The Teaching with Primary Sources program at Metropolitan State University of Denver offers up these top 10 tools for researching with the Library of Congress.
One of the greatest opportunities Teaching with Primary Sources gives St. Edwards University – 2010: The original intent for this grant was to train a group of teachers who could implement TPS techniques in their classrooms, and disseminate what they had learned to their communities. St. Edwards is remarkable in that they never truly stopped using their […]
We Made New Connections at TLD 2014, Did You? “Happy birthday to you, happy birthday TLD!” Yes, thanks to Two Geeky Teachers Michelle Pearson and Laura Israelsen’s contagious enthusiasm, we all sang “Happy Birthday” to Teacher Librarian Day during the conference. This year marked the 10th anniversary of TLD, so we celebrated with a big […]
Wow, a lot has happened in the ten years we have been hosting Teacher Librarian Day! We have proudly watched this cornerstone event evolve, growing in scope, number of presenters and audience size. A Look Back: Peggy O’Neill-Jones, our TPS at MSU director since the program’ s 2004 beginning, recalls planning the first TLD in […]
On October 8, 2013, the TPS Western Region staff headed to Tucson, Arizona as the co-sponsor for the 53rd Annual Western History Association Conference. The conference also doubled as a regional conference bringing together past and potential TPS grantees to engage in rich conversations about the potential of TPS in their respective states and regions. Further […]