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David Hilton

AbsoluteAstronomy.com - 2 views

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    Good for basic research or a lesson activity. Some of the articles looked alright. I'm not sure how the content is generated or if it's very reliable.
David Hilton

Flickr: Walters Art Museum Illuminated Manuscripts' Photostream - 4 views

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    Has nearly 80 images of medieval illuminated manuscripts and maps. Very beautiful.
David Hilton

History Section - 17 views

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    Has some nicely organised pages with information that might be good for student research. Or a teacher brushing up on a topic they're not that familiar with... (^)_(^)
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British Academy | PORTAL - Classical Antiquity - 8 views

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    A cornucopia of history sites that I got from the excellent NCSS History group. If I was a really diligent group member I would save them each individually. But I'm not.
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Open Directory - Society: History - 10 views

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    Pretty self-explanatory, really.
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Directory of Historical Resources - 9 views

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    Massive number of history sites.
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History Guide NG - 2 views

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    I'm being lazy. I've been going through and saving these sites individually but I'm sick of looking at them. I'll come back later and finish the job.
    There are heaps of sites there on ancient history.
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Education | The National Archives - 8 views

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    Great for primary sources on British history. They also have an active programme to connect with history teachers and have plenty of resources specifically for school history.
David Hilton

ODL - Digital Initatives at Oxford University - 1 views

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    I'm being lazy by saving such a large number of collections at once, however there's no other way for me to get through all of the sites I have sitting in my browser. I'll probably come back later and save them individually.
David Hilton

ULIB - 5 views

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    "Digital technology can make the works of man permanently accessible to the billions of people all over the world. Andrew Carnegie and other great philanthropists in past centuries have recognized the great potential of public libraries to improve the quality of life and provide opportunity to the citizenry. A universal digital library, widely available through free access on the Internet, will improve the global society in ways beyond measurement. The Internet can house a Universal Library that is free to the people."
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    Couldn't agree more. They reckon their collection will grow to over 10 million texts. An electronic Alexandria. It's the ability to sort the wheat from the chaff that makes Diigo such a powerful tool. Especially now it looks so sexy!
David Hilton

VoS: Voice of the Shuttle - 1 views

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    There is a plethora of links here to valuable online source sites as well as a few dead links. Also covers topics outside of history.
David Hilton

CARRIE: An Electronic Library - 5 views

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    Collections focussing mainly on medieval and early C20th European history in the US and Europe.
David Hilton

Literary Resources on the Net (Lynch) - 2 views

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    Organised around time periods and themes and maintained by Jack Lynch at Rutgers University.
David Hilton

[OTA] - 2 views

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    This is quite unusual. You select which text you wish to read and then submit your email address. They then email you a link where you can download the text. I tried one and only received a small amount of text, however the other ones might be more substantial.
David Hilton

Digital Collections at Columbia - 0 views

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    An excellent set of digital source collections run by Columbia Uni. I've been meaning to save all these collections individually but it's such a massive task that I'm just saving the root pages of the collections. If you have a look through these you'll find some gems. And if you save them to the group you will have my undying affection (just please use the same tagging standards - it keeps the information findable).
David Hilton

High School World History: Resources for Students, Teachers and Parents - 1 views

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    Contains a few useful links and is often updated so will just get better and better! (Please forgive my cheerfulness - holidays just started).
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Schedule - History of Western Civilization - 4 views

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    There seems to be an increasing tendency to put uni courses online and publicly available. How awesome!
David Hilton

eBooks@Adelaide: Free Web Books, Online - 0 views

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    An excellent collection of public domain ebooks run out of the University of Adelaide, focussing on literature, philosophy, science and the queen of all subjects, History. She deserves a capital.
David Hilton

World Studies Teaching and Learning Resources - 0 views

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    Materials that might be useful for geography and foreign language instruction as much as historical research.
David Hilton

resourcesforhistoryteachers - home - 5 views

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    An excellent reference point for teachers and students of History. The resources and sources are organised around grade levels (based on the Massachusetts curriculum) and contain primary sources as well as historical descriptions. Worth joining up!
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    A useful resource for history teachers to find multimedia tools.
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