July 27, 2021

Collections Spotlight: LGBTQ+ Resources

LGBTQ Activism and Contributions primary source set with teacher's guide Photographs Gay men creating a display labeled "Free: Gay Liberation, Minnesota" 1970 Male couples 1970 Gay rights demonstration at the Democratic National Convention 1976 AIDS quilt, Washington, D.C. 1987 Gary Pride Parade image set 2012 An LGBT Pride flag 2018 Posters Gay is angry, gay revolution networker 1971 I never loved a man the way that I love you! 1973 Gays & work symposium … [Read more...]

June News, Opportunities, Resources & PD from the Library & TPS Consortium

News, Opportunities, Resources Concerts from the Library Information | Premiering on Facebook | Watch on YouTubeGlobal Resource Fair U.S. Department of State Online June 22 - 24 11:00 am - 5:00 pm EST Free | Information & registrationGrab the Mic June Newsletter Jayson Reynolds | Read Hidden Folklorists and Hidden Spirituals on the Folklife Today Podcast Read about it | Listen Japanese Storytelling: Kamishibai and Ukiyo-e Minerva's Kaleidoscope | … [Read more...]

Finding Resources: 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 story maps to be a twenty-first-century tool for a twenty-first-century library,” said … [Read more...]