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Welcome to


"The Primary Source Librarian" Wiki






Thank you Oklahoma Encyclo-Media! My sessions were clearly filled with outstanding educators who model a lifelong enthusiasm for learning. You made my Oklahoma experience such a pleasure!


Here are the links to the Session 1 and Session 2 handout packets. They're in .pdf format, so you can open them with Adobe Acrobat Reader or with Preview. Everything in the packets is somewhere in this wiki, too, plus a whole lot more. Feel free to print off anything you can use (with credit to the source, as all educators know!). 


Visit this wiki often! The wiki is totally open for viewing, but if you run into a permissions request, I'll approve you quickly. Feel free to send me questions, either through the comments or through email (address below). I look forward to reading your comments and tales of classroom successes!




P.S. I'm off to the Western Slope Monday to be a substitute trainer for the Picturing America program. Take a look at the link at the bottom of the "Teaching with Photographs and Other Images" page here on the wiki. It's an exciting program that you might want for your own school--forty fabulous and free reproductions of great American works of art from the National Endowment for the Humanities. 





Mary J. Johnson



Education Consultant, Author, Teacher-Librarian, American Memory Fellow, Teaching with Primary Sources - Colorado Ambassador


Email: johnsonmaryj@mac.com



Twitter name: @johnsonmaryj



Primary Source Librarian Blog: http://www.maryjjohnson.com/primarysourcelibrarian




Primary Sources in the Library: A Collaboration Guide for Library Media Specialists


By Mary Johnson

Linworth Publishing, Inc., 2003






Primary Source Teaching the Web 2.0 Way, K-12


By Mary J. Johnson

Linworth Publishing, Inc., 2009







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