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MCA - #COVID Stories Lesson Plan.pdf
Where do primary sources come from? This activity will have students document an aspect of their COVID-19 experience in the form of a social media post, donate it to their community archive, and then think about how that resource will inform people…

Day in the Life of Quarantine.jpg
Part of Bangor Public Library's Pandemic Postcard Project.

During quarantine, dog walks had gotten a little more animated in the early afternoons as more kids were out playing in the streets. More neighbors without dogs have been walking the neighborhood and it feels as if every third house has a new…

Biddeford Historical Society hosted a cemetery stone cleaning and repair workshop, and here are the attendees learning and listening in a physically distant manner, with masks. Maine is doing a great job staying safe!

Scratch on the Record.pdf
Poem depicting how Covid-19 has interrupted our lives.

People wait outside Trader Joe's in Portland.

Painting of a computer screen showing a Zoom meeting. The artist now takes part in an art critique group with Dustan Knight twice a week on Zoom.

Part of Bangor Public Library's Covid Stories From Our Patrons.

Illustration titled barbijo, which is Spanish for surgical mask.

The material was submitted by the student through the COA COVID-19 Community Archive Project Google Form.

Photograph of Black Bear statue with a face mask on. The statue of the University of Maine mascot is erected outside of the University's Memorial Gym, photograph was taken by Matthew Revitt, University of Maine Archivist on August 9, 2020.

People in face masks walking in Ogunquit.

Due to COVID-19 the Center Theatre temporarily closed its doors on March 16, 2020. While we were closed, we made our marquee available to the public. This is a small sampling of those messages supporting our community.

Chancellor Messages_Transition to Online Instruction.pdf
Message to the University of Maine System community from Chancellor Dannel P. Malloy regarding plans to transition to online instruction for the remainder of the Spring semester as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Changes Certainly.pdf
My experiences during this pandemic.
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