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.
Many schools are struggling to leverage laptops with batteries that do not last through the day, and students need to be able to charge their devices while they work to get through their lessons. JAR System’s new Active Charge for Adapt4 USB-C Charging Stations are all-in-one portable power solutions to provide at-the-desk charging without running power strips or extension cords to desks. Take advantage of a limited-time offer.
To help young people combat the growing mental health crisis brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic, Yale University is offering a variation of its most popular “happiness” course to more than 500 low-income high school students around the nation at no cost.
For more than 30 years, National Geographic’s Boyd Matson has traveled the globe, reporting on nature, exploration, science, and adventure—from the heights of Mount Everest to the frigid waters of Antarctica. As the host of Wild Chronicles, Matson reports on people who are exploring Earth, solving its scientific mysteries, and advocating for its protection.