As Teaching with the Library of Congress begins its second decade, we’re grateful to every reader and to all the authors, interview subjects, and commenters who’ve contributed to the discussion. And we look forward to many more opportunities to discover together.
Use maps and photographs to study Greenwood Avenue before and after the Tulsa Race Massacre.
As we prepare for Memorial Day learn about a teacher and his students and their oral history interviews for the Veterans History Project.
Learn about the addition of additional years of the Congressional Record and public law text to those currently available on Congress.gov.
The Library of Congress and National Council of Teachers of English invite you to join us for a webinar on May 26 from 4-5pm EDT about teaching and transcribing Walt Whitman’s notebooks and diaries.
What is a monument and how do we help students understand what they are and why they are important? Intern Bryn Walker provides some answers and teaching suggestions.
Learn more about Tape vs Hurley one of the first school desegregation cases ever decided in a court of law.
Join Arizona Poet Laureate Alberto Ríos and educator Melissa Alter Smith to discuss the power of poetry.
Explore the mathematical thinking used in Alexander Graham Bell’s Experimental notebooks and learn ways you can use them to support your students growth in mathematics.
Learn about the new recordings added to the Archive of Recorded Poetry and Literature.