Meet Jen Reidel, the 2019-2020 Library of Congress Teacher in Residence.
Go beyond the Veterans History Project to learn more about the experience of United States veterans.
The American Archive of Public Broadcasting (AAPB), a collaboration between the Library of Congress and WGBH in Boston, offers a robust collection of some 52,000 public radio and television resources representing the past sixty years of American life.
This post is by Jen Reidel, the 2019-2020 Library of Congress Civics Teacher in Residence. Through research, writing, presenting, and interaction with educators and colleagues on the Learning and Innovation Office (LIO) team, I have come to broaden what I see as civic education and the power of primary sources for all subject areas and ages.
Join us for our Library of Congress summer of Professional Development opportunities.
Explore how to use the Library of Congress Primary Source Sets in remote learning environments.
This week in Office Hours learn about using Congress.gov and primary sources relating to the influenza pandemic of 1918.
This post is by Jen Reidel, the 2019-2020 Library of Congress Civics Teacher in Residence. During periods of crisis, Americans have often been called to practice civic virtue, placing the common good above individual need. Children historically have actively supported national objectives during wartime in age appropriate ways, including buying and selling war savings stamps, collecting […]
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.
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.