An open educational resource with peer-reviewed content for world and global history teachers, scholars, and students. This website provides more than 1,700 annotated primary sources, 100 teaching guides, 30 overviews of methods and approaches, and 250 website reviews. To learn more, consult this guide to using the site.
COLLAGE The London Picture Archive
Painting of a group drinking around a table
The International Children's Digital Library
Logo of the International Children's Digital Library abstractly showing an open book with a children running across the cover
Environmental Activism in the Soviet Union
Carlisle Indian School Students
The Indochina War
The Digitally Encoded Census Information and Mapping Archive
Primary Source: Educating Global Citizens
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Beijing Silvermine
Philippine Photographs Digital Archive
Two Lenins (profile)
Recycled Wire Toy Truck, Uganda
Thumbnail of a boy playing with a toy truck
Ivory Doll
People with a History: An Online Guide to Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Trans* History
A pink triangle
Allegory of Truth
Egyptian Ramadan Lanterns
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