4 Comments on History Teaching: a bibliographical guide

  1. Joe Smith // 2 June 2015 at 08:49 // Reply

    Thank you for working on this. It has clearly taken an enormous amount of time and effort, but it is a great service to the history education community. I wonder whether more detail about each article could be provided- maybe a prĂ©cis or a copy of the abstract? This is clearly a significant amount more work and I don’t know what copyright law says about this, but that would definitely make this a publishable must-have reader for the subject.

  2. Excellent. Thank you for sharing this. I have a lot of reading to do!

  3. Mary Woolley // 9 June 2015 at 08:43 // Reply

    You have just made updating my lit review so much easier. Many thanks for sharing.

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