Are you a Georgia educator looking to incorporate primary sources in your classroom? This free online course offers an introduction to primary sources with an emphasis on finding primary sources to incorporate in your curriculum. The course is self-paced, so feel free to complete units out of order, skip units that don't interest you, and stop and start as often as you need.
|Why Primary Sources
|This module will explore the benefits of using primary sources in the classroom.
|The Argument for Primary Sources
|Raw Materials of History
|Primary Sources Across Disciplines
|Primary Sources at the Georgia Historical Society
|This module will give an introduction to finding primary sources at the Georgia Historical Society.
|Introduction to the Georgia Historical Society
|GHS Research Center
|The Life of a Georgia Historical Society Collection
|Educator Resources from the Georgia Historical Society
|Finding Primary Sources Online
|This module will explore how to find primary sources online from credible sources.
|Library of Congress and the National Archives & Records Administration
|Digital Public Library of America and Internet Archive
|Primary Sources for World History
|Copyright and Citations for Primary Sources
|This module will give basic information on copyright and citations for primary sources.
|Copyright Issues for Primary Sources
|Citations for Primary Sources
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