The Library of Congress is commemorating the 100th anniversary of the US entry into the Great War with exhibitions, lectures, symposia, film programs, recordings, publications, veterans’ stories, educational tools, and research guides to the Library’s World War I resources.
The American Social History Project (ASHP) in the Center for Media Literacy at City University of New York has been at the forefront of history on the web since the mid-1990s, producing a variety of websites where teachers, students, and the general public can discover the past. The subjects range from revolutionary France to twenty-first century America and points in between.
Circle Round, a storytelling podcast for children aged 4–10, tells carefully selected folktales from around the world with an eye toward inclusivity. The stories are adapted into 10- to 20-minute diverse episodes that delve into topics such as kindness, persistence, and generosity, while taking children to places they didn’t think possible.
LocknCharge provides quality charging stations developed with districts, for districts. LocknCharge’s Putnam 16 Charging Station was developed with Putnam City Schools. Together LocknCharge and Putnam City solved the needs many schools face in charging and securing iPad or other tablet devices.
TheArt of Seeing Art is a process for carefully viewing and exploring a work of art on a deep level. Developed by the Toledo Museum of Art, The Art of Seeing Art presents a series of six recursive steps—Look, Observe, See, Describe, Analyze, and Interpret—that students can use when viewing any work of art in a museum’s collection or any image in everyday life.