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Documenting the American South

A highlight of DocSouth is that under the K-12 link, there are a variety of topics and information for teachers to use in the classroom.
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Primary Source: Educating Global Citizens

Such sources are indeed a superb addition to one’s class; unquestionably the materials on the Primary Source site can help enhance any class.
World War I era map of Europe

Historiana

In the current age of more and more digital learning, the e-learning activities are undoubtedly a brilliant way to achieve higher level thinking in the classroom.
Painting of a ship with a mosque in the background

Ottoman History Podcast

The podcast could serve as a useful tool for scholars of the Ottoman Empire to stay up-to-date on scholarship, for professors in other areas to broaden their knowledge of the Ottoman Empire and establish relevant connections, and for students to engage in analysis of “texts” beyond the written word.
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Historias: The Spanish History Podcast

The podcast could serve as a useful tool for Latin America experts to stay up-to-date on scholarship, for professors in other areas to broaden their knowledge of Latin America and establish relevant connections, and for students to engage in analysis of “texts” beyond the written word.
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Global Studies at Penn State

The Global Studies Center website hosted by Penn State strives to create a multi-disciplinary resource for educators and researchers.
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Newberry Library French Pamphlet Collection

Its thousands of documents provide users the opportunity to explore a critical period of French history and its global implications in high resolution.
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Louvre Museum Official Website

The site promotes careful attention to the many angles of understanding for each piece: its material qualities, the artist’s background and motivation, larger artistic trends of the period, and the local and global historical context.
Art from the Penn Museum collection called "Ram in the Thicket"

Digital Collections - Penn Museum

The digital collections of the Penn Museum are extensive and easily accessible through their online portal. Its written, visual, and audio sources invite many groups to explore world history by browsing its pieces.
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Digital Archive of Latin American and Caribbean Ephemera

The Digital Archive of Latin American and Caribbean Ephemera offers a valuable option for virtual research and exploration.

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