The Digital Paxton will aggregate, annotate, and contextualize pamphlets and political cartoons related to the Paxton Boys uprising and its aftermath in eighteenth century Pennsylvania.
This peer-reviewed blog spotlights important work in the field of K-16 Writing Education, circulates information about educational policy, and builds relationships between classrooms.
This digital map shows how the postal map expanded unevenly beyond and within the nation’s borders between 1778 and 1878.
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.
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