Middle Tennessee State University: Free Speech Center offers teachers free Bill of Rights guide for Constitution Week

Middle Tennessee State University: Free Speech Center offers teachers free Bill of Rights guide for Constitution Week. “‘Each year teachers look for fresh resources to help teach young people about America’s core constitutional principles,’ said Ken Paulson, director of the center. ‘We’re pleased to provide free of charge a new and updated edition of the respected textbook “The Bill of Rights: The First Ten Amendments” written by Belmont University law professor and Constitutional scholar David Hudson.’ The book is intended for use in classes in grades 7 through 10, and gives both teachers and students a concise overview of Constitutional principles.”

The Daily Universe: BYU Law creates language database to help interpret Constitution

The Daily Universe: BYU Law creates language database to help interpret Constitution. BYU is Brigham Young University. “This database is called the Corpus of Founding Era American English, also known as COFEA. ‘Corpus’ refers to a collection of written texts on a particular subject. The corpus holds founding-era documents that can be used by legal professionals for free as a tool to make educated legal decisions.”

Library of Congress: New Website Makes the U.S. Constitution Searchable with Supreme Court Interpretations Throughout History

Library of Congress: New Website Makes the U.S. Constitution Searchable with Supreme Court Interpretations Throughout History. “With advanced search tools and a modern user-friendly interface, the new website makes the 3,000 pages of the Constitution Annotated fully searchable and accessible for the first time to online audiences – including Congress, legal scholars, law students and anyone interested in U.S. constitutional law.”

Larry Ferlazzo Maintaining List of Immigration Ban Resources

Larry Ferlazzo is maintaining a list resources for learning about the immigration ban of the current administration. “Here’s a beginning list of resources related to them – I’ll be adding more over the weekend and into the future (you might also be interested in The Best Sites For Learning About World Refugee Day and The Best Sites To Learn About Walls That Separate Us)…”

Printables Site for US Constitution, Bill of Rights, More

I have mentioned Kevin Savetz and his “printable” Web sites in ResearchBuzz from time to time. Now he has a printables site for the US Constitution and other documents. “This site offers free, printable versions of the founding documents of our Republic, including the U.S. Constitution, Bill of Rights, Declaration of Independence, and other rights laid out by America’s founders.”

Online Library of Information About the First Amendment Launched

Now available: an online library providing information about the First Amendment. “…an organization dedicated to defending the rights of students, staff and faculty on college campuses has launched its own online library with the goal of helping ‘the public’s understanding of the First Amendment.’ The Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE) said it created the ‘First Amendment Library’ for use by anyone — students, attorneys, law clerks, judges, journalists — who wants to learn more about the amendment.” Contents include a timeline and a database of Supreme Court cases.