The following websites have been approved for use in the classroom by EDSITEment. Browse websites by subject area.
The Rijksmuseum is the largest museum in the Netherlands, and is internationally renowned for its exhibitions and publications and not only are these high quality products, but are also areas in which the museum extends the boundaries of scholarship and encourages new insights.
A companion site to the PBS series tracing American musical traditions along the Mississippi River.
The University of South Carolina marked the centenary of Robert Louis Stevenson's death in 1894 with a special exhibition illustrating his life and writing career. The original exhibit included most of Stevenson's first editions, the early magazine publication of Treasure Island and other adventure stories, and a full range of his travel writings, sensation fiction, and later Scottish novels. This online version includes additional materials not included in the original exhibit as well as links to other sites of interest.
Texts and contexts for the study of Byron, Keats, the Shelleys, and their contemporaries.
The Samuel Gompers Papers collects, annotates, and makes available, primary sources of American labor history. Founded by Stuart Kaufman in 1974, the project has published two microfilm series of union records and nine volumes of Gompers' papers.