Office Hours for April 14th and 16th Baseball Resources and LOC 201: Finding Resources

Join Library of Congress education specialists every Tuesday and Thursday at 2pm ET for free online Office Hours for education. Each session will include a twenty-minute topical presentation with plenty of time for questions and answers with Library experts.

Join us at https://locgov.webex.com/meet/kmcg.

This week, we’ll be discussing:

  • April 14, 2020: Baseball Resources

Explore cultural norms and society’s values through the lens of baseball, the quintessential American recreational activity. Enjoy a conversation between an education expert and the author of Baseball Americana, Susan Reyburn. Discover primary source songs, baseball cards, letters, speeches, and more.

  • April 16, 2020: LOC 201 – Finding Resources

Searching the Library’s website can be challenging. During Office Hours the Ask A Librarian reference specialist for the Library’s Teachers page will provide suggestions on how to make searching a more productive experience. Also, the Library of Congress Teacher-in-Residence will talk about strategies she learned that made her a more effective searcher.

4 Comments

  1. Courtney T
    April 21, 2020 at 10:01 am

    Are these Office Hours archived somewhere for later viewing? I looked in the archives for April but didn’t see them.

  2. Michael Ramos
    September 4, 2020 at 8:42 pm

    Hello! Was this webinar recorded by chance? I’d love to see a recording of the baseball resources segment if possible.
    -Michael

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