Integrating Online Primary Resources

Integrating Online Primary Resources in the Classroom

Course Description

Bring history to life by integrating primary sources into your classroom with ideas the Library of Congress, Smithsonian and more. Primary sources are objects, diaries, art, music and other resources that were created during the time period studied; they can provide artifacts and evidence for the topic at hand. This session will cover online primary source resources and ways to integrate them with technology for K-12 and beyond.

By the end of this session, participants will be able to:

  • identfy primary source documents and secondary source documents
  • identify sources for locating primary and secondary source documents
  • analyze primary source documents in their classroom using primary source document analysis tools

At a Glance

  • Content Areas: Instructional Strategies, Tech Tools
  • Audience: Educators
  • Time Frame: half day, full day
  • Training Delivery Method: your location, regional workshop
  • Device Requirements: Personal Computing Device, Laptop, ipad, Chromebook

Enrollment Information

Technology & Innovation in Education

For more information, to schedule a date or customize your program, contact Julie Mathiesen at 605-394-1876 or by filling out form below.