Free Webinar – Foundations:  Information Literacy and Primary Sources – July 27, 2-3pm ET

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

Drawing of the top part of the thinker statue with man with head on his hand in thought.

For greater knowledge on more subjects use your library often! V Donahugh, 1940

Register now for this webinar!

Information literacy involves multiple skills, including identifying where information comes from, evaluating claims and evidence, identifying bias, and researching for additional information.

Join Library of Congress education specialists as we apply information literacy skills to historical primary sources from the Library’s collections. We’ll practice these skills together and reflect on how they may be used in your educational settings.

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.