The Library of Congress at ISTE 2011, June 27-29 in Philadelphia

Philadelphia has always been a great place for gatherings, from the Continental Congress to the present day, and the Library will continue that tradition when its staff joins ISTE 2011, the International Society for Technology in Education’s annual gathering at the end of June.

Library of Congress staff members working with teachers at a conference

The Library of Congress will be there to present effective strategies for using the Library’s millions of digitized primary sources in the classroom—as well as to learn from the thousands of educators in attendance.

In addition, Library staff will be presenting informal sessions every hour on the hour in the Library of Congress booth. We’ll be in booth #2113; just look for the dome of the Library’s Thomas Jefferson building.

After the conference, we hope to update you on what we’ve learned and who we’ve talked to.

Are you planning to attend ISTE this year? Introduce yourself here and we’ll be sure to look for you at the Library’s booth.

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