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Digital Tools: Outfitting a Teacher's Arsenal

May 5 2012
Ensure technology serves history and not vice-versa. Find out how! [...] »

Surfing the Web Successfully

Oct 10 2011
Online searching got you down? Try using these tips and tricks in your next search. [...] »

When Copyright Meets the Classroom

May 5 2011
Understanding fair use and public domain are key to navigating through the labyrinth of copyright law. [...] »

Just Blog About It! (Part 2)

Mar 3 2011
Everything you ever wanted to know about blogs, and more! [...] »

Just Blog About It! (Part 1)

Mar 3 2011
Everything you ever wanted to know about blogs, and more! [...] »

Understanding and Appreciating World War II Veterans

Nov 11 2010
Immerse your students in World War II battles, veterans, and services for Veteran's Day projects with these handy websites. [...] »

History and New Media

Jul 7 2010
New media tools—invaluable resources or menaces of the digital age? [...] »

Using the Web to Learn Research and Presentation Skills

Jul 7 2010
Direct your students through the historical research process with these digital resources. [...] »

Beyond Google Searching

Jun 6 2010
Google is great, but not always applicable to the history classroom. Discover a whole new world of academic online searching. [...] »

Is the Internet a Reliable Source for History Content?

May 5 2010
Encourage students to think critically about website content by introducing evaluation criteria and rubrics. [...] »

 
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