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Online Educational Events: Junior Fellows Share their Final Projects, July 28 and Rosa Parks in Her Own Words, July 29

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Join us for our Library of Congress summer of Professional Development opportunities. Each Tuesday and Wednesday we will present information and ideas that will help you plan your instructional activities or support students at home.

Visiting Nurses Society, May 1937. Harris and Ewing

Online Office Hours – Junior Fellows Share Their Final Project and Reflect on Summer 2020

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What a summer it has been! Join Keely Shaw and Liza Whitfield, this summer’s Junior Fellows in the Learning and Innovation Office, as they present their project related to American nursing during the interwar era. They’ll also share some reflections on their research and the experience of being virtual interns at the Library of Congress.

Free Webinar – Rosa Parks: In Her Own Words– July 29, 2-3 ET

Rosa Parks

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Join us for a special webinar on the Rosa Parks: In Her Own Words exhibit – Wednesday, July 29 from 2-3 pm ET.

Rosa Parks:  In Her Own Words showcases rarely seen materials that offer an intimate view of Rosa Parks and documents her life and activism—creating a rich opportunity for students to discover new dimensions to their understanding of this seminal figure. In this special webinar for educators, you will gain insights into the life of Rosa Parks, and hear from two educators on their plans to use digitized resources with their students. Session guests include Adrienne Cannon, Curator of the Rosa Parks exhibition; Dr. Valerie Kinloch, Renee and Richard Goldman Dean, School of Education, University of Pittsburgh, and Andrea Lewis, Educational Resources Specialist, Library of Congress.

Educators participating in the live webinar may request a certificate for one hour of professional development.

To register, and for ADA information, please visit the Library of Congress workshops and webinars page.

Please email us at [email protected] with questions.

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