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Teacher Webinar Tuesday, December 9th: Searching

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Compass Rose from Los Angeles as it appeared in 1871.
Compass Rose from Los Angeles as it appeared in 1871.

The Library of Congress site for teachers,, provides many easy ways to find powerful primary sources for use in the classroom, including lesson plans, primary sources sets, a timely blog, and more.

But what if you want to find even more Library of Congress primary sources? What search strategies does a power user need to know?

Join us for a webinar Tuesday, December 9th at 4pm, EST to learn time-saving tips to navigate the Library of Congress website. During this webinar, Library education experts will provide shortcuts to finding primary sources, suggestions on how to plan effective searches and how to ask for help.

Recordings of past events, and information about joining the webinar are available here.

Have suggestions on effective ways to search Please share them in the comments!


  1. Looking forward to seeing how I can use LOC with my elementary students, especially 4th and 5th grades.

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