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This post is by Jen Reidel, the 2019-2020 Library of Congress Teacher in Residence.
In 1958, President Eisenhower designated May 1 as Law Day to recognize the influence of the rule of law within our government and society. Use primary sources to facilitate a conversation with students about legal concepts like justice and due process.
We’re thrilled to announce that we’ve just added 50 newly streaming recordings to the online Archive of Recorded Poetry and Literature collection for your listening pleasure.
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Join us for online office hours. This week tour the Jefferson Building from home and learn about resources you can use to commemorate Law Day.
Explore three new collections that the Library of Congress has recently placed online: the papers of Andrew Johnson, Chester Alan Arthur and William McKinley.
To mark the 50th anniversary of Earth Day, introduce students to some of the history of recycling and encourage them to apply design thinking to materials available in most homes.
Join us for this week’s office hours: 4/21 Primary Source for Science Classrooms and 4/23 Crowdsourcing the Library of Congress.
See how the item record for a collection item can serve as a valuable research tool. Learn how using specific links from the record may lead teachers and students down some interesting and unexpected research rabbit holes.