Digital Tools: Outfitting a Teacher's Arsenal May 5 2012Ensure technology serves history and not vice-versa. Find out how! [...] »
Crafting Digital StoriesMay 5 2012Don't just test students, allow them to create! Discover digital tools that help students share history knowledge. [...] »
KeepVidOct 10 2011Download and save videos from the web with this handy tool. Read on for instructions! [...] »
Surfing the Web Successfully Oct 10 2011Online searching got you down? Try using these tips and tricks in your next search. [...] »
Introducing Students to Interactive WhiteboardsJul 7 2011SMART boards are only as useful as you make them. [...] »
When Copyright Meets the ClassroomMay 5 2011Understanding fair use and public domain are key to navigating through the labyrinth of copyright law. [...] »
Primary and Secondary Sources through VideoMay 5 2011Can video help me teach about primary and secondary sources? [...] »
Just Blog About It! (Part 2) Mar 3 2011Everything you ever wanted to know about blogs, and more! [...] »
Just Blog About It! (Part 1) Mar 3 2011Everything you ever wanted to know about blogs, and more! [...] »
Finding a Speaker Willing to Use Digital Networks Mar 3 2011Bring history to life with Skype and other digital technologies. [...] »
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