June 24, 2017

Using Sources: Printing High Quality Black & White Primary Source Images

Here is very simple tip from TPS-Barat for printing high-quality black & white or sepia images that we use in our in-person workshops: ask the print shop to use a color printer to print the black and white images and print them on business-card card stock. And don't forget to ask if they have educator discounts! For more information on saving high-quality images, check out Using Sources: Saving High Resolution Images. … [Read more...]

Using Sources: Viewing, Saving & Printing Maps

Overview The Library of Congress cartographic collection is the largest in the world and contains millions of maps, thousands of which are available online from the LOC.gov website. The Library interface allows you to zoom into these digitized maps in incredible detail simply through your web browser, save the maps in a variety of sizes for offline viewing, and even print the maps out. Viewing maps online Click on an item from a search result to view the map's bibliographic record and a … [Read more...]