The following websites have been approved for use in the classroom by EDSITEment. Browse websites by subject area.
Located on the National Mall in Washington DC., this Smithsonian museum hosts a collection of over 30,000 artifacts that provide a record of the experiences and contributions of African Americans to our nation’s history and culture.
Features comprehensive virtual tours of the institution’s current exhibits. A timeline maps the history of the United States through artifacts that are in the museum’s collection. The “Our Story In History” link leads to information on the museum’s educational programming that includes several interactive activities. Both teachers and students may browse the site’s recommended reading list, either by century, or ethnic history.
This collection of free, authoritative source information about the history, politics, geography, and culture of the state of South Carolina is updated regularly to ensure that the contents are accurate and accessible. The editors are continually adding new entries, photographs, and maps, so check back frequently to see what's new.
Note: the orginal website is now defunct. The version linked here accessible via the Way Back Machine is incomplete but still gives valuable information from the original site.
The Stalin Project is a multi-media, interactive resource about Stalin and the Soviet people. This site includes text written by the top scholars in the field, a database of over 500 images, primary source documents, videos, lesson plans, and other interactive material.
The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, was designed from its inception (September 1995) as a dynamic reference work. In a dynamic reference work, each entry is maintained and kept up to date by an expert or group of experts in the field. All entries and updates are refereed by the members of a distinguished Editorial Board before they are made public.