The site also permits the public to submit creative works such as stories, poems, videos, and photos-anything that can be transmitted electronically-to be considered for addition to the LC's permanent collection. myLOC, the free companion website to the Library of Congress Experience, is the site most likely to be used in a school setting. myLOC enables users to experience a vicarious visit to the LC's current exhibits through a host of multimedia presentations. The myLOC site also offers lesson plans related to selected documents and realia, a Select and Store feature to help users identify items in the collection for future use, as well as related readings and websites for additional study. The final exhibition at the time of this review, the Library of Congress Bible Collection, offers an opportunity to view the handwritten Giant Bible of Mainz and the printed Gutenberg Bible, as well as 16 selected bibles from the LC's collection.