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During the nineteenth century, Cornell University was sometimes called the "Godless University." In contrast to most other colleges and universities of the time, Cornell was not affiliated with any church or religious group. The university did, however, collect an impressive archive of materials related to religion throughout the United States and around the world. Today, the Cornell University...

http://rmc.library.cornell.edu/godsandscholars/exhibition/in...
View Resource Countdown App Screenshot

Whether you have an event you are excitedly waiting for or a deadline you want to be sure to remember, the Countdown App may be for you. Created by Time and Date, a Norwegian company that produces numerous calendar related tools and phone applications, Countdown is a relatively straightforward tool. Users simply enter an event along with a date and time, and Countdown will reveal the days,...

https://www.timeanddate.com/ios/countdown
View Resource NYPL: Stereogranimator Screenshot

Stereoscopy was once a popular way to create the illusion of a three-dimensional image. Especially prevalent in the nineteenth century, stereoscopy involves viewing two photographs simultaneously through a device called a stereoscope. The New York Public Library (NYPL) has recently brought Stereoscopy into the twenty-first century with the Stereogranimator. This tool allows users to create their...

http://stereo.nypl.org
View Resource 1917. Free History Screenshot

Have you ever wondered what it would be like if Tsar Nicholas II, Vladimir Lenin, and Grigori Rasputin had access to social media during the Russian Revolution of 1917? A team of Russian writers, artists, and software developers, with the support from the State Archive of Russian Federation, the Russian State Archive of Literature and Art, and a number of other museums and institutions, have...

https://project1917.com
View Resource Mandoberlin: Lesson Hub Screenshot

From professional mandolinist Brian Oberlin, comes this website dedicated to the stringed instrument heard in numerous classical, traditional, and folk songs. Oberlin teaches a series of mandolin workshops and lessons in his home state of Oregon, but mandolin teachers and students anywhere in the world can download a number of printable resources from this online lesson hub. Here, visitors will...

http://www.mandoberlin.com/lesson-hub.php

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