~ The Power of Primary Sources
Interacting with History; Teaching with Primary Sources, edited by Katharine Lehman. ALA, 2014.
Chapters by Sara Suiter, Sherry Galloway and Mary Alice Anderson with contributions by Library of Congress American Memory Fellows. Highly Recommended by ARBA, American Reference Books Annual.
Internet @Schools, 2010- Present (Formerly Multimedia & Internet@Schools, 2009-2010)
The NEW Media Center Resources for the New Media Specialist–DPLA’s Primary Source Sets and Ben’s Guide, Refreshed! Internet @ Schools, January/February 2016
- Making Learning Interactive, March/April 2015
- Primary Sources–Enriching the Study of Historical Fiction Nov. 2014
- Not Just for History: Primary Sources in the and Science and Health Classroom, Jan/Feb 2014
- Classroom Ready_Materials on the Library of Congress Teachers’ Page_ (2013)
- The Power of Primary Sources (2009)
- The Power of Primary Sources Part 2: Build your own Professional Development (2010)
- Expanding the Power of Primary Sources with Web 2.0 (2010)
- Local History Comes Alive om the Media Center. (2003). A Middle School/County Historical Society Collaborative Project
- The World Digital_Library, Global Primary Resources, Just a click away
- What Happened On Your Birthday? (November/December 2012)
- Students and Local History: Making the Connection (PDF, Full Text, March/April 2012)
- From Tiny Museums to the Library of Congress: Discovering Local History Resources in the Digital Age (2011)
Library Media Connection
- JustOff I-35 (Nov/Dec 2014)
- Where Can I find Information about Charley Goddard? (My/June 2014)
Local History Collaborative Websites
- Winona’s Cultural History: The Changing Demographics of the Winona Area Developed in 1996 and cited in the National Educational Technology Plan as a model collaborative project.
- Wabasha Prairie to Winona: Winona in the Territorial Era. A collaborative project with the Winona County Historical Society. Developed in 1996. Includes materials that support Gary Paulsen’s young adult novel, Soldier’s Heart.
BookBackDrops: Bringing Books to Life with Primary Sources and Picture Books as Hooks to Primary Sources
- BookBackdrops and PictureBooks Lists of selected young adult and children’s books with links to primary resources that enhance the reading of the book. Developed by Gail Petri, former Library of Congress education resource specialist. Used with permission.