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You can stay in touch with the Library of Congress & learn new ways to use its resources through a collection of social media technologies & bulletin services. Choose the way best suited to your needs. Through social media, the Library also shares historic content from our collections.
- Timeless: Stories from the Library of Congress
- Bibliomania: Rare Books & Special Collections
- Bookmarked: Celebrating Contemporary Books & Writers at the Library
- Copyright: Creativity at Work
- Folklife Today: American Folklife Center & Veterans History Project
- 4 Corners of the World: International Collections at the Library of Congress
- Guardians of Memory: Preserving the National Collection
- Headlines and Heroes: Newspapers, Comics & More Fine Print
- In Custodia Legis: Law Librarians of Congress
- Inside Adams: Science, Technology & Business
- Insights: Scholarly Work at the John W. Kluge Center
- In the Muse: Performing Arts Blog
- Minerva's Kaleidoscope: Resources for Kids & Families
- NLS Music Notes: Resources for the Blind & Print Disabled
- Now See Hear!: National Audio-Visual Conservation Center
- Of the People: Widening the Path
- Picture This: Library of Congress Prints & Photos
- Teaching with the Library: Primary Sources & Ideas for Educators
- The Signal: Digital Happenings at the Library of Congress
- Unfolding History: Manuscripts at the Library of Congress
- Worlds Revealed: Geography & Maps at the Library of Congress
Streaming video presentations on all sorts of subjects, from book talks by authors, scientific breakthroughs in preservation, and historical footage from the dawn of film.
Download these podcasts and discover the treasures of the Library through its expert curators, and special guests, including authors, musicians, scholars and scientists.
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Get timely updates on news, events, new content online & more. Stay informed on specific subject areas – from legislation to poetry, from music to science, from cataloging to copyright – all delivered to your inbox.
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- Library of Congress International Collections on Facebook External
- National Library Service for the Blind and Print Disabled on Facebook External
- Performing Arts at the Library of Congress on Facebook External
- Library of Congress Veterans History Project on Facebook External
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- Librarian of Congress Carla Hayden External
- Chronicling America Historic Newspapers External
- Congress.gov External
- Events at the Library of Congress External
- Kluge Center External
- Law Library of Congress External
- Library of Congress Crowdsourcing External
- Library of Congress Labs External
- Library of Congress Maps External
- Library of Congress National Audio-Visual Conservation Center External
- Teaching with the Library of Congress External
- U.S. Copyright Office External
- World Digital Library External
Imagery of contemporary life and activity from the Library of Congress. From current events and concerts to rich historical photos, explore compelling images from the world''s largest library. Library of Congress on Instagram External
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Sharing some of our most popular images through the "Commons" project for visual materials.
Library of Congress Life: Events, Art & Architecture External
Scenes of contemporary activity at the Library and views of our breathtakingly beautiful buildings.
Connecting students and teachers to powerful, inspiring visuals from the Library’s Free-to-Use sets. Library of Congress on Unsplash External
Sharing some of our most popular images through the fans of the Library of Congress on Pinterest. Library of Congress on Pinterest External
Great stories from the world’s largest library.
Library of Congress on Medium External
Sharing open source software, created by the Library and distributed on GitHub (a social coding platform) in multiple repositories, for use and enhancement by the public.
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