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Using visualizations as a new way to teach a concept in a course such as using whaling logs in the classroom allows for easier integration of digitized history.
I’m curious whether or not the DPLA can be linked with Google Classroom. I know that some other archives, such as “U.S. History in Context,” has a feature in which you can share directly from the archive into your Google Classroom page. I’m also very intrigued to dig through the DPLA’s Primary Source Sets in order to develop some projects for my students.
How would you teach these whaling logs?
How would you use them in Middle School?
How would you use them in High School?
How would you use them in College?
I will try to add tags to my visual study of World War II study of propaganda posters and advertisements. I will add tags as well as I discuss communism v. democracy as I discuss the Cold War.
I am excited to use the Digital Library of America . It seems to be easier to navigate than the LOC or Gilder-Lehrman sites I usually use !