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The third meeting of ABA was a roaring success, and for the benefit of those who could not join us (and for those who would like to relive the experience), we are adding summaries to the blog. See the other summaries here.

Matt Shoemaker discussed how to create a set of guidelines for incorporating primary sources with board games for history education.

The slides from his presentation are available:

And there is more information on Primary Sources and Games for History Education on the Historical Society of Pennsylvania website.