Finding Primary Sources - Library of Congress ASDSA 13

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Finding Primary Sources - Library of Congress ASDSA 13

This is the class page for the LoC class held at ASDSA June 2013. 

Members: 16
Latest Activity: Jun 18, 2013

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You MUST take this survey to get your stipend. The survey must be completed by Friday, June 7, 2014

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We will meet in room A106 at Dimond on Monday and Tuesday, June 3rd and 4th. Class will start promptly at 8AM.

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Final projects 28 Replies

Please edit the name of your ARS to include your last name (i.e. ARSCampbell.doc or CampbellARS.doc) Continue

Started by Stephanie Campbell. Last reply by Brandon Erickson Jun 18, 2013.

Reflection assignment Day 2 14 Replies

1.  What did you like about today's activities and searches on the LOC?2.  What could you use in your classroom or how could you adopt something you did for use in you classroom?3.  What should we…Continue

Started by Keith Kuipers. Last reply by Stephanie Anderson Jun 11, 2013.

Introductions 6 Replies

Welcome to the Library of Congress on-line digital collection course for ASDSA 2013. Please take a moment to introduce yourself to your classmates and instructors. Please let us know where and what…Continue

Started by Stephanie Campbell. Last reply by Heather Beck Jun 4, 2013.

Reflection assignment Day 1 12 Replies

Reflection Paper1.  What did you like about today's activities and searches on the LOC?2.  What could you use in your classroom or how could you adopt something you did for use in you classroom?3. …Continue

Started by Stephanie Campbell. Last reply by Charlotte Pendleton Jun 3, 2013.

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Comment by David Robinson on June 3, 2013 at 3:32pm

1.  What did you like about today's activities and searches on the LOC?

I liked the resource. The LOC website had numerous documents that I could use, they were high quality images, and there was a diversity of sources. In addition, there was ample time to investigate the site on my own.

2.  What could you use in your classroom or how could you adopt something you did for use in you classroom?

I have a unit on writing historical fiction, so this site is ripe with items that the kids could use to investigate their time period.

3.  MONDAY ONLY - What would you like to see tomorrow?

Coffee! Honestly, some time investigating other resources for primary documents besides LOC.

 
 
 

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