Here are the links and resources from the first edition of the printed Handbook, last checked April 2016. For updates and more recent publications, see the posts in the Outreach and teaching Category.
Examples and case studies cited in the Chapter
- Angel in the House, Bath Spa University
- Archives Alive!
- Bright Young Things at MMU
- Exeter University Special Collections teaching
- Nottingham University Manuscripts and Special Collections Learning Objects
- SCARLET Augmented Reality Project
- Students and Faculty in the Archives at Brooklyn Historical Society (2011-2013). Now finished. See the Teach Archives project based on SAFA.
- University of Reading “history explorer” dissertation advice
- ALA Special Collections teaching strategies
- Archival Metrics
- CILIP Local Studies adult learning case studies
- Higher Education Academy
- LILAC information literacy conference
- My Learning (UK), learning resources from museums, libraries and archives
- National Co-ordinating Centre for Public Engagement
- Teaching with Primary Sources Program
Online resources from the Bibliography
- Association of College and Research Libraries (2000b) Information Literacy Competency Standards for Higher Education
- Gardner, J. (2006) Report on GLAM Survey, Delivered at Manuscripts Matter: collecting modern literary archives: a conference at the British Library, 19–20 October 2006. Text no longer online (?), seeking alternative source.
- O’Gara, G., Walters, E. and Putirskis, C. (2010) Articulating Value in Special Collections: are we collecting data that matter? In the Library with the Lead Pipe