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View Resource The Atlantic: Visual Histories

Some histories are best explored through a visual medium, such as the history of hairstyles and house design. The Atlantic offers this series of short animated films dedicated to such histories. For instance, in "Here to There: An Animated History of Transportation," visitors can explore forms of transportation ranging from the year 8,000 BCE (the canoe) through the present day. Along the way,...

View Resource Dominion of the North: Literary and Print Culture in Canada

Librarian Agatha Barc of Victoria University in the University of Toronto has created this online exhibit dedicated to Canadian literature and print culture. This online exhibit accompanies a physical exhibit of the same title, which was on display at the university's E.J. Pratt Library in late 2017. This online exhibit consists of seven sections, including "Early and Rare Canadiana," "First...

View Resource Exploring the Manly Local Studies Image Library

The Manly Local Studies Image Library is home to thousands of photographs that document Manly, New South Wales, Australia during the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. For readers interested in exploring these photographs, Mitchell Whitelaw created Exploring the Manly Local Studies Image Library: a unique interface that invites visitors to explore the collection by title keywords (explore by...

View Resource Cofrin Library: Rate My Source

For librarians and instructors, the University of Wisconsin - Green Bay's Cofrin Library has created this helpful interactive guide designed to help students evaluate potential research sources. This online tool guides students through the CAARP model, asking students questions about the source's Currency, Authority, Accuracy, Relevance, and Purpose via a series of multiple-choice questions. As...

View Resource Open Content on JSTOR

For instructors, researchers, and others looking for open-access material, JSTOR hosts this Open Content page, which provides access to nearly 3,000 books from a variety of academic publishers. This page also includes 29 open-access journals, as well as a helpful collection of journal articles that were published before 1923 and are in the public domain. Visitors can conduct a search for the title...