Online Educational Events: STEM Sources in the Manuscript Division, July 7 and Selecting Primary Sources, July 8

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From Plate, punch card, and instructions for Herman Hollerith’s Electric Sorting and Tabulating Machine, ca. 1895.

Free Online Office Hours – STEM Primary Sources in the Manuscript Division – July 7, 2-3 ET

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Historical specialists Michelle Krowl and Josh Levy introduce participants to several primary source documents in Manuscript Division collections that can be incorporated into STEM lesson plans, and discuss sometimes unexpected ways personal papers lend themselves to STEM education.

 

 

 

 

 

African American children on way to PS204, 82nd Street and 15th Avenue, pass mothers protesting the busing of children to achieve integration. Dick DeMarsico, 1965

Free Webinar – Foundations:  Selecting Primary Sources – July 8, 2-3 ET

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Thoughtfully selecting a primary source can be critical for the success of an educational activity, to ensure that students will be engaged and able to work effectively with the source. In this webinar, Library of Congress education specialists will share their criteria and processes for selecting primary sources. Participants will practice the selection process as well and reflect on how they can select appropriate and effective sources for their students.

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

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