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Web de la Biblioteca Digital Mundial

Free Technology for Teachers: Find Primary Sources from All Over the World on the World Digital Library

Great resources for Digital Citizenshop

Digital Citizenship: Resource Roundup

Sherry Turkle: Connected, but alone? // Excellent TED talk where Sherry Turkle "studies how our devices and online personas are redefining human connection and communication.

10 Artifacts from Literature That We Wish Were Real – Flavorwire

10 Artifacts from Literature That We Wish Were Real

10 Famous Authors Who Dropped Out of School – Flavorwire

This concept worked with my field notes, but not much else. But it has been a start to figuring out my own way, so... Start somewhere and do you.

This concept worked with my field notes, but not much else. But it has been a start to figuring out my own way, so... Start somewhere and do you.

It’s black history month, and rather than offer up a straightforward book list of young adult titles that highlight aspects of black history in the United States, I wanted to do something different — and something that would be much … Continued

Black History in YA Fiction: A Time Line

Book Stuff: Support Black History in YA Fiction by using this time line as inspirations for recs or a great display (via Book Riot)

The Library of Congress. A great resource for teachers. This infographic shows you how to use it.

The How Teachers Can Leverage The Library of Congress Infographic sheds some light on what the Library of Congress offers to teachers such as lesson plans.

Titanic: Voices from the Disaster

Titanic: Voices from the Disaster

Printer Cartridge Reset

Printer Cartridge Reset

The Adventures of Library Girl: Keeping Your Library Collection Smelling F.R.E.S.H!

Library Collection from a SLMC Guru, the one and only Library Girl! Weeding---The Adventures of Library Girl: Keeping Your Library Collection Smelling F.

Map of slavery in USA 1830 Map depicting density of slavery in theUSA in 1830. Shows chief slave states as Virginia, Carolinas, Alabama, Georgia, Florida, Mississippi and Louisiana.

1830 Map depicting density of slavery in the USA chief slave states Virginia Carolinas Alabama Georgia Florida Mississippi & Louisiana

The alethiometer from His Dark Materials    Lyra’s alethiometer has always been one of the most coveted fictional items. While it tells a skilled user the truth — past, present or future — we’ve always found it particularly compelling because it relies on symbols, each with various layers of meaning, and gives its holder the feeling of the truth, not a simple glimmering vision.

10 Artifacts from Literature That We Wish Were Real

One of the objects in the magical "Golden Compass" movie: "An Alethiometer is a small, gold-colored, compass-like device that had a single, simple, use: to tell the truth.

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