January 19, 2019

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Integrating Technology: Story Maps

Story Maps are immersive web applications that tell the incredible stories of the Library’s collections through narrative, multimedia, and interactive maps. The story maps are created within a Geographic Information Systems (GIS)-based software platform created by Esri. Story Maps are chock full of primary sources, including photographs, illustrations, texts, newspaper articles, and even maps. “I find […]

TPS Spotlight: Regional Programs

There are three regions that fall under the TPS National program: Western Region, Midwest Region, Eastern Region. The TPS Regional program promotes the widespread, sustained and effective use of primary sources from the Library of Congress in K-12 classrooms by increasing access to the TPS program. Through this effort, hundreds of organizations from all 50 […]

World Spotlight: Morocco

Morocco image set Morocco primary source set World Digital Library Morocco map Morocco printed ephemera (tourism, food, folklore) Alan Lomax collection 1967 Moroccan chorus and dance song recording 1959 U.S. historical newspaper coverage of Morocco Books and other texts related to Morocco U.S. veteran oral histories (Morocco service) Morocco mentions in the Foreign Affairs Oral History […]

Looking Back: Top Content of 2018

TPS-Barat was happy to be able to provide another year of great content highlighting Library of Congress primary sources and strategies and ideas for teaching with primary sources. In 2018 we added 31 Citizen U lessons to our offerings. Citizen U integrates inquiry-based civics across core curriculum disciplines—English-language arts, math, science, and social studies—in elementary, middle school, and high school grades. Below we link to […]

Citizen U & Engaging Congress: Free Workshops in IL & TX

WHY These free in-person workshops will help civic-minded educators develop engaged citizens by: improving inquiry-based teaching using Library of Congress Teaching with Primary Sources (TPS) methodology; reviewing the elementary through high school inquiry-based Citizen U interdisciplinary civics lessons interacting with the free civics app Engaging Congress; previewing the Library of Congress TPS Civics micro-credential pilot. […]

World Spotlight: Palestine

Palestine historical maps Palestine images Historical newspaper coverage of Palestine Palestine; or The Holy Land 1824 The History of Palestine 1851 Palestine Past and Present 1859 “Those holy fields.” Palestine, illustrated by pen and pencil 1874 A Palestine pilgrimage 1922 Report on the State of Palestine to Mr. Churchill March 28, 1921 Rights in Palestine 44 Stat. […]

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