Registration is now open for the 2020 Presidential Primary Sources Project (PPSP) program series. Learn about presidents like Abraham Lincoln, Theodore Roosevelt, George Washington and others directly from National Park Service rangers and presidential historians in this live, interactive web series.
PPSP is a distance-learning program in collaboration with numerous National Park Sites and Presidential Libraries around the country. These sites present a series of free, 45-minute interactive videoconferencing programs aimed at students in grades 4-12.
Through the use of primary source documents and interactive videoconferencing, the 2020 program series will take students on a journey through the historical legacies of our presidents. By the conclusion of each session, students will have gained a greater understanding of our nation’s presidents, and how they shaped the past and present of our country.
The series will run from January through March 2020. In addition to the interactive video component, each program will be live-streamed and recorded for on-demand viewing.
Free registration is now open. Learn more and see the schedule, or sign-up today! For more information and details, download this brochure. If you have any questions, reach out to Therese Perlowski, program manager for the Internet2 Community Anchor Program (CAP).
For a flavor of the PPSP experience, check out the complete archive of previous sessions (2013-2016) and/or view all the recent years under Past Events on the PPSP webpage provided above.