This no-frills website makes available a collection of public domain and copy-permitted historical texts for educational use.
The Oxford Outremer Map Project reanimates a neglected but immensely important medieval artifact with digital tools.
The French of Outremer Website allows users to explore the French-language sources coming from the Outremer, “the land across the sea,” by source type or by locale.
These maps provide a way of understanding the places medieval Italians described and imagined when they chose to write in French.
The French of Italy Website illuminates medieval French texts written by Italian-speaking authors or in Italian-speaking locations.
The French of England Website is the definitive online resource for French materials written in and circulating through England in the medieval era.
DigitalHudson showcases a vast array of materials from the river’s long cultural history: artistic renderings and written accounts are put in conversation with economic and scientific records to bring the river to life.
ALL-ED provides instructional routines and tools used in planning and in practice that promote student autonomy and group learning as a means to sustain differentiated instruction.
Project REACH is a digital teaching platform that both furthers and evaluates the development of instructional competencies of teacher candidates