Disability

  • World History (PBS)

    PBS and WGBH Educational Foundation | Apr 21, 2021

    The resource offers videos, interactive media galleries, and “inquiry kits” with primary source documents.
  • Creating Accessible Learning Environments

    Center for Teaching, Vanderbilt University | Oct 14, 2020

    This guide is designed to help educators create inclusive and accessible higher education classrooms—beyond accommodation—for a range of students with disabilities.
  • All of Us

    Disability History Association | Oct 9, 2020

    This site offers resources for instructors and graduate students in disability history, the site links to the fully accessible Helen...
  • Portland Women's History Trail

    Eileen Eagan, University of Southern Maine | Oct 4, 2020

    This site chronicles centuries of women’s history in Maine’s most populous city.  

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  • The Avalon Project

    Lillian Goldman Law Library, Yale University | Oct 3, 2020

    The source is an extensive digital archive of primary sources and supporting documents relevant to the fields of law, history, economics, politics, diplomacy, and government.
  • Children and Disability

    Philip L. Safford | Oct 1, 2020

    The resource is a short teaching module with annotated source documents that can be used to trace the historical meaning of disability in the US.
  • History Engine

    Digital Scholarship Lab, University of Richmond | Sep 30, 2020

    The History Engine offers student-authored historical “episodes” of the U.S. past. 
  • Maine Memory Network

    Maine Historical Society | Sep 25, 2020

    The Maine Memory Network provides access to thousands of historical items belonging to over 270 organizations from across Maine.
  • Virtual Public History Adventure

    Katherine Sharp Landdeck, Texas Woman's University | Sep 24, 2020

    This assignment utilizes online exhibits at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History. 
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