Library of Congress Now on iTunes!

Now you can access podcasts and resources from the Library of Congress at iTunes!  Here is what Matt Raymond of the Library of Congress blog has to say about this exciting new Web 2.0 addition for LOC: Blog. Twitter. YouTube.  iTunes.  Yeah, we speak Web 2.0. You nation’s Library has millions of stories to tell, […]

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It’s Here: The Library of Congress YouTube Channel!

YouTube – LibraryOfCongress’s Channel via kwout Oh, happy day!  The Library of Congress YouTube Channel is officially open! Timeless treasures and contemporary presentations from the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C. As the world’s preeminent reservoir of knowledge, we are the steward of millions of recordings dating from the earliest Edison films to the present. […]

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More Library of Congress 2.0: YouTube and iTunes!

I was thrilled to read this news today:  fueled by the success of the Flickr project, Library of Congress is adding content to iTunes and YouTube!  Read more about these exciting developments at Network World! Library of Congress embraces YouTube, iTunes – Network World via kwout

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Library of Congress Adds Lincoln Photos To Flickr Photostream

Abraham Lincoln (1809-1865) – a set on Flickr via kwout The Library of Congress had added a new photoset featuring President Abraham Lincoln to its Flickr photostream!  You can read more about the new addition at the LOC blog or at the Flickr blog to get the scoop on these historic photos.

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Library of Congress Goes Web 2.0 with Flickr!

I actually stumbled on this yesterday while working on a pathfinder (and sent an email of pure excitement to my fellow district media specialists!), but in case you haven’t heard this exciting news, the Library of Congress is now on Flickr!  Check out all the tags on the Library of Congress Flickr account! What is […]

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Exciting Library of Congress News: LOC Partners with Microsoft to Create Interactive Exhibits!

On Thursday, January 10, the Library of Congress announced exciting news:  it will be partnering with Microsoft to create interactive exhibits and to allow online visitors to take “virtual tours” of exhibits of the user’s choice!  Imagine looking at the Gutenberg Bible or a draft of the Declaration of Independence from the comfort of your […]

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