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The NYCDOE recently purchased ebooks! Thirty-five of these ebooks are recently published titles by the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development (ASCD) that can be used for our professional learning. (The titles look awesome). There are an additional 55 titles on living environment, ancient history, law, religion and biology. The books are for student and classroom use as well. All educators are encouraged to use these materials to increase their own professional knowledge and expand your classroom libraries. Click the link below to access the Ebooks. Students can only access these materials when they are in school. Teachers will be provided with the remote password via email. It cannot be published publicly. CHECK THE EBooks OUT HERE.
CUNY DatabasesUSING PRIMARY SOURCES TO INCREASE STUDENT COLLEGE READINESSTHESE DATABASES ARE RICH WITH HISTORICAL PRIMARY SOURCES FROM MANY DIFFERENT TIME PERIODS IN HISTORY.THERE ARE ALSO DOCUMENTS THAT WILL INCREASE STUDENT AWARENESS ABOUT DIFFERENT POINTS OF VIEW ONMANY SUBJECTS FROM OTHER COUNTRIES.PASSWORD: nyc
Artemis Primary Sources is an integrated research environment that allows users to search across all of their Gale primary source collections. Artemis Primary Sources takes users beyond a simple search and retrieve workflow, allowing them to analyze content using frequency and term-relationship tools. Through intuitive subject-indexing users will discover new material even in the most familiar of content sets. Artemis Primary Sources will simultaneously search the five databases listed directly below it.
The newspapers and news pamphlets gathered by the Reverend Charles Burney (1757 - 1817) represent the largest single collection of 17th and 18th century English news media. The 700 or so bound volumes of newspapers and news pamphlets were published mostly in London, however there are also some English provincial, Irish and Scottish papers, and a few examples from the American colonies, Europe and India
Use Eighteenth Century Collections Online to access the digital images of every page of books published during the 18th Century. With full-text searching of millions of pages, the product allows researchers new methods of access to critical information in the fields of history, literature, religion, law, fine arts, science and more
A ground-breaking resource for 19th century studies, NCCO is a multi-year global digitization and publishing program focused on primary source collections of the "long" nineteenth century. Collections for this program are sourced through partnerships with major world libraries as well as specialist libraries, and content includes monographs, newspapers, pamphlets, manuscripts, ephemera, maps, statistics, and more.
The Economist Historical Archive ('EHA') is the fully searchable facsimile edition of The Economist, the weekly paper which is essential reading for anyone engaged in politics, current affairs and all aspects of business and trade worldwide. Containing every issue since its launch in 1843, EHA offers full-colour images, multiple search indexes, topic and area supplements and surveys. It is an unrivalled multidisciplinary primary source for researching and teaching the 19th and 20th centuries.
The Making of the Modern World provides digital facsimile images of unique primary sources that track the development of the modern, western world through the lens of trade and wealth. Full-text searching across millions of pages of works from the period 1450-1850 (and 1851-1914 in Part II) provides researchers unparalleled access to this vast collection of material for research in the areas of history, political science, social conditions, technology and industry, economics, area studies and more.
The largest and most ambitious project of its kind, this collection is devoted to the scholarly study and understanding of slavery from a multinational perspective. An unprecedented collection developed under the guidance of a board of scholars, it offers never before available research opportunities and endless teaching possibilities.