p>Over the course of his 45 years on WFMT radio in Chicago, Studs Terkel discussed every aspect of 20th-century life with movers, shakers, artists, and working folks.From civil rights to labor to jazz, Terkel’s work spanned an impressive array of topics and figures. These enchanting, historically significant interviews—which have been largely inaccessible to the public—will soon come to life in a new website hosting the comprehensive Studs Terkel Radio Archive.
Harvard University has launched the Colonial North American Project digitizing almost half a million items from its 17th- and 18th-century archives—the largest digitizing effort the university has ever undertaken.
Educators can collaborate and deliver lesson content to their touch-enabled Windows 10 devices with NetSupport School 12, offering genuine multi-platform support. Instructors can visually interact with, apply e-Safety controls to, and deliver assessments to any student desktop and BYOD technology across Windows, Chrome, iOS, and Android platforms.
Making a Change,
a learning module from Newseum Digital
Classroom, explores how the First Amendment shaped the civil rights
movement. Students can delve into hundreds of historical newspapers, videos,
photographs, and more to find out how the five freedoms empowered people
fighting for change—and those fighting against it.