Welcome to the newest page on Teaching History with Technology. Each month we will feature a new web tool, website or resource that can be integrated into the classroom. Be sure to visit often and complete the form below if you know of a resource that should be featured on the page.
This post by Jennifer Carey first appeared on Daily Genius.
If you’re unfamiliar with Google Books, it is a repository of books that Google has scanned and published digitally using Optical Character Recognition (OCR); this means that you can search for words within a book itself. Depending on copyright status, books can be offered in complete form, in snippets, or available for purchase or loan from a library. Due to a recent legal ruling, you are about to hear a lot more about this service as it will no doubt be more broadly expanded and dispersed in the public forum.
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Previous Resources of the Month
United Nations History Project http://www.unhistoryproject.org/
Infuse Learning: http://www.infuselearning.com/