History Resources

To share ideas, links, developments and challenges between history teachers in order to develop excellence and innovation in the teaching of history.

Location: Brisbane, Australia
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Latest Activity: Jan 15, 2013

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Discussion Forum

Some resources I've found recently...

Started by Jarred Stewart Mar 15, 2012. 0 Replies

How to use resources in the classroom?

Started by Bruno Leal. Last reply by J Mar 1, 2010. 1 Reply

Sharing links and resources

Started by David Hilton. Last reply by Dan Greenberg Jun 8, 2009. 3 Replies

Diigo History Teachers Bookmarks

Hammurabi's Code: What Does It Tell Us About Old Babylonia? | EDSITEment


  • "Hammurabi's Code: What Does It Tell Us About Old Babylonia?" - Nate Merrill

Tags: mesopotamia, history, ancient, Civilizations, education, code

by: Nate Merrill

History Ebooks - Explaining History Ebooks: The 20th Century In 100 Short Chapters


  • Check out our new Explaining History video channel on YouTube, featuring advice, study skills, theory and further exploration of 20th Century themes. Click here for more Welcome to Explaining History:20th Century history ebooks for Kindle and iBooks, Kobo and more From the very origins of the communism, in the radicalised European working class movements of the late 19th Century, a vast an complex ideological movement that would eventually dominate much of humanity a century later emerged. - David Hilton

Tags: no_tag

by: Cindy Marston

Made from History


  • The site features picture essays, timelines, videos, and interactive guides to significant events in European and World history. Made From History is divided into four sections; WWI, WWII, Civil Rights, and Referenced Blog - Mark Pilson

Tags: history, WWII, WWI, resources, civil_rights, timeline, video

by: Mark Pilson

5 Documents that Changed the World


  • - Carrie Wible

Tags: europe, america, c19th, c20th, c18th, c17th, c16th, c15th

by: Carrie Wible

Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media


  • This site has links to websites with primary sources on european, american, military and women's history (among others). - David Hilton

Tags: history, research, technology, education, media, newmedia, culture, academic

by: Nate Merrill

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Comment by Joseph Ferreira on January 19, 2011 at 10:36am
As senior co-editor of H-High-S, the pre-collegiate network of H-Net: Humanities and Social Sciences On-Line, I would like to invite any member of this group to join H-High-S for free to participate in a large and growing community of professionals sharing ideas on teaching & resources in history.  Co-editor Michael Hutchison and I are working on trial demos of the new Web 2.0/3.0 platform (Drupal) that H-Net is looking to merge its listserv-based networks with to take H-Net into a more interactive resource for pre-collegiate history & social science educators globally.  Feel free to e-mail me at with any questions.

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