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The History Guide

The History Guide

According to Textbook Revolution, "This site is actually the equivalent to three books on different areas of European History (see author’s description below). The material appears to be complete and reasonably well-written, and there are plenty of extras—lots and lots of links, an entertaining collection of quotes called <a href="">What is History?</a>, and more. While the content may be good, the navigation is lacking a little. To get from one lecture (equivalent to a chapter) to the next, you have to go back to the table of contents then select the next one. There’s also no search feature or index, although each book does have a pretty thorough site map separate from the table of contents. Navigation aside, there’s no reason these books couldn’t be... Show More


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Erin Littlepage
Erin Littlepage (Faculty)
7 years ago

I currently use this resource to supplement my Western Civilizations textbook.

8 years ago

A clearly valuable asset to any on line history class. Especially rich in information and certainly helpful to those teaching ancient history.

Used in course? Yes