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COVID-19 Oral History Project: Welcome to this Guide

The COVID-19 Oral History Project is the culmination of work by Dr. James Zibro's Advanced Placement U.S. History students at Kent School with the support of research librarian, Nancy Florio, documenting the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on individuals across the globe. Students planned and conducted oral history interviews and researched news and social media while learning remotely and being personally impacted by stay-at-home orders. The project was created using TimelineJS, an open-source tool designed by the Knight Lab at Northwestern University. Each timeline is a unique expression of the individual groups. We hope you enjoy exploring the results.

* If you have any comments you would like to share, click the red Comments tab on the left and we will be happy to pass them along to the students.

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Image Source: Center for Disease Control