Facebook and Fakebook
It’s time for Santa and Elves and if we keep playing with our imagination let us look to the online world. If we imagine a big microscope that can look behind web pages, codes and stuff we could probably see the smallest parts of the digital universe. And the smallest parts are just two numbers: […]
In the last blog my colleague Pascal described how the Historiana Learning Team had searched for digital tools that could be used to enhance historical learning. In the first blog about an actual tool I thought I would write about my favourite – HistoryPin.
The needle in the haystack
Hello again, Welcome to the second blog about online tools for teaching and learning history. This blog will take a look at the process that took place before the start of this blog series and might be of particular interest to both teacher trainers and students who are learning to become history educators, as well […]
Dear Teachers, Welcome to the first blog in what will hopefully be a long range of blogs about online tools for history education. In this blog I will first give a short introduction of who we are. Secondly I will provide a short overview of the purpose and timeframe of these blogs. We, the writers […]