I’ve just shared the post “Colorado students blog inauguration experiences” on the ISTEconnects blog, which includes some background about the fantastic “When History Happens” project affiliated with the larger “Teaching with Primary Sources – Colorado” initiative. The U.S. Library of Congress is a partner in this collaboration. I’m thrilled this initiative has started in Oklahoma and a free “Teaching Inquiry Through Primary Sources” 4 day workshop for teachers will be held this summer in Oklahoma City.

My hat is off to these Colorado storychasers! :-)

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