King Center offers extensive digital archive or MLK
ORLANDO, Fla. (WOFL FOX 35 ORLANDO) -
Students at Evans High School are getting the chance to experience a new Martin Luther King Jr. exhibit unlike any others before.
It's almost completely digital. Dr. King's speeches, photographs and even his notes are all available to be viewed up close and personal, or even online.
Students from universities across the globe, JP Morgan Chase and a handful of other organizations worked to create the exhibit for more than two years. Organizers said the new-age exhibit is an example of how to keep learning interesting.
"One of the most important things we can do in education is to make it relative, make our students become excited about learning and that is exactly what this exhibit does," said Jenny Gibson-Linkh, Evans High School principal.