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Integrating Primary Source Documents with New Sanborn Insurance Maps Class

Author // Sarah Mowery Tuesday, 16 February 2021

Sanborn Insurance Maps, one of INFOhio's licensed resources available at no cost to Ohio students, educators, and families, offers over 40,000 historical maps of Ohio cities drawn between 1882-1962. 


Do you want to learn more about integrating primary source documents into your curriculum, like these historical Ohio city maps? Use these maps and other primary source documents to take a step back in time and look through the lens of those who lived throughout history. Listen, learn, and navigate through the newest online professional development class, Sanborn Insurance Maps.

This class has been added to the 6-12 Digital Content Learning Pathway and upon completion of this self-paced, online class earn 2 contact hours that can be used for renewal of your professional license.

Have questions? INFOhio is always here to help. For questions, comments, and additional support contact us at support.infohio.org



About the Author

Posted by: Sarah Mowery

Sarah Mowery is a Professional Instructional Specialist with INFOhio. She has worked in education for 16 years as a school librarian and technology coach in elementary and middle school settings. While in these roles, she's been an integral part of the building leadership teams working as a curriculum connector and integrating web-based tools. She earned a BA in Sociology from Bowling Green State University and an MLS with a specialization in PK-12 schools from East Carolina University. Sarah was one of the original INFOhio ICoaches when the program first began in 2013 and has a passion for sharing how INFOhio resources can transform teaching and impact learning for students and educators across the state of Ohio. 

Sarah Mowery
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