Researching small, nuanced topics in civil legislation and regulations is one of the things that I’m spending a lot of time doing this fall. Through that process I’ve become familiar with a new aspect of the Library of Congress that I had previously overlooked.
The Library of Congress offers in-depth research guides for hundreds of topics divided into twenty-five groups. Some of the many research guides you might find helpful to you and your students include Music in the United States, Geography & Maps; an Illustrated Guide, and Halloween & Día de Muertos Resources.
Last week I made a brief video overview of the research guides provided by the Library of Congress. You can watch that video here.
These are the other videos I produced last week:
Online PD Courses
Even though I’m no longer writing two or more blog posts every day, I’m still maintaining my online PD courses. You can find them all here.
I hope you have a ball at school this week. #dadjokes