Discover and Explore: Online Conference Recordings Now Available

Exterior view. Torch of Learning, cupola, and dome. Library of Congress Thomas Jefferson Building

You may have heard that the Library hosted an online conference on October 25-26 called, “Discover and Explore with Library of Congress Primary Sources.” Education experts and subject matter specialists presented 15 different sessions discussing resources and teaching strategies for using primary sources in the classroom.

The event was a huge success! We served more than 800 educators through the live event and we expect that number to grow now that the recordings are available. For a limited time, you can still earn a certificate for each presentation you view.

Don’t just take our word on the success of the event; one participating teacher commented that, “As teachers, we sit through many in-services that just aren’t worthwhile. These sessions have been some of the best I’ve attended. School principals need to know that in-services can be so much more! Thank you!”

Continue to discover and explore! We invite you to review the recordings of any or all the sessions. Don’t forget to fill out the survey at the end of each presentation. We welcome your feedback.

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