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Karen Kaemmerling History stuff

by Karen Kaemmerling
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Description:

A variety of useful resources to share with students and instructors teaching fully online history courses.

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1.

Edo Japan, A Virtual Tour


Added 08/07/2012

Some what flat interactive story telling.  Could be used in World History Course.

2.

History Matters:The U.S. Survey Course on the Web


Added 08/07/2012

Many great resources to share with colleagues and students particularly the making sense of evidence section.  This section makes the site useful across the discipline.

3.

Not for Ourselves Alone: The Story of Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony


Added 08/07/2012

Had used this one before with 10 year old daughter for project.  Very useful for all ages.  PBS good site overall.

4.

The Story of Stuff: The Crisis of Unsustainable Consumerism


Added 08/07/2012

Good for several history, economics, and political science courses.

5.

Anthony Giddens Lecture on Globalization


Added 08/07/2012

Got to take a look at this when I have more time for economics courses.

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