Library of Congress Orientation to Research Webinar
The Library of Congress, through its Web site (www.loc.gov), makes available its resources, services, and more than fifteen million of its multimedia primary source items in American history and culture. Find maps, photographs, prints, sound recordings, films, broadsides, documents, ephemera, and printed texts, plus exhibitions, webcasts, special presentations, bibliographies, and web guides.
Learn to access this wealth of information through the Digital Reference Sectionís free, one-hour orientation via webinar. To register for the orientation, use the Participant Registration Form at http://www.loc.gov/rr/program/orientation_form.php. Confirmation, log on instructions, and the handout will be sent via email.
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