The GA DEN LC leaders are having a great time networking and learning in Boston at the DEN LC Symposium! We have had great sessions with Dr. Lodge, visited with our friends at Fablevision, and seen the sights around Boston, like Fenway Park. We can’t wait to get back to Georgia to share all the
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Congratulations to our own LC Blog Team member Kati for her recognition at the 2nd Annual DENny Awards!
As the school year winds to a close, and we look forward to summer and next school year, you may want to take time to get ready for the GaETC conference to be held in Atlanta, GA November 3-5, 2010. Follow the link below to register to take advantage of early bird registration or to
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Ayanna, Patrice, and Patti at the DEN Virtual Conference at Georgia Public Broadcasting
On Friday January 29, 2010, the National Archives at Atlanta, along with Georgia Public Broadcasting, the Georgia Historical Society, and the Georgia Humanities Council, presented a free educator workshop on the program Faces of America. Participants were treated to a presentation on genealogy and taught how to use the archives for historical research by Kenneth