based Research / Anne E. Leonard and Jason A. Montgomery
  • Mapping Tombstone Iconography as Data / Carrie Schwier, Theresa Quill, and Jon Kay
  • Materiality, Research, and Digital Interpretation: Annotating Daily Life in Medieval and Early Modern China / Maglen Epstein, Sara Lynnore, Stephanie Montgomery, and Jillian Sparks
  • Tracing Environmental Legislative History in the United States / Ana Ramirez Luhrs and Andrea Armstrong
  • Contextualizing Scientific Primary Research for Different Audiences / Kristin Klucevsek and Melody Diehl Detar
  • Epilogue / Lijuan Xu.