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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.

Bennett, N., and Trofanenko, B. (2002). Digital Primary Source Materials in the Classroom. Museums and the Web 2002.

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.

Elinich, K. (2004). One Wright Way: From Collections to Classrooms. Museums and the Web 2004.

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.

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.

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.

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.