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Tip of the Week: The Teacher’s Guide to the Library of Congress

The list of non-negiotable resources that every social studies teacher should be using is really not that long. But every time I edit my list, the Library of Congress always finds its way on.

It’s got great lessons, documents. social media, primary source teaching tools . . . basically the sort of stuff every teacher can use. And I’ve written tons about all of their goodies.

But sometimes it’s nice to have all of the goodies in one place. So if you’re looking for that sort of thing, head over to The Teacher’s Guide to the Library of Congress. You’ll find an handy infographic and tons of LOC links broken into tips, tricks, guides, useful tools, and resources.

It’s a nice collection that I probably should have put together years ago. But now I’m off the hook and you’ll find great stuff. Win, win!

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  1. Stephanie Conklin #

    Just wanted to say that I always read your posts…thanks for all the great resources!

    Stephanie Conklin History Teacher Plano, Texas

    Sent from my iPad

    September 29, 2012
    • glennw #

      Stephanie,

      Thanks so much for the comment! it’s always great to hear from people who find the stuff useful. Have a great week!

      glennw

      October 1, 2012

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