What do you get if you combine the Woodrow Wilson’s Presidential Library’s top-notch educational programs and 21st Century technology? Virtual Visits!
The Library will bring interactive sessions into any classroom or facility that has an Internet connection and a computer with a microphone and speakers. Our museum educators will use a state-of-the-art videoconferencing system to make history come alive for students or adult groups who would not otherwise be able to visit the Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library campus. Programs are designed to inspire curiosity and provide a deeper understanding of our present-day world through the lens of history.
Together, the educator and students will examine artifacts, photos, maps, and video clips to explore World War I, and that unique era in our country’s past. Learn about events leading up to the war and see how propaganda was used to influence public opinion on the “home front”. Explore a World War l trunk and learn about life in the trenches, and evaluate President Wilson’s involvement in the war including the Fourteen Points and the League of Nations.
If your classroom or group is too far away to visit in person, let us bring history to you! Scheduling of sessions will be conducted through the Center for Interactive Learning and Collaboration or directly through the WWPL.
For more information, please contact Heather Sutton - Education Coordinator, (540) 885-0897 ex. 122.