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Free Webinar – Foundations: Analyzing Primary Sources from the Library of Congress – June 22, 2-3pm ET

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This post is by Michael Apfeldorf of the Library of Congress.

Register here for this webinar!

Two boys looking at a computer screen held by teacher. One boy points excitedly.Join Library of Congress education specialists as we model foundational strategies for analyzing primary sources in K-12 settings. Participants will practice making observations, reflecting to draw inferences, and developing questions. They will also learn about free teacher resources available from the Library’s Teachers site. These resources and strategies are designed to facilitate student engagement, critical thinking, and construction of knowledge. Come learn how they can be applied in your educational setting!

Note: This session is an encore from 2020. Attendees staying for the entire webinar will receive an automated email certifying their attendance to a one-hour professional development event. To register, and for ADA information, please visit the Library of Congress webinars and workshops page.

Please email us at [email protected] with questions.


  1. We do need reminders in recognizing primary sources.

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