Primary Sources: Hands-on History!
February 4, 2013 Leave a Comment
Using primary sources is an excellent technique for exploring historical events or topics. Knowing what a primary source is and finding concrete examples however, can be challenging. The video below, designed by librarians Sue Ann Brainard and Michelle Costello, introduces the plight of the Little Rock Nine and their integration struggles through the use of primary sources, such as images, oral histories, government documents and music.
This video is intended to be an introduction to a set of tutorials on specific research tools and techniques used to locate and access primary sources, to be created over the next year or so.
Please feel free to contact us with ideas for content and to let us know if you are interested in designing or developing future tutorials.
Sue Ann Brainard – [email protected]
Michelle Costello – [email protected]