Documentary resources for the study of FDR and his Depression-era programs.
Links to resources concerning indigenous peoples from around the world.
The University of Washington Libraries major research databases and other resources for finding primary and secondary sources for Native American history.
Portraits in all media, and archives dedicated to the portraits of men and women who have made significant contributions to the history, development, and culture of the people of the United States.
Interactive exhibits on the history, arts, and culture of the Native Americans.
Working from the collection, the museum has many kinds of resources that it makes available. These include teacher workshops, videos for loan as well as online curriculum you can use in your classroom.
Cultural, educational, and informational resources for teaching geography and world history.
Official site of one of Britain’s most famous art galleries, with an educators section providing high-resolution zoomable pictures and more.
The site spans a wide variety of topics with in-depth studies, online tours, podcasts, and videos of artists, media, and movements from exhibits housed in the National Gallery of Art. Discover highlights of the National Gallery of Art collections with Your Art app for iPhone and iPod Touch.
Annotated guide to Shakespeare resources on the Internet, including links to primary texts, information on the Globe Theatre, and aspects of Shakespearean theatrical performance.