Digital Humanities for the K-12 Classroom
Tuesday, December 3, 2013 from 4:30 PM to 6:30 PM (EST)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
HSP’s new digital history projects—Closed for Business and Preserving American Freedom—bring primary sources into the classroom along with teaching aids. At this workshop, teachers will learn how to access primary sources electronically to teach American history. Educators can receive Act 48 credit. Refreshments will be served. FREE
When & Where
Historical Society of Pennsylvania
The Historical Society of Pennsylvania is one of the oldest historical societies and one of the largest family history libraries in the nation. Following a complete merger with the Balch Institute for Ethnic Studies, HSP is also a leading repository of immigrant and ethnic history. It is second only to the Library of Congress for material on the nation’s founding and is the country’s third most popular destination for genealogical study. With approximately 21 million records including manuscripts, graphics, and books that span over 350 years of history, HSP is an invaluable resource for historical research.
HSP serves thousands of on-site visitors each year. It also offers a research-by-mail service and extensive online resources, including a library catalog, finding aids, digital collection, and curricular materials. HSP hosts educator workshops and public programs, and publishes a quarterly scholarly journal. To learn more about HSP or to become a member, visit us at www.hsp.org.