By the People Transcription Campaigns
Library of Congress | May 28, 2021The resource invites the public to transcribe, review, and tag digitized pages from Library of Congress collections.
Smithsonian Digital Volunteers
Smithsonian Institution | May 27, 2021The resource invites the public to explore materials held within the Smithsonian and to play a part in making those collections more accessible.
Georgian Papers Programme
King's College London; Royal Collection Trust; Omohundro Institute of Early American History & Culture; William & Mary | May 27, 2021The resource is a ten-year interdisciplinary project to digitize, conserve, catalogue, transcribe, interpret, and disseminate 425,000 pages or 65,000 items in...
Digital Commonwealth — Massachusetts Collections Online
Boston Public Library | May 26, 2021The resource provides access to thousands of Massachusetts and New England images, documents, and sound recordings that have been digitized by more than 180 member institutions.
Dictionary of Canadian Biography
University of Toronto, Université Laval, Canadian Museum of History, Government of Canada | May 24, 2021The resource is a staple of Canadian historical research.
Digital Library of Latin American Heritage
Asociación de Bibliotecas Nacionales de Iberoamérica (ABINIA) | May 20, 2021The resource provides access to the digital resources of some 20 participating libraries in Latin America, Spain, and Portugal.
The Historic New Orleans Collection
The Historic New Orleans Collection | May 14, 2021The resource offers educators the means to engage through a pre-scheduled group virtual field trip or a one-on-one customized virtual field trip.
BackStory with the American History Guys
Ed Ayers, Brian Balogh, Nathan Connolly, Joanne Freeman, Peter Onuf, and Virginia Humanities | May 13, 2021The resource explores various facets of American History through podcasts and blogs that provide deep historical context for the episodes' topics.
Museum of History and Holocaust Education
Kennesaw State University | May 13, 2021The resource has various tools to help K-12 and university teachers deliver course content and activities on WWII and Holocaust history.
National Humanities Center | May 12, 2021The resource revolves around three themes: Divining America--Religion in American History, Nature Transformed—The Environment in American History, Freedom’s Story—Teaching African American Literature and History.