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Watch videos and explore activities from Common Sense Media’s groundbreaking digital literacy and citizenship curriculum to learn how to thrive in today’s world of media and technology. Learn tips for a safe, secure, and appropriate online experience.
Teachers' Domain is a free online digital library of more than 4,000 standards-correlated digital resources designed for K-12 classrooms.
On January 1, 2013, Teachers’ Domain is expanding into PBS LearningMedia, a digital media platform that offers over four times the resources, including new content from the National Archives, Jim Henson, and much more.
Assume the role of a plant hunter in this image-rich interactive from The New York Botanical Garden. Explore 66 different types of plants, watch videos of botanists talking about plants, or test your knowledge with seven games that will take you from Beginning Botanist to Professional Plant Hunter.
The Living Room Candidate, funded through a grant from the Verizon Foundation, contains a comprehensive online collection of political television advertisements from every Presidential election since 1952. Explore this resource for a revealing look at American culture and the impact of media on the political landscape.
Explore. Discover. Learn. Take a journey over the last 100 years and understand the impact and influences of the NAACP. Organized around 10 historical milestones, the media-rich, interactive timeline provides context for some of the most significant events in history, interpreted through historic video, celebrity narration, interesting facts and photographs.
The University of Massachusetts Amherst is digitizing one of the most extraordinary collections documenting the 20th century African American experience: the Papers of W.E.B. Du Bois.
Teaching and learning materials about the Pentagon Memorial and September 11, 2001.
The Verizon Foundation is funding innovative education and technology programs at the new National Law Enforcement Museum in Washington, D.C. The planned facility will be the world's most comprehensive museum on law enforcement.