In the midst of the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, the Library of Congress is collecting images, maps, web content and many more primary sources in order to, in the words of collection development officer Joe Puccio, “acquire and what a researcher in a hundred years will need to see from what is being produced today.” Learn more about the Library’s collection efforts by reading the following Library of Congress Blog post: How Will We Remember COVID-19? Then click the links below to review Covid-19 primary sources currently available.
Library of Congress COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic curated Flickr photo galleries
United States : local government responses to COVID-19 Law Library of Congress October 2020
Johannes Kepler and COVID-19: 400 Years of Mathematical Modeling Timeless Stories from the Library
- The Boccaccio Project: Musical Storytelling in Response to a Global Pandemic Teaching with the Library: Primary Sources & Ideas for Educators
- Covid-19, Grief, and Dia de los Muertos: An Inquiry Project
- Historical Empathy Toolbox: Teaching the COVID-19 Pandemic
- Teach This Poem: “When the Virus Comes” by Angelo Geter