“One of the biggest strengths of this illuminating user-centered volume is the eloquent and informative tone that
exists throughout each section."
—NEA Newsletter 44:4 (2017)
"From working with stakeholders to designing assignments to delivering instruction, these modules contain a wealth of useful advice.”
—Journal of Western Archives 8:1 (2017)
“All of the authors are well known in their field and have extensive in-the-trenches knowledge of using primary sources for instruction, so their work in pulling all of this information together is extremely appreciated and highly valued."
—Archival Issues 38:2 (2017)
". . . local practitioners in small and large archives alike should find information on invigorating archival programs through use of sound teaching methodologies, standardisation, and collaboration across sectors well worth perusing."
—Archifacts (December 2016)
". . . an authoritative guide for archivists and librarians interested in instituting or expanding instructional activities in their organization. . . . a valuable introductory guide for burgeoning teachers of archival literacy."
—Provenance 34:2 (2016)
"A strong point throughout all three modules is the argument that archivists should concentrate on the theme of archival literacy when involved in using primary sources in education projects."
—Archives and Records:
The Journal of the UK Archives and Records Association 38:2 (2017)
"While the academic archivist will benefit most directly from the authors’ advice, the book is written with the larger cultural heritage environment in mind and the authors’ solutions can be adapted to non-academic institutions."
—History News 74:1 (Winter 2019)