Preserving Today’s Primary Sources for Tomorrow’s Research « Teaching with the Library of Congress | compaTIC |

"If you were a K-12 student, which websites would you want to save for future generations? What would you want people to look at 50 or even 500 years from now? These questions are at the heart of the K12 Web Archiving program, sponsored jointly by the Library of Congress and the Internet Archive, beginning with a pilot program in 2008."


This is an wonderful way to encourage students to develop their critical thinking and digital literacy skills. This is a project that is worth considering replicating or building on elsewhere.

Via theo kuechel, Rui Guimarães Lima, Alfredo Calderón