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2 Yet, this does not mean library materials are acquired indiscriminately. While a copy of every item copyrighted must be deposited at the Library of Congress, contrary to popular notion, the library does not automatically include each copyright deposit in its permanent collection. Clearly, these massive collections cannot all be digitized for online presentation in American Memory. How does the library decide what to convert to online content? Selection of Online Content Just as book selection is critical to building a useful school library, so, too, are digitization decisions important for building a national digital library.
These online galleries can bring the resources and the services of the Library of Congress to interested Figure 2-13 The online exhibitions provide interpretative background about selected Library of Congress primary-source materials. gov/exhibits/ Title: 1492: An Ongoing Voyage Title: Language of the Land: Journeys into Literary America Description: This exhibition examines contact between American people and European explorers, conquerors, and settlers from 1492 to 1600. The dramatic events following 1492 set the stage for numerous cultural interactions in the Americas, which are still in progress—a complex and ongoing voyage.
Figure 3-2 The Learning Page, designed for K–12 teachers and media specialists, is the “front door” to the American Memory collections. Finding Materials Online How to Get Started How best to proceed depends upon how much time you have and what you need to do. If you are a busy teacher looking for material on a specific topic to use now, the features and activities are a good place to start. What teacher would not like to find ready-made materials on immigration, elections, inaugurations, first ladies, holidays, women pioneers—and lots of interactive activities that draw upon primary source materials?