Join the Science Reference Section in discovering digitized collections from the Library of Congress.
Today in the United States, we often think of a canvasser as someone soliciting votes, but historically, canvassers were also those who solicited orders for items such as books or life insurance policies.
This post was written by Lynn Weinstein a Business Reference Librarian in the Science, Technology, and Business Division. Interested in How to Do Business Research at the Library of Congress? Come to Our Virtual Business Research Orientation on January 13, from 1-2 pm! The virtual Business Research Orientation provides an overview of resources and services […]
I wanted to show readers some techniques I’ve learned for finding prints and photographs in the Library’s Prints & Photographs Online Catalog, as well as how to locate advertisements in the Chronicling America database.
Three hundred years ago the South Sea Bubble burst. This was a big event in the history of the Atlantic trade, and it has again become a topic of interest with its 300th anniversary.
Interested in learning about animal-inspired holiday songs? Read this!
Delve into the “secret” lives of some of NASA’s scientists.
Please join the Library’s Health Services Division and the Science, Technology & Business Division as we explore the intersection of seasonal illnesses and COVID-19.
Charts can help us learn, and they often spare the learner from reading endless pages about a subject with little or no understanding. Charts, in fact, provide avenues for differentiated learning or style-based instruction enabling different types of learners, such as visual learners, to easily grasp the ideas being put forward.
This blog post has information that could be beneficial to faith-based organizations or Community-Based Organizations (CBOs).