Human Legacy – World History Textbook
AllAfrica.com will allow one to search for the latest news coming out of the second largest continent. One could search for stories by region, topic, or top headlines. The sources of 90% of the articles are from within the continent (Definitely a welcomed perspective).
Are you struggling to find a topic worth writing about? Maybe you found the topic, but you feel your paper will be stuck in “4th grade report” status. Visit the site below from the University of Toronto and read the advice under the heading: Asking a Good Historical Question; Or, How to Develop a Manageable Topic. These tips can help kick start the process of writing engaging, historical analysis.
“In class, someone asked about map game websites. If they still If they still want to know, I’d suggest these two. The first one I use to learn the countries, and the second one I use to test my spelling.” -Izzy
“Hi Starace, I found this website that has geography quizzes… I haven’t looked into it too much so I’m not sure that it would be helpful for Latin America but I used the one for Africa to study and I think it helped. Anyway here it is.” -Natalie
Much like Questia, this portal will allow you to access online scholarly journals, magazine and newspaper articles. The best part is that access is free with a library card. The link will take you directly to the log-in page.
If you are a fan of History, this Podcast is for you. You can check out different episodes on the website or subscribe to the series in iTunes. They are great to listen to on long car rides or while doing chores (which my significant other makes me do).