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Willard Stewart WPA and HABS Photographs of Delaware

Born in 1915, Willard S. Stewart worked for the Federal Writers Project in Delaware as a photographer during the 1930s. Stewart also worked as a project photographer for the Historic American Building Survey (HABS), and he documented a significant portion of the state as part of these two very ambitious projects. The University of Delaware Digital Collections project has created this online...

https://library.udel.edu/special/findaids/view?docId=ead/gra...
Cherokee Garden Library Collection Highlight

Founded in 1975, the Cherokee Garden Library gets its name from the state floral emblem of Georgia, the Cherokee rose. The Cherokee Garden Club of Atlanta created the library, and it is now a special collection library at the Kenan Research Center (housed within the Atlanta History Center). The library gathers and preserves artifacts across environmental fields, including design, history,...

https://www.atlantahistorycenter.com/exhibitions/cherokee-ga...
From Nothing to Something

Located in Nashville, Tennessee, the National Museum of African American Music (NMAAM) uplifts and preserves "the central role African Americans play in creating the American soundtrack," through exhibitions and educational materials. From Nothing to Something fulfills part of NMAAM's educational mission. While the complete curriculum covers several instruments, the online version (courtesy of the...

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RAWGraphs

Bridging the gap between data and design, RAWGraphs is a must-see for data visualization fans. Publicly launched in 2013 by the DensityDesign Research Lab (Politecnico di Milano), the tool provides an easy platform to input data and output impressive and easy-to-follow visual models. The main page of the RAWGraphs site outlines the basic steps for users, though before starting a new project, users...

https://rawgraphs.io
Ever Educating

Plenty of education and pedagogy resources exist, but Ever Educating stands out because it is designed for a niche audience: graduate students who are performing teaching duties, perhaps with limited training. Of course, the channel is a wonderful resource for other educators, too (especially those in higher education). Erika Romero, an English Studies PhD candidate and adjunct professor, runs the...

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCshegTlE7qLK-2uJZeoh8Iw/fea...