Here is where you post what you found using the search engines described in today's lesson. I'm really anxious to see what you came up with.
A couple of documents to transcribe. You only need to work on ONE of them, but they are both interesting and both related to one another. Here are the citations
Handwritten Draft of Ronald Reagan Letter to Mrs. William Loeb, Regarding th Item: Read more…
1. This is where you post your creative illustration of the National Archives organization system. Please have fun with this!
2. Also, you need to write a citation for the following document and send it to me at firstname.lastname@example.org . Read more…
This is where you will tell us about
THE ONE exhibit, collection, or interactive website you reviewed thoroughly (after just poking around in many) for today's lesson.
I am hoping each of you chooses a different one, but of course there are no guaran
Please tell us about ONE lesson plan or activity you discovered in the materials for this lesson and why you chose it. I can see some that I THINK you will be excited about.
Remember, with the National Archives facility materials ONLY, to copy the
There is a 5 MG limit to load materials on this website, so keep that in mind when you are downloading your final project. Can't wait to see your presentations! Carol
THIS DISCUSSION IS FOR ANY LAST MINUTE QUESTIONS
For lesson 10
Read Lesson 10, being sure to click on the Lesson 10 REVIEW link.
I will post another discussion board for you to post your final projects.
Only as an alternate method, you can
Here are the documents I promised you. All are from the National Archives, of course. :-) Just click on the link and it will take you to the document. You only need to analyze two of them, but I'd like for you to look at them all.
Please post your
Based on the National Archives and other government archival models, what types of records would you keep in your own "classroom archives?"
We, Carol Buswell (Educator - the National Archives at Seattle) and Robyn Dexter (Archivist - the National Archives at Anchorage), are so happy to have you in our class. Please tell us about yourselves. We would love to get to know you all.
Here is where we would like for you to put your
specific search problems. Hopefully, we can all learn from each other as a result.
We want you to be able to find as much as possible online by using the principles taught in this class. Often this t