Calif. students select websites for virtual time capsule

03/10/2011 | Ventura County Star (Calif.) (free registration)

Eighth-graders in a California middle school are creating virtual time capsules -- selecting websites that reflect their culture and experience. The websites will be divided into three collections and preserved as part of the K-12 Web Archiving Program, sponsored by the Library of Congress, the Internet Archive and California Digital Library. One teacher said the project is helping students understand the importance of using primary sources to document history.

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