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AgFuse

Think Facebook, but specific to farmers. Founded by Pat Rogers, a family farmer in South Carolina, AgFuse fills the need for a convenient platform to share agricultural knowledge. Like any other social platform, AgFuse is designed for connection, with the ability to tailor one's feed based on location and interests. Interested readers will be welcomed into a network of more than 5,000...

https://agfuse.com
Milwaukee Art Museum: Teacher Resources

This Teacher Resources section of the Milwaukee Art Museum (MAM) website provides a selection of materials designed primarily for K-12 teachers, but also of interest to anyone involved in teaching both formally and informally. As a bonus, many of the resources can be used in online learning environments. Several types of materials exist, including some curated to align with works of art from the...

http://teachers.mam.org
Open Pedagogy Notebook

Educators engaged in open pedagogy, or interested in becoming more engaged in the process of bringing open educational resources (OER) to their classrooms, may want to explore the Open Pedagogy Notebook. Here, visitors will find a great introduction to open pedagogy principles and examples of open pedagogy in practice. Participation is one of the pillars of OER, and the Open Pedagogy Notebook puts...

http://openpedagogy.org
Social Distancing in the Time of Memes

Memes may often be lighthearted graphics and jokes, but sometimes they represent something deeper, as a "succinct and poignant storyteller about our shared assumptions about people and society during these uncertain times." As for uncertain times, COVID-19 certainly fits the bill. As schools, businesses, and society adapted in light of the pandemic, individuals searched for respites of connection...

https://sdmemes.mystrikingly.com
People Not Property: Stories of Slavery in the Colonial North

As an "interactive documentary" and teaching tool, People Not Property: Stories of Slavery in the Colonial North describes the history of Northern colonial enslavement. The horrific history of slavery is often focused on the South, and, as this project highlights, "erasing northern slavery from textbooks compounded the injustice." Produced by Historic Hudson Valley, a New York-based nonprofit...

https://peoplenotproperty.hudsonvalley.org