Watch this fascinating lecture by Erwin Cherminsky, Dean of the Berkeley School of Law.
On September 17, 1787, state delegates to the Constitutional Convention signed the United States Constitution in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. On Constitution Day, the 17th of September, the nation remembers this momentous occasion with programs and learning opportunities in schools across the country.
These sites offer a wealth of information on the Constitution, including activities and lesson plans.
The Bill of Rights Institute offers lesson plans and other resources related to the Constitution, including a contest!
The Constitution Annotated provides the section-by-section text of the Constitution along with interpretation of the Constitution over time.
This is a great site for primary sources!
Did you know Constitution Day used to be called Citizenship Day? And before that it was called Proud to be an American Day. Take a look at this citizenship study guide from teh Immigration and Naturalization Service!
This Fall 2022 Semester, the library is offering a new online OneSearch Library Catalog Tutorial. The tutorial is available in our library catalog, in many of our library research guides, and on our library website.
Upon completion of the OneSearch Library Catalog Tutorial, library patrons should be able to:
1. Find the OneSearch online library catalog.
2. Search for and locate books and e-books, videos, articles, digital media, and more in the library's collection.
3. Request items from other LACCD libraries.
At the end of the tutorial, there is a short online quiz, which provides users feedback.