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Datawrapper is a chart, graph, and map-making tool designed specifically to help journalists create clear, aesthetically appealing visuals. However, this tool is also useful for anyone looking to publish or embed data visualizations easily. Data may be added by either copying and pasting a Microsoft Excel document or by uploading a Comma-Separated Values (CSV) file. Next, Datawrapper instantly...

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Nineteenth-Century Disability: Cultures and Contexts presents primary texts and images on both cognitive and physical disability between the years 1780 and 1914. Authored by over 20 scholars of disability studies, the site includes detailed annotations of over 60 texts and artifacts. These items range from medical instruments (such as an 18th century hearing aide) to literature, both famous (Jane...

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STEM Teaching Tools, maintained by the University of Washington's Institute for Science + Math Education, is designed to help STEM educators develop a toolbox of instructional approaches that meet the Next Generation Science Standards. In the Tools Section of the website, educators can browse a number of Practice Briefs addressing common educator questions and topics. Some questions include "How...

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Somewhere you might have a treasured store of old family photos and letters left from your parents or grandparents. We treasure these memories of loved ones, which are often passed down through generations. But increasingly, we rely on digital tools and resources to safe keep our memories on a blog, our photos on a smart phone, or our correspondence in email. How can we ensure that these memories...

http://www.digitalpreservation.gov/personalarchiving
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Maps can serve multiple purposes; one can use maps to chart the top mountain biking trails in America, keep track of upcoming events, or help plan a family trip. Mapme can be used for all of these purposes. After creating a free account, users will find two different formats to explore, Mapme Story and Mapme Classic. Mapme Story allows users to integrate maps, text, images, and videos in order to...

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