Learn about the move of A Century of Lawmaking to Congress.gov.
Bring the National Book Festival to your classroom using the resources provide in this blog post.
Find out what’s new on the Teachers Page.
Meet Melanie Zeck, a reference librarian in the American Folklife Center.
Get engaged with the National Book Festival by encourage your students to use the 30 second look to analyze posters from the past book festivals.
Join us on August 25th for a webinar to help teachers learn ways to use National Book Festival resources with their students.
Explore how Nina Silvia Iskandarsjach, the Summer 2021 Liljenquist Fellow for the Library of Congress learned more about some photographs in the collection by focusing on the the details in the images.
Explore population trends using population pyramids and apply strategies for using them in the classroom.
This post by Sam Correia, a 2021 Library of Congress Junior Fellow explore the role of women in the history of modern day computers and computer programming.
How can mathematical reasoning be used to offer a fresh historical analysis on a topic? Explore charts from the Statistical Atlas from 1890 for some suggestions.