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About This Site

Library and Archives Canada's Learning Centre brings together a wealth of educational resources for students and teachers, including comprehensive teaching units and strategies, lesson plans, quizzes and games. Primary-source items such as diary entries, letters, maps and photos have been specially selected from Library and Archives Canada's collection and are available in "The EvidenceWeb." Quality websites for students, on a wide range of Canadian topics, have been selected for their educational value and are highlighted in "For Students," under "Great Sites."Award-winning Books for children and young people are listed in "For Students," under "Award-winning Books." Educators will be interested in the workshops offered in the "Educational Resources" database, found in "For Teachers."

Curricula across Canada have been taken into consideration when developing the educational resources found in the Learning Centre.

Acknowledgements

Educational resources, developed using primary sources from "The EvidenceWeb," were written by Elspeth Deir, John Fielding and Gordon Sly, educational consultants with experience in curriculum development and textbook writing.

We also gratefully acknowledge the financial assistance of the Department of Canadian Heritage, whose Canadian Culture Online Program (CCOP) made this work possible.