AM Research Methods awarded a CHOICE ‘Outstanding Academic Title 2022’

Highly recommended with an outstanding review, AM Research Methods entered CHOICE’s annual list as an Outstanding Academic Title 2022.

AM Research Methods was one of only 10 other digital resources chosen by the CHOICE editorial staff from the 13,800 titles submitted for review in 2022.

Reviewed in September 2022, CHOICE called AM Research Methods “truly unique” for its primary sources integration with case studies and learning tools, presenting “well-crafted essays” and “ample material related to gender, disability, race, and other critical studies.”

We’re very proud to receive this prestigious award in recognition of the work done to create a unique and high-quality collection with hundreds of essays, case studies, and digitised historical documents drawn from 50 archives around the world. AM Research Methods is a new and exciting resource designed to support students in building their confidence to engage with primary sources and historical evidence both independently and in classroom-based online learning.

Louise Hemmings, Editorial Director, AM

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