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Inside Journal

From "hope lost...[to] hope found again," Inside Journal offers a safe space to share the spectrum of emotions experienced by people around the world as we navigate COVID-19. The project recognizes that journaling can help process and preserve these complex emotions and invites contributors and readers to "share feelings, learn from one another, and put our creative minds to work." Those...

https://insidejournal.co/
BrowserWatch

The goal of the BrowserWatch site is to keep you current on the newest developments in Web browsers. It contains a news section offering a variety of newsgroup postings about the latest in browsers; the BrowserWatch Browser Listing, with over 60 browsers, platforms supported, and links to their sites; a "Plug-in Plaza", with a list of plug-ins, their availability by platform, what they do, and...

https://www.browser-watch.com/
British Library: Oral History

Driven by the principle that "oral history recordings provide valuable first-hand testimony of the past," British Library Sounds collects thousands of recordings from across the globe. The recordings are cataloged in various formats, from the interactive Sound Maps (featured in the 08-23-2013 Scout Report) to the Oral History section highlighted here. The Oral History collection seeks to "provide...

https://sounds.bl.uk/Oral-history
Storytelling: Oral Traditions

Storytelling: Oral Traditions is perfect for upper-elementary or middle school educators looking to explore the ways stories shape cultures and spark creativity. This lesson plan, part of a four-part curriculum on storytelling from PBS LearningMedia, highlights the "diverse nature and form of narratives." Designed to last one or two class periods, the plan is divided into two parts: What Makes a...

https://wisconsin.pbslearningmedia.org/resource/echo07.lan.s...
Centre of South Asian Studies Archive: Audio

From the University of Cambridge's Centre of South Asian Studies comes this audio archive of "oral history sound recordings." The collection, which is currently being digitized by the Centre, features more than 100 recordings available for users to search and enjoy. From political leaders to journalists to educators, the collection houses reflections of individuals who witnessed and shaped...

https://www.s-asian.cam.ac.uk/archive/audio/