Virtual AHA

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Welcome to Virtual AHA, a series of online events including teaching forums, career development workshops, History Behind the Headlines webinars, National History Center programming, and more. Virtual AHA is not a virtual conference, but a continuous platform of online opportunities to bring together communities of historians, build professional relationships, discuss scholarship, and engage in professional and career development. 

Virtual AHA is free, and AHA membership is not required to participate.


Virtual AHA FAQ

Frequently asked questions about Virtual AHA.

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Virtual AHA FAQ

Resources & Guides

To ensure the best possible experience for everyone on Virtual AHA, we have established some basic policies and guidelines for participation.

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Resources & Guides

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Teaching and Learning Video Resources

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Teaching is an essential skill for any historian, and the AHA works hard to produce resources for those teaching at all career stages and at all levels of history. Our Teaching and Learning video resources include workshops on K-12 and undergraduate teaching, reflections from historians on globalizing their US survey courses, and sessions on issues of vital importance to history education such as learning outcomes, dual enrollment, and the transition from high school to college.

Teaching and Learning Video Resources