A farewell from Einstein Fellow Kellie Taylor with suggestions for locating resources for science, technology and engineering teachers.
What was the impact of the 19th amendment on the 1920 presidential election?
How were advertisements used to support the suffrage movement?
Alexander Graham Bell’s notebooks capture the effort he put into designing and testing aerial possibilities. He was able to identify what worked – and what did not – through the engineering design process.
Historic American Engineering Record (HAER) collection was established in 1969 by the National Park Service, the American Society of Civil Engineers and the Library of Congress. The collection documents historic sites and structures related to engineering and industry focusing less on the building fabric and more on the machinery and processes within.
As the Senior Reference Specialist for the Veterans History Project (VHP), I work to make our collections accessible to on-site users as well as those who visit us in the American Folklife Center reading room.
The Teacher Resources team wishes you a wonderful and safe Independence Day.
As an archivist in the Music Division, I am fortunate to put my hands on historical documents every day for the purpose of eventually putting them into yours, either by showcasing them in person, sharing them through interactive digital exhibits, or indirectly highlighting them by facilitating the scholarship of other patrons.
Arlene Balkansky loves working with the full range of people visiting Newspaper and Current Periodical reading room, whether on-site or remotely: the teenager working on a National History Day project, the family interested in comic books, the university student, the teacher participating in the Library’s Summer Teacher Institute, the genealogist, the professor, the filmmaker, the author, and more.
The Library of Congress Teaching with Primary Sources (TPS) Regional program has just awarded a $20,000 grant to the Academy of American Poets to support the addition of resources from the Library’s collections to the Academy’s Teach This Poem series for the 2019-2020 school year.