President Abraham Lincoln was America’s first “technology” president. He used emerging telegraph technology in war, politics, and even his personal life. The Decoding the Civil War project at The Huntington Library is focused on using transcribed and decoded Civil War telegrams to engage new and younger audiences to spark their curiosity and develop new critical thinking skills.
Abraham Lincoln’s papers from his time as a lawyer, congressman, and the sixteenth president are now online in full color in a new presentation after a multiyear digitization effort at the Library of Congress.
The Sprint 4NetSafety Resource Center is full of helpful tools specifically tailored for use in the classroom or at home. The resources address a variety of online safety topics, including cyberbullying, mobile device safety, online privacy, and personal data sharing. In addition, the Resource Center provides applications and tools that help to protect families’ wireless devices.
Furthering its mission to educate younger generations about the important lessons of World War II, The National WWII Museum is hosting a live-streamed Electronic Field Trip (EFT) on February 22, 2018, for students across the country.