This is my beginning bibliography for my investigation into Archivial Instruction. I know that I’m going to really focus on Elizabeth Yakel’s work.
Accardi, Maria T, Emily Drabinski, and Alana Kumbier. Critical library instruction : theories and methods. Duluth, Minn.: Library Juice Press, 2010.
Browne, M. Neil, and Stuart M Keeley. Asking the right questions : a guide to critical thinking. Upper Saddle River, N.J.: Pearson Prentice Hall, 2007.
Daniels, Morgan, and Elizabeth Yakel. “Seek and You May Find: Successful Search in Online Finding Aid Systems.” American Archivist 73, no. 2 (2010): 535-568.
Duch, Barbara J, Susan E Groh, and Deborah E Allen. The power of problem-based learning : a practical “how to” for teaching undergraduate courses in any discipline. Sterling, Va.: Stylus Pub., 2001.
Jimerson, Randall C. Archives power : memory, accountability, and social justice /. Society of American Archivists,, 2009.
Krause, Magia. “Undergraduates in the Archives: Using an Assessment Rubric to Measure Learning.” American Archivist 73, no. 2 (2010): 507-534.
Lloyd, Annemaree. Information literacy landscapes : information literacy in education, workplace and everyday contexts. Oxford [u.a.]: Chandos, 2010.
Zhou, Xiaomu. “Student Archival Research Activity: An Exploratory Study.” American Archivist 71, no. 2 (2008): 476-498.