“The Library of Congress means many different things to many people. But for teachers and students it represents a source of discovery and learning unlike any other.”
This time of year, some teachers are surprised to find that it’s already time for summer break. Those of us who publish this blog are surprised to find that it’s been two years since we first published the quote above and launched Teaching with the Library of Congress.
One thing that doesn’t surprise us: The Library’s collections continue to provide opportunities to explore and discover. Throughout this summer, we at the Library will be taking some fond looks back at our favorite posts for 2012-2013, as well as publishing round-ups of some of our most frequently covered topics. Today’s post also marks the beginning of our summer publication schedule, so you’ll have more time for contemplation between posts.
Meanwhile, we’d love to hear from you. What has the Library helped you discover this past year? And what would you like to see us do in the coming school year?