Online Exhibits


The Clinton Digital Library is a virtual research room and digital repository that provides free and open access to the digitized collections of the William J. Clinton Presidential Library & Museum to everyone, anywhere in the world. Whether you are a lover of history, a student working on a school project, or a scholar, the Clinton Digital Library allows you to keyword search for archival documents, videos, audio recordings, and photographs and to search, browse, and view whole files, just as you could if you came to the Library’s research room in-person. In addition, online exhibits highlight digitized materials related to a specific topic.

Online Exhibits

Commemorating Courage: 40th Anniversary of Desegregation of Central High
Educators – click here for exhibit description, curriculum connections, and student activity suggestions.

“Days Like This”: President Clinton’s Public Diplomacy in Northern Ireland
Educators – click here for exhibit description, curriculum connections, and student activity suggestions.

Education Reform – Invest More, Demand More
Educators – click here for exhibit description, curriculum connections and student activity suggestions.

The Rock and Roll Beat: Musicians and White House Related Events
Educators – click here for exhibit description, curriculum connections, and student activity suggestions.