The Civil War Augmented Reality Project – VERY COOL!
Causes of the American Civil War – 4: The Antebellum North
I was recently contacted by a group of history educators in Pennsylvania about The Civil War Augmented Reality Project. The team (see below or the “about” link for members) has provided the following concise description of the project: Our project, the Civil War Augmented Reality Project, is intended to enhance the experiences of visitors to […]
Fantastic Site – George Mason's Center for History and New Media
Continuing the series on the causes of the American Civil War, this post looks at the Antebellum North. The North evolved from its Puritan roots into a culture driven by a strong work ethic. A man was valued by what he could earn and accomplish. The capital of the north was invested in the engines […]
Today I discovered a remarkable site, George Mason University’s Center for History and New Media which you can access here. It’s really about exploring history using digital media. It has three broad sections. Teaching + Learning Research + Tools Collecting + Exhibiting Not only do I like the site’s premise but it makes available some […]