Welcome to the Digital Human Library

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The Digital Human Library (dHL) is a free educational resource that connects Canadian teachers and students with organizations and experts around the world who are delivering interactive curriculum-based programs using video conferencing technology. Curious? Browse the meBook Directory and preview the hundreds of meBooks available for loan. How are you engaging your students with the curriculum in new and exciting ways?

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Be sure to check out the variety of resources for the classroom as well – like hundreds of multi-media virtual tours to compliment virtual visits with dHL meBooks, and tips about getting the most from your Digital Human Library experience. 

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I hope you take some time to look around and learn more about how the dHL is connecting K-12 teachers and students with experts around the world.  It’s time to bring the field trip experience into your classroom!

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Leigh Cassell
Elementary Teacher, AMDSB
Founder of the Digital Human Library

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  1. Drew Ginter
    Posted April 11, 2014 at 9:20 am | Permalink

    Leigh- We are putting on a youth science conference- and we are wondering if you might like to participate- below is the generic blurb we’re sending out. Do you think this is something that you might be interested in?

    Please accept our invitation to participate in our first annual Kawartha Pine Ridge District Schools Board Youth Science Conference – Creating a Sustainable Future. Our conference will take place in Peterborough at Trent University on May the 13th from 9:30 a.m. until 2:45 p.m. Our conference’s goals will be engaging students as active participants in science, and how to address issues of sustainability and the environment. We are wondering if you, or anyone from _________________ would be interested in participating in this conference?

    We are looking for presenters who are able to speak to these issues and who can facilitate one or two sessions that would be approximately 1 to 1.5 hours in length. As students are more engaged and take away more learning while participating in science, we are looking for presentations that will feature student participation and involvement in every session we will be offering. If you would like to participate in our conference we would be very interested in having you run a session on May the 13th.

    Should you require more information please do not hesitate to contact either Drew Ginter (drew_ginter@kprdsb.ca) at 705-742-9773 ext. 2183 or Andrew Booth (andrew_booth@kprdsb.ca.ca) at 705-742-9773 ext. 2199.

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