Community Anchor Program Library Resources

Presidential Primary Sources Project

The presidential primary sources project representing an American flag with vertical red pencil stripes on a blue background.

This series of free, interactive, standards-aligned webinars connect classrooms in grades 4-12 to historians at presidential museums and historic sites. Students will interact directly with experts to learn about presidents like Abraham Lincoln, Bill Clinton, John F. Kennedy, and Theodore Roosevelt. Made possible through a partnership between Internet2 and the National Park Service, the series runs from January through April every year.

Internet2 Community Anchor Program (CAP) Distance Learning Scholarship Program – Open to K-12 Teachers and School Librarians!

The Internet2 Community Anchor Program (CAP) distance learning scholarship program gives K-12 teachers and school librarians a scholarship worth $200-400 for free, one-on-one distance learning programs for their classes through the Center for Interactive Learning and Collaboration (CILC). Recipients can choose from any of the over 2,000 professionally delivered programs offered from all over the world, all of which have been evaluated by educators. 

CAP K-12 Curriculum Resources

This is a list of CAP’s favorite online and distance learning resources for K-12 students everywhere. Click the links to help your students learn in new ways, whether it’s learning about art from Smithsonian experts, dissecting a bug online, or connecting to students halfway across the globe to compare cultures.

Toward Gigabit Libraries Toolkit

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The Toward Gigabit Libraries toolkit is a powerful, FREE tool to help libraries learn about and improve their current broadband infrastructure and internal information technology (IT) environment. Using the toolkit helps library staff become better equipped to improve broadband services and become stronger advocates for their libraries’ broadband infrastructure needs.