Using digitized primary source materials in the classroom: A Colorado case study

Nena Bloom, Cynthia Stout

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Using digitized primary source materials with K–12 students makes learning content more engaging and relevant, and helps students develop a wide range of skills. This paper highlights the use of primary source materials in Colorado classrooms and provides a brief overview of what educators’ needs are in order to use digitized primary source materials more efficiently and effectively with students.


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5210/fm.v10i6.1247



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