For more than a decade, educators and students have explored historic newspapers through the Chronicling America website. Now the latest machine learning experience from Library of Congress Labs allows users to search visual content in American newspapers dated 1789–1963.
Nonprofit OpenSciEd was launched to create high-quality open-source scienceinstructional materials specifically for middle schools. The lessons are available for science teachers to access and download freely. All align with NGSS and are developed by educators and tested by teachers.
Across the world, equity and accessibility have become two of the thorniest issues districts face as they continue to offer learning in remote and hybrid learning environments. In the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, some states delayed online learning because they realized all students could not access it.
For the first time in its 174-year history, the Smithsonian Institution has released more than 2.8 million high-resolution two- and three-dimensional images from across its collections onto an open-access online platform for visitors to peruse and download free of charge.
To address the remote learning needs of different audiences, the Emily Dickinson Museum offers virtual syllabi for students, scholars, and writers on its website. Thematic selections of essays, news articles, media, and digitized primary source materials provide a free source to all things Emily Dickinson.