Not Your Grandmother’s Library of Congress

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The Library of Congress now has its own YouTube Channel (here)! For law profs looking for video clips to supplement teaching materials, this may become a valuable resource in the future.  For now, the channel has clips of discussions by authors and curators and a few older films. LOC plans to upload additional content. Cool!

LOC has a home page that organizes its women’s history resources (here), including links to “moving images” (early film, contemporary film, video) that is helpful if a researcher is looking for a particular clip.

-Bridget Crawford

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