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How exciting, the New York Public Library just released 180,000 items to their online digital collection at high resolution download. The items include historical maps, pictures, botanical illustrations, ancient religious texts, posters, sheet music, and drawings all available to use … Continue reading
Common Sense Media‘s just released study, Common Sense Census: Media Use by Tweens and Teens, provides insight into how users are consuming media. The findings can be used to support a healthy learning environment for children. Here a few of the more … Continue reading