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Get ready for an online class session like you would an in-person class. Dress in classroom-ready clothing and have items you typically bring to class like a notebook, pens, water bottle, coffee, etc, on hand. If you usually review your notes before heading to class, consider implementing the same routine before you log onto Zoom.
To say that the Fall 2020 semester looks a little different would be an understatement. As students, we have adapted to living amidst a global medical pandemic and a pandemic of mass inequity. We have (hopefully) been keeping healthy while physically distancing from family, friends, and loved ones for the past six months. And yet, here we are! Still enrolled and passionate for the pursuit of knowledge (or the pursuit of a degree!).
In the classroom, sharing books on sensitive or controversial subjects opens up a space for dialogue and discussion. Through participating in book talk, children can explore multiple perspectives and engage in nuanced and complex thinking, examining life experiences from different vantage points.
Every day genealogists use our cemetery books, funeral home records, and death records. They sift through their family legacies, write books, study history, or just try to understand everything they can about how burials were handled in the past. This blog highlights the different types of death records available at the Champaign County Historical Archives.
When Americans reached the western frontier in the early 19th century and founded towns, they brought family, friends, culture, and new customs. Schools were built, churches erected, streets laid, and government buildings constructed to create an infrastructure akin to their former homes in the eastern U.S. As towns went up, populations grew, and laws were implemented to maintain perceived societal norms. Breaking those laws meant you had to answer to local law enforcement. 1e1e36bf2d