"The Historical Thinking Project revolves around the proposition that historical thinking — like scientific thinking in science instruction and mathematical thinking in math instruction — is central to history instruction and that students should become more competent as historical thinkers as they progress through their schooling.
The project developed a framework of six historical thinking concepts to provide a way of communicating complex ideas to a broad and varied audience of potential users."
"MoocNote is an application teachers can use to create annotated video lessons to share with students. Import an entire YouTube playlist or a single video from YouTube, Google Drive, or Dropbox, and use MoocNote course editor to add notes and questions. Notes created will link back to the exact places in the videos where they were taken and you can access all of your notes anytime from a single place."
CloudConvert is available as a web tool, iPad app, and Chrome extension. You can use it for cross-files conversion as it supports the conversion between more than 200 different audio, video, document, ebook, archive, image, spreadsheet and presentation formats. More importantly, CloudConvert is integrated with Google Drive allowing you to easily convert your Drive files the way you want. It is also integrated with other popular cloud storage services such as Dropbox, OneDrive, and Box.
"The Interactive Fiction Database is an IF game catalog and recommendation engine. IFDB is a Wiki-style community project: members can add new game listings, write reviews, exchange game recommendations, and more."
MetPublications is a portal to The Met's comprehensive publishing program with over 1,500 titles, including books, online publications, and Bulletins and Journals from the last five decades.
"Explore a growing selection of government records about Australians and New Zealanders in World War I and the Boer War. Enhance a profile dedicated to the wartime journey of someone who served. Uncover the personal stories of service men and women through original archival records."