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REFERENCES

 

Bazley, M., Holberg, B., Clark, L., and Elinich, K. (2002). Think Globally, Act Locally: The Role of Real Teachers in Community Science Issues. Museums and the Web 2002. http://www.archimuse.com/mw2002/papers/elinich/elinich.html

Bennett, N., and Trofanenko, B. (2002). Digital Primary Source Materials in the Classroom. Museums and the Web 2002. http://www.archimuse.com/mw2002/papers/bennett/bennett.html

Ciccotti, S.  Flights of Inspiration. Museum News. January/February 1999, pp. 27-29.

Dana, J.C., Peniston, W.A. (1999). The New Museum: Selected Writings. American Association of Museums.

Egan, K. (1988). Teaching as storytelling. London: Routledge.

Elinich, K. (2003). White Gloves and the Web: Collections in the Classroom. Museums and the Web 2003. http://www.archimuse.com/mw2003/papers/elinich/elinich.html

Elinich, K. (2004). One Wright Way: From Collections to Classrooms. Museums and the Web 2004. http://www.archimuse.com/mw2004/papers/elinich/elinich.html

Gallas, K. (2003). Imagination and literacy.  New York: Teachers College Press.

Gorman, J. In Virtual Museums, an Archive of the World. The New York Times. January 12, 2003.

Heard, G. (2003). The revision toolbox.  Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann Press.

Kelley, L., and Ringstaff, C. (2002). The Learning Return on Our Educational Technology Investment: A Review of Findings from Research. San Francisco: WestEd. http://www.wested.org/cs/wew/view/rs/619

Lambert, J.  (2002). Digital storytelling: capturing lives, creating communityBerkeley: Digital Diner Press.

Lemke, J. L. (1998). Metamedia literacy: transforming meanings and media.  In Reinking, McKenna, Labbo & Kieffer (Eds.). Literacy and technology: Transformations in a post-typographic worldMahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

Leu, D. J. & R. Karchmer & D. D. Leu, (2000). The convergence of literacy instruction with networked technologies for information, communication, and education.  Reading Research Quarterly, 35 (1), 108127.

McMahon, A.M., and Morris, S. (1977). Technology in Industrial America. Philadelphia: The Franklin Institute.

Mooney, B., and Holt, D. (1996). The storyteller's guide.  Little Rock: August House.

National Committee on Science Education Standards, (1996).  National Science Education Standards.  Washington, DC: National Research Council. http://books.nap.edu/html/nses

Olson, S., and Loucks-Horsley, S. (2000).  Inquiry and the National Science Education Standards: A Guide for Teaching and Learning. Washington, DC: National Research Council.

Schank, R. C. (1995). Tell me a story: narrative and intelligenceEvanston: Northwestern University Press.

Sinclair, B, (1975). Philadelphia's Philosopher Mechanics, A History of the Franklin Institute, 1824-1865. Science, 23 May 1975, 835-836.

Stern, S.M., (2003). Effective State Standards for U.S. History: A 2003 Report Card. New York: The Fordham Institute.

Sayre, S., and Wetterlund, K. (2002).  Pyramid Power: A Train-the-Trainer Model to Increase Teacher Usage of the ArtsConnectEd On-line Resource. Museums and the Web 2002. http://www.archimuse.com/mw2002/papers/sayre/sayre.html

Talboys, G.K. (1996). Using museums as an educational resource. Hants, England: Arena.

Tyner, K. (1998). Literacy in a digital world: teaching and learning in the age of informationLondon: Lawrence Erlbaum.

Weil, S.E., and Pachter, M. (2002). Making Museums Matter. Smithsonian Institution Press.

Weil, S.E., (2003). 5 Meditations. Museum News, January/February 2003, 27-31, 44-47.