You can add some words from the professor here. You have some choices as to size, color, and font.
You can also add a picture (this one's of actress Maureen Anderman in costume
as Sara in Edward Albee's play Seascape. It's from our archives.)
Getting Started with the Constitution
Library of Congress. United States Constitution: Texts, Commentaries, Historical Texts and Judicial Decisions, https://www.loc.gov/law/help/guide/federal/usconst.php
The National Archives. America’s Founding Documents: The Constitution of the United States. https://www.archives.gov/founding-docs/constitution
The Supreme Court & the Constitution
Findlaw. https://lp.findlaw.com/ provides full-text access to Supreme court cases, other court cases, contracts on file in courts about the United States and articles about the law by lawyers (not necessarily as researched as those in other websites, but by knowledgeable people capable of argument from evidence and interest in the practical issues the law presents.
Oyez, https://www.oyez.org/, co-sponsored by the Legal Information Institute of Cornell University, Cornell Law School, Justia (an online platform that provides access to information about law and lawyers), and the Illinois Institute of Technology Chicago-Kent College of Law, provides full-text access to Supreme Court cases going back to the beginning, biographies of justices, and commentary on oral argument.
Supreme Court of the United States, https://www.supremecourt.gov/, explains the workings of the modern court and provides information about cases under consideration (“on the docket”) and recently decided. It also links to the bound volumes that form the official records of the court for the period 1991 to 2013.
The Presidents and the Constitution
John Woolley and Gerhard Peters. The American Presidency Project, https://www.presidency.ucsb.edu/. It can take some practice to set up a good search of this website, but you can find all sorts of presidential documents, from George Washington to Donald Trump, and do a subject search for their words on the constitutional issues of their day.