The home page of this website is overflowing with information. Frankly, a bit overwhelming. Meanwhile, I stumbled upon this Interactive Exhibits page and decided it was worth a mention. It's interesting, educational, and fun to use. In addition, it includes a bunch of primary sources.
The page is split up into 10 interactive web exhibits, so even this one page gives you a lot of different directions you can go. Keep it simple and try one or two. For example, take a look at what was going on in the world with the JFK interactive timeline or check out "World on the Brink" for a look and listen to documents and audio from 13 days in October 1962 during the Cuban Missile Crisis.
For a look inside the Oval Office check out "The President's Desk." From behind the desk you will see a number of clickable glowing items of interest. These include family photographs, presidential correspondence, various sound recordings, the White House diary, knick knacks, JFK campaign films and other campaign materials, and much more. I'd suggest using sound if possible. If you like history or remember these events prepare to lose some time exploring!
Review by Nate Martin, SWC Librarian