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David Hilton

Free Online Course Materials | Courses | MIT OpenCourseWare - 0 views

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    If you scroll down or click 'History' you'll see the History lecture podcasts offered by MIT. Personally, I use iTunes to subscribe to university lecture podcasts. My students find them invaluable for their research.
David Hilton

Internet Women's History Sourcebook - 1 views

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    Gotta love these Sourcebooks. Wonder when they'll do an Australian one...?
David Hilton

Documents Related to the History of International Relations, prior to 1914 - 0 views

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    A comprehensive list of links to documents on all periods of history, mainly focussed on the West. Seeings this links to all sorts of sites there will probably be a few dead links but it purports to link to documents and is maintained out of a university so should be useful for research and study.
David Hilton

TimeMaps Atlas of World History - 1 views

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    An excellent site for maps of civilisations of all time periods and regions. Easily usable - great for student research or developing classroom resources. Just save the images and Bob's your uncle!
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    Just checked this site out for Medieval History maps. The site is only in Beta phase at the moment and only covers up to the end of Ancient History. i.e. 500AD
David Hilton

StumbleUpon WebToolbar - Academic Earth - History - 0 views

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    Podcasts of lectures provided by academics at Yale. At the moment they only cover the ancient Greeks, the US Civil War and France after the mid-C19th, however it should grow over time. I think most of these can be subscribed to on iTunes.
David Hilton

Antiquity Journal - 0 views

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    This provides a database of archaeological sites currently under excavation, including images of artefacts and some historical information. You search by region and then get a list of sites currently being worked on, so it can be a bit time-consuming but would be excellent for student research.
David Hilton

Digital Archive of European Architecture - 0 views

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    This is a series of links focussing on images of architecture from a wide variety of regions and time periods maintained by Professor Jeffery Howe (Jeff to his mates) at Boston College.
David Hilton

Digital Librarian: Images - 0 views

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    A MASSIVE number of links to sites with images related to all areas and periods of history. You might need a spare week or two to go through all of them though. Gee, the internet's big!
David Hilton

SlideShare » Dewert's Slideshows - 0 views

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    There's a lot of rubbish on this site but some good stuff too if you're patient. This fella has some quality powerpoints for use in the classroom; I've found the Flow of History powerpoints better but still use these sometimes. Not sure if you can download them.
David Hilton

Best of History Web Sites - 4 views

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    A large and well-maintained collection of history source websites organised well under topics, regions and periods.
David Hilton

MacroHistory : World History - 0 views

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    I usually avoid adding online secondary sources (most of them are so cursory and unreliable, in my experience) but this one has some substantial information on obscure topics that students often struggle to get information on, such as Bronze Age Mesopotamia. They'll definitely need to be careful with some of the details though and corroborate any information they use.
Sol Hanna

Welcome - The Flow of History - 11 views

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    A great set of resources for teaching history. The kids love the flowcharts and the material is engaging. You buy them from www.teacherspayteachers.com for about 3 bucks each.
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    Flowcharts and power points describing what the website owner calls "the flow of history"-- a way to look at the causes and effects of history
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    A dynamic and graphic approach to teaching history.
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