World History (PBS)
PBS and WGBH Educational Foundation | Apr 21, 2021The resource offers videos, interactive media galleries, and “inquiry kits” with primary source documents.
Creating Accessible Learning Environments
Center for Teaching, Vanderbilt University | Oct 14, 2020This 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, 2020This 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, 2020This site chronicles centuries of women’s history in Maine’s most populous city.
The Avalon Project
Lillian Goldman Law Library, Yale University | Oct 3, 2020The 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, 2020The resource is a short teaching module with annotated source documents that can be used to trace the historical meaning of disability in the US.
Digital Scholarship Lab, University of Richmond | Sep 30, 2020The History Engine offers student-authored historical “episodes” of the U.S. past.
Maine Memory Network
Maine Historical Society | Sep 25, 2020The 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, 2020This assignment utilizes online exhibits at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History.