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Interactive Exhibit from the American Art Museum


Against the backdrop of the Great Depression, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt's administration created the Public Works of Art Program. [...] »

Bookmark This! History Sites on YouTube


History and art museums and archives join the YouTube communications field. [...] »

Bookmark This! Resources for Movie Friday


Internet sites with films for historical analysis and classroom presentation. [...] »

Join the Clearinghouse on Facebook and Twitter!


Get instant updates and share your comments on the Clearinghouse! [...] »

Another Kind of American Idol


Explore the history of America's most iconic image—the American flag. But remember: lip-syncing is not allowed! [...] »

2009 Horizon Report: Emerging Technologies in Higher Education


A discussion of six emerging technologies and their role in education. [...] »

Flickr Update: The Commons


The Commons encourages public response to museum collections. [...] »

Showcasing Student Work on the U.S. Constitution


Five students from Woodbridge High School in California took an in-depth look at the U.S. Constitution [...] »

Schools and Social Networking Tools


Schools are beginning to treat social networking tools as an essential part of preparing students for the 21st century. [...] »

 
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