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Digital Resource Centers

Digital Resource Centers (DRC) are Internet based academic collections that include the following elements.

  • The resources have the potential of transforming university teaching and learning.
  • The resources can stand the test of peer review.
  • Each center has a connection to K-12 education.
  • The products are relevant for K-12 education.

Social-studies-related DRC's have a broad range of applications in college and university education programs and in K-12 classrooms. This site will explore some of these education related uses. Each of links below lead to information about that specific DRC and an instructional idea for using the resources within the respective center.

American Memory
Center for Electronic Texts in the Humanities
Center for History and New Media
Center for International Earth Sciences Information Network
Digital Media Center
Documenting the American South
Electronic Text Center at the University of Virginia
Geospatial and Statistical Data Center
Institute for Advanced Technology in the Humanities
Lewis H. Beck Center for Electronic Collections & Services
New York Public Library: Digital Library Collection
Schoenberg Center for Electronic Text and Image
Virginia Center for Digital History

   

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Last modified on September 9, 2004