May 22, 2019

Online Conference 2016: Discover & Explore with Library of Congress Primary Sources

Join us for the second annual Library of Congress online conference for educators, October 25-26 from 4-8 pm ET (3-7 pm CT, 2-6 pm MT, 1-5 pm PT). Over the course of two days, there will be 15 one-hour sessions facilitated by Library specialists, instructional experts from the Library’s Teaching with Primary Sources Consortium, and other recognized K-12 leaders. Each session will be recorded and, for a limited time, certificates will also be available to those who view the recordings. The … [Read more...]

Unlocking the Power of Primary Sources: 2015 Online Conference Recordings

On October 27-28, 2015, education experts and subject matter specialists presented 15 different sessions discussing resources and teaching strategies for using primary sources from the Library of Congress in the classroom. If you missed one or more sessions you were hoping to catch, don't worry. Each session was recorded and certificates are available for a limited time to those who view the recordings. (If you didn't register previously, you will need to register now to view the … [Read more...]

Unlocking the Power of Primary Sources: Free Online Conference

This teacher conference will run October 27-28 from 4-8 EST. The keynote speaker is the distinguished photographer Carol Highsmith, who will discuss her decades-long project of documenting the United States. This first-ever online educator conference will feature 15 one-hour sessions on diverse range of topics from literacy and historical thinking to historic newspapers and the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Each session will be recorded and certificates will also be available for a limited time to … [Read more...]