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Online classes, primary sources, and human beings

  • Our online class, Internet in the Curriculum, begins Wednesday.  The number of people who have asked about the class doesn’t equal the number of people registered.  If you are planning on taking the class, please register ASAP.  If you have questions about the class let me know.
  • World History of Us All is a comprehensive curriculum for middle and high school world history.  The site contains units, lessons, activities, and resources.
  • Search through history using Google News Archive Search  which allows you to search and explore historical archives.
  • The Internet History Sourcebooks Project is a collection of public domain and copy-permitted historical texts presented cleanly (without advertising or excessive layout) for educational use.
  • The Center for History and New Media contains a host of primary source documents, digital recordings, images, and more.
  • I don’t know where this fits into the curriculum, but it’s still a good site for you to know about.  The gethuman web site contains phone numbers and specific instructions on how to bypass the electronic phone systems of major companies and speak directly to a human being.  Imagine that…

2 Responses

  1. GetHuman is good, but you may also visit http://www.nophonetrees.com. It takes the idea to the next level.

  2. Very nice, Greg. Thanks for the info!

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