1930 Brazilian Revolution
Jabzy, Three Minute History | Apr 6, 2021The resource is a short video that examines the end of Brazil’s first republic and “coffee-with-milk” politics.
Conferencing the International
Dr Benjamin Thorpe, based on the archival research of Prof Stephen Legg, as part of the AHRC-funded "Conferencing the International" project | Mar 31, 2021The resource offers a study of the failed India Round Table Talks (London, 1930-1932).
How to Teach Remotely
Sam Kary | Mar 29, 2021The resource offers a strategic plan to create a structured, engaging, rigorous, community-oriented learning experience when teaching remotely.
African Studies Center, Michigan State University | Mar 29, 2021The resource provides primary source materials, chronological narrative units, and curriculum ideas for teaching high school and undergraduate students about the...
Guggenheim Museum | Mar 24, 2021The resource offers educator resources that spark historical thinking through art.
Being “Present” in Your Online Course
University of California, Davis | Mar 23, 2021The resource offers strategies and multiple links to resources on humanizing and managing online courses.
Dorr Rebellion Project Website
Erik J. Chaput and Christiane Marie Landry, Providence College | Mar 22, 2021This site includes a short-form documentary, images, lesson plans, a database of letters, and links to articles and educational materials...
Harold B. Lee Library, Brigham Young University | Feb 4, 2021The resource contains primary sources on Belgium, Luxembourg, and The Netherlands.
Filipino American Contributions to the Farm Labor Movement
HSS Framework, the Content, Literacy, Inquiry, and Citizenship (CLIC) Project through funding from the California Department of Education | Feb 2, 2021The resource highlights the experiences of Filipino Americans in California.