Day 1 of the Document of the Month Workshop
It has been an exciting and productive first day at our workshop. I got a chance to speak with a few of you all about the intentions of the blog. We are looking to create an ongoing conversation with you all and to offer supplemental tools for educators before, during, and after they attend one of our workshops. For more “About the Blog” click on the link on the left.
A few of you also expressed interest in sharing the information you have found or comments about the workshop. Please feel free to comment on any of the posts we have already made or in the comment box below.
Debra also expressed interest in learning more about the History of the National Archives and the Freedom of Information Act. More information about the History of the National Archives can be found here: http://www.archives.gov/publications/general-info-leaflets/1.html
And more information about the Freedom of Information Act can be found here: http://www.archives.gov/foia/
Also, feel free to browse the “Helpful Links for Educators and Students” link on the left that includes links to our own archives, the state archives and the national archives.
Finally, we have uploaded some pictures from the 1st day of the workshop and we will continue to upload pictures throughout the duration of the workshop. The pictures can be viewed via “Pictures” link on the left.
We look forward to creating exciting and useful standards-based curriculums.
I look forward to seeing you all tomorrow!
Posted by Melanie Gnau on July 26, 2010, under Document of the Month, Educators, Photographs, Uncategorized, Workshops.
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