1. Joshua Bill, 2012 National History Teacher of the Year


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    Joshua Bill is the 2012 National History Teacher of the Year. Get to know Mr. Bill and some of his colleagues at Waukegan High School, in Waukegan, Illinois, where his work with students has made…

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    • Anthony Shadid


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      Getting the Story Right - Anthony Shadid on Scholarship and Journalism of the Middle East. On the sad occasion of Anthony Shadid’s death yesterday in Syria, we at New York University felt compelled…

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      • Progress of Transportation in Ohio and the West


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        Video to accompany a lesson plan of the same name. The lesson is availble at: http://hti.osu.edu/connect/transportation_Ohio_and_West The video and lesson were created by participants in _Connecting…

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        • National Archives' Digital Vaults | screencast tutorial


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          Screencast by Richard Byrne, School Library Journal's Cool Tools columnist. For the complete article and more tips using technology in the classroom, visit http://www.thedigitalshift.com/category/opinion/cool-tools/.

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          • Sweet Primary Sources


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            A "theme song" for the Library of Congress, developed by Joyce Kasman Valenza and produced by Ian Brunell, Springfield Township High School, Erdenheim, PA. For Library Advocacy Day Sources for images…

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            • World Book


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              PPLD gives you free access to the World Book encyclopedia sites where you can quickly find articles, primary sources, photos, videos, eBooks, and more.

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              • Salman Rushie and Suketu Mehta at NYU Journalism


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                Salman Rushie and Suketu Mehta discuss the proposed mosque in lower Manhattan. Full conversation available soon at http://nyuprimarysources.org

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                • Time Travel 101: Writing with Primary Sources


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                  What are primary sources? How are they different from secondary or tertiary sources? How are they used in writing history? In writing fiction? This learning module, suitable for middle and high-school…

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                  • Making Documentaries


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                    Spike Lee and James McBride talk about humanizing Nazis, racism during WWII and how authors and filmmakers deal with criticism. Acclaimed filmmaker Lee is a graduate of NYU's Tisch School of the Arts;…

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                    • Yvonne Latty and Soledad O'Brien: On Identity


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