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View Resource Disability History Association

With a focus on promoting the study of disabilities throughout history, The Disability History Association (DHA) helps users learn more about perspectives on disability, related social and civil rights movements, policy and practice history, and a host of other associated topics. As an international concern, DHA membership is open to individual scholars as well as institutions and organizations...

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http://dishist.org/
View Resource Literary Hub: Book Marks

Avid readers and those interested in literary criticism may enjoy this crowdsourced book rating resource from Literary Hub (featured in the 3-09-2017 Scout Report), which collects and weighs book reviews from multiple literary journals, news outlets, and "alternative litblogs." The aim is to create a cumulative rating that helps users select their next favorite book, providing pull quotes from the...

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https://bookmarks.reviews/
View Resource International Barcode of Life

The International Barcode of Life (iBOL) brings together scientists and scientific organizations from all over the world with an aim to "illuminate biodiversity - every multicellular species - for the benefit of all life." The iBOL research alliance is an internal collaboration that builds DNA barcode reference libraries, along with associated facilities, platforms, and protocols needed to...

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http://ibol.org/
View Resource UK Safer Internet Centre

Formed by a partnership of three organizations (Childnet International, Internet Watch Foundation and SWGfL), UK Safer Internet Centre promotes "safe and responsible use of technology for young people." The organization provides an array of materials on their site including games, quizzes, films, and advice created to help youth of various ages learn from and enjoy using the internet while staying...

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https://www.saferinternet.org.uk/
View Resource Vistas: Visual Culture in Spanish America, 1520-1820

Fordham University, with support from the National Endowment for the Humanities (U.S), and the Instituto Nacional de Antropologia e Historia (Mexico), presents this site for the study of Visual Culture in the Spanish Colonial Americas. Website content is arranged into six broad themes: Making Sense of the Pre-Columbian, Reckoning with Mestizaje, the Political Force of Images, Patterns of the...

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https://vistas.ace.fordham.edu/