With an eye toward education, officials at the Library of Congress (LOC) have significantly upgraded the online component of the world's largest library, making a wide range of resources and thousands of titles more accessible than ever before. The newly reorganized home page includes several audience-specific resource pages and three completely overhauled subsites highlighting LOC's poetry program, including access to more than 600 audiovisual webcasts. Six new or retooled pages contain links to resources specifically geared toward kids and families, librarians, publishers, researchers, teachers, and visitors to the Library in Washington, D.C. A new feature called "Poetry" includes webcasts...

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