Teacher Webinar February 24, 4 pm: Free Primary Sources from the World Digital Library

“Imagine giving your students free, unlimited access to treasures from cultural institutions from around the world. Perhaps your students would examine an ancient manuscript up close for small but important details. Afterward, they might learn more about its significance from an expert, or search for additional items from the same time or place.”

The World Digital Library can help make that vision a reality! Since we published that post about the WDL two years ago, the site has been updated and its collections have increased dramatically. We’d like to show you around.

Join us in a webinar

World Digital Library

World Digital Library

On Tuesday, February 24, at 4 PM ET, join Library experts to learn more about free primary sources from the World Digital Library. Participants will engage in a model primary source analysis, discuss strategies for incorporating primary sources into projects, and hear from Library experts about what the World Digital Library has to offer.

The event is free, but registration is required. Find the registration link, as well as recordings of past events, and descriptions of upcoming events, here.

If you missed this webinar and wish to listen to the recording you can find it here under February 24th.

 

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