Library of Congress Teaching with Primary Sources (*digital images found at loc.gov)
Teaching with Primary Sources Program at Rockford University


Newsletters

The Library of Congress Teaching with Primary Sources Program at Rockford University produces a quarterly newsletter that focuses on our program’s events and news. We also highlight important information from the Library of Congress.
 

The TPS Journal is an online publication created by the Library of Congress Educational Outreach Division in collaboration with the TPS Educational Consortium. Published quarterly, each issue focuses on pedagogical approaches to teaching with Library of Congress digitized primary sources in K-12 classrooms.
 

TPS Educational Consortium

Members of the Teaching with Primary Sources (TPS) Educational Consortium assist in the design of the TPS program and offer TPS professional development on an ongoing basis, year round.
Visit www.loc.gov/teachers/tps/consortium/ to view a list of current Consortium members and their respective states.

TPS Events

TPS Announcements

 
Library of Congress

Contact Us

Deb Dew
Program Director
ddew@rockford.edu

 

Michael Griffith
Assistant Director
mgriffith@rockford.edu

 

Nicole Morris
Program Assistant
nmorris@rockford.edu

 

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* Content created and featured in partnership with the TPS program does not indicate an endorsement by the Library of Congress.

*Digital sources for images shown above: Jane Addams, profile (http://www.loc.gov/pictures/item/ggb2004000613/), Drafts of Langston Hughes’s poem "Ballad of Booker T.,” 30 May-1 June 1941 (http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.mss/mss.home), Chicago (Victor 18946, B-26733/4 ), Children sitting and kneeling on the ground and painting at Hull House (http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.ndlpcoop/ichicdn.n076595), Panoramic view of Rockford, Ill. (http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.pnp/pan.6a19166), Hull-House community workshop Register now: Free classes in painting, sculpture, pottery, weaving, poster art (http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.pnp/cph.3f05215), Gardner portrait of Lincoln (http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.rbc/lprbscsm.scsm0793).