Mar. 6, 2017

Lee Ann Potter – Primary Source Documents and Media Across the Curriculum

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Lee Ann Potter is the Director of Education Outreach for the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C.

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2 Responses to "Lee Ann Potter – Primary Source Documents and Media Across the Curriculum"

  • Dave Moore says:

    Enjoyed your podcast and as a history buff some of the examples really resonate, particularly her comment that original source materials usually raise their own questions of the sort we want students to ask themselves to inspire higher level thinking.
    At some point I would like to talk with Lee Ann about some new work we are doing on large-scale metatagging of resources in ways that relate to K12 Topics, Key Terms and Standards for Search and Discovery.

  • Susan Crowley says:

    Thank you so much for sharing you resources and your wisdom. This was an inspirational podcast.

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