Virtual Field Trip
Digital Archaeological Archive of Comparative Slavery
Thomas Jefferson Foundation | Apr 26, 2021The resource expands understanding of enslaved Africans and their descendants living in the Chesapeake, Carolinas, and Caribbean during the colonial and antebellum eras.
Virtual Tours of Monticello
Thomas Jefferson Foundation | Apr 23, 2021The resource offers teachers and students different tour options, including 360-degree unguided tours, Google street view unguided tours, and virtual field trips (by arrangement).
Colonial North America at Harvard Library
Harvard Library, Harvard University | Apr 22, 2021The resource is an ongoing, multi-year project designed to make available approximately 650,000 digitized pages of the institution’s 17th- and 18th-century North American materials.
Benjamin Franklin’s American Enlightenment
The American Philosophical Society; National Endowment for the Humanities | Dec 9, 2020This resource enhances understandings of the importance of science and scientific learning in the 18th and 19th centuries.
Learn about the Viking Age
The Vikingeskibsmuseet, Denmark | Nov 22, 2020he source is part of the Vikingeskibsmuseet (Viking and Ship Museum) in Denmark.
University of Rochester; University of Ghana | Oct 21, 2020The site offers a look into Ghana's cultural heritage buildings made available through the use of archeology, cartography (GIS), and digital modeling.
Alexander Palace Time Machine
Bob Atchinson | Oct 15, 2020The resource offers a wealth of resources on the Alexander Palace (home of the last tsar), the Romanovs, and Russian history.
The World of the Habsburgs
Franz X. Eder, Karl Vocelka, Josef Köstlbauer, & Martin Gasteiner, University of Vienna | Oct 14, 2020The site presents the representatives of the Habsburg family and the places, sites and buildings associated with them.
Slavery in the President's Neighborhood
White House Historical Association | Sep 22, 2020This site explores the complicated past and the paradoxical relationship between slavery and freedom in the US capital.
David Trowbridge, Marshall University | Sep 14, 2020Clio is an educational website and mobile application built by scholars for public benefit, as well as a collaborative research, interpretation, and map-building project.