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Teaching Primary Source Nonfiction Analysis with the Library of Congress American Memory Digital Archive for the Common Core

Teaching Primary Source Nonfiction Analysis with the Library of Congress American Memory Digital Archive for the Common Core

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  • Library  of  Congress  2.0   Linda  &  David  Lackey   American  Memory  Fellows       Teaching  Primary  Source     Nonfic3on  Analysis  with  the     Library  of  Congress  American   Memory  Digital  Archive   WVIZ/PBS  ideastream   Technology  +  Learning  Conference   November  14,  2013  
  •       Library  of  Congress  -­‐  hOp://www.loc.gov        
  • Dr.  James  Billington   Librarian  of  Congress     1987-­‐Present   Billington  championed  the  Library’s  American   Memory  Program  which  makes  freely  available   on-­‐line  over  24  million  American  historical   items  as  a  way  of  “keeping  democracy  vital”.  
  • To  put  the  en*re  Library  of  Congress  in  even  the  smallest  town,  all  we  have  to  do  is  run  a   network  spigot  into  that  town,  and  hook  it  up  to  the  computers,  and  we  will  have  the   en*re  Library  of  Congress  at  our  finger*ps.      -­‐  Steve  Jobs,  1990  
  • hOp://www.loc.gov/index.html  
  • hOp://memory.loc.gov  
  •         Library  of  Congress  2.0     Linda  Lackey  –  lolackey@gmail.com     David  Lackey  –  dlackey52@gmail.com    
  • History  Channel  -­‐  Library  of  Congress  –  Visitor  Experience