Registration is open for the free, virtual Annual Teaching with Primary Sources Unconference, 20-21 July 2021, 1pm-5pm each day US Eastern time (so, e.g., 6pm-11pm UK time). You register for the full event at http://bitly.com/REGISTER21TPS and should then get an email to register for specific sessions. This is the Code of Conduct and this is the conference website http://bitly.com/tps21unconf. They are also looking for facilitators and Zoom helpers: you can volunteer via this spreadsheet http://bitly.com/TPS21VOLThere is an updated bibliography on the Teaching with Primary Sources website, and these are a few of the latest entries (look here for more):
- Tanaka, C. (2021). Teaching with Primary Sources: Looking at the Support Needs of Instructors. Ithaka S+R. https://sr.ithaka.org/publications/teaching-with-primary-sources/.
- Davis, D. (2021). Using Visual Resources to Teach Primary Source Literacy. Journal of Western Archives, 12(1). https://digitalcommons.usu.edu/westernarchives/vol12/iss1/3.
- Burgard, K. et al. (2021). Using Photographs to Create Culturally Relevant Classrooms: People of San Antonio, Texas, in the 1930s. Social Studies and the Young Learner, 33(3), 3–7. https://www.socialstudies.org/social-studies-and-young-learner/33/3/using-photographs-create-culturally-relevant-classrooms
Photo by Sheila Webber: more astrantia in someone's garden, June 2021