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Texts on teaching with text-based and electronic primary sources:

Barton, K. C., & Levstik, L. S. (2003). Why don't history teachers engage students in interpretation? Social Education, 67, 358-361.

Bolick, C.M. & McGlinn, M.M. (2004) Harriet Jacobs: Using on-line slave narratives in the classroom. Social Education. 68(4).

Stearns, P. (1998). Why Study History. American Historical Association. Retrieved August 28, 2005 from:
http://www.historians.org/pubs/Free/WhyStudyHistory.htm

Veccia, S. H. (2004). Uncovering our history: Teaching with Primary Sources. Chicago: American Library Association.


Texts on digital history:

Bull, G. B. (2005) Digital stories and historical narratives. Unpublished draft.

Clarke, W. G. & Lee, J. K. (2004). The promise of digital history. The Clearing House 78(2), 84-87.

Lee, J. K. and Molebash, P. (2004). Outcomes of various scaffolding strategies on student teachers' digital historical inquiries. Journal of Social Studies Research 26(1), 25-35.

Molebash, P.E. (2004). Web historical inquiry projects. Social Education, 68 (3), 226-229.


Texts on technology and student learning:

Cradler, J., McNabb, M., Freeman, M., & Burchett, R. (2002). How does technology influence learning? Learning and Leading with Technology, 29(8), 46-49.

Rice, M. L., & Wilson, E. K. (1999). How technology aids constructivism in the social studies classroom. The Social Studies, 28-33.

Rose, S. A., & Fernlund, P. M. (1997). Using technology for powerful social studies learning. Social Education, 61(3).


Web-based resources for teachers:

IMovie HD in the Classroom. Retrieved August 19, 2005, from http://www.apple.com/education/imovie/

Magnatune. Retrieved August 19, 2005, from http://www.magnatune.com/

Using Digital Media with Windows XP: A Guide for Educators. Retrieved August 19, 2005 from
http://www.microsoft.com/education/MovieMaker.mspx


Other digital libraries with images and primary sources:

The Library of Congress Learning Page. Retrieved August 19, 2005, from http://memory.loc.gov/learn/

New York Public Library Digital Collection. Retrieved August 19, 2005, from http://www.nypl.org/digital/

The Perseus Digital Library. Retrieved August 23, 2005 from http://www.perseus.tufts.edu/

U.S. National Archives and Records Administration. Retrieved August 19, 2005, from http://www.archives.gov/