Lijuan Xu, associate director of research and instructional services, recently published a book entitled Engaging Undergraduates in Primary Source Research. This edited volume features the work of faculty and librarians from different institutions and demonstrates how faculty and librarians collaboratively create productive primary source learning experiences. Co-authored by faculty and their librarian partners, the case studies represented in this book focus on how students develop and practice skills related to finding and identifying primary information, analyzing and interrogating it, confronting interpretations, and constructing and presenting arguments using primary sources. They offer examples, strategies, and innovative ways to incorporate a wide range of primary sources—including both local archival and non-archival materials, as well as digital and physical materials and non-English language materials—into the undergraduate classroom. More information about the book, including the table of contents, is available here.