Back to School with DPLA

Posted by Dan Cohen in September 2, 2014.

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It’s the first day of school for most kids in the United States, and so a good time to highlight the resources the Digital Public Library of America has ready and waiting for students and teachers this school year. Just like kids, DPLA spent the summer growing and maturing, adding new partners, new staff, and over a half-million items along the way. And we’ve been thinking a lot about how we can be most helpful in the classroom; this fall we will be talking to many educators from K-12 through college to get their advice.

Meanwhile, we encourage everyone to tell a teacher or student this week about these handy DPLA features:

From all of us at the Digital Public Library of America, we wish you a great school year! And don’t forget to let us know how you’re using DPLA for your homework or in the classroom.

Featured image credit: Detail of “Catherine M. Rooney, 6th grade teacher instructs her alert pupils on the way and how of War Ration Book Two,” circa 1943. Courtesy the National Archives and Records Administration (view original record).


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