From the Teaching with the Library of Congress blog
If you follow the Teaching with the Library of Congress blog, you’re most likely familiar with the Library’s web site for K-12 educators, loc.gov/teachers. (If you don’t follow it, you might check it out for the great resources.)
The Library is proud of the classroom materials, professional development, and other resources offered on the site. However, they know that there’s always room for improvement and that those improvements start with your input.
As they consider adjusting our site to better support the Library’s K-12 educator audience, they are asking for your help. Visit the blog post, and in the comments, please share any insights based on your experience with using the site.
- What do you find invaluable about loc.gov/teachers?
- What functionality or content could be added?
- What could be safely removed?
- How else could they improve our online teacher resources?
The Library of Congress would love to know what they’re doing right, what they could do more of or do better, and what they could retire.They look forward to the conversation.