Thomas Fangmann Sometimes I am very disappointed by digital history projects. The interface looks cutting edge, the features are hyped up, and the project relates to an important topic. However, when I attempt to actually use the resource I am usually overwhelmed by the sheer immensity of data and the open-endedness of the application. I […]

In this age of technological advent, it is inevitable that education spans across many platforms. Gone are the days of sitting in a classroom, listening to your teacher drone on about topics you just simply do not care about. Technology has said so long to bone dry textbooks with horrifyingly phrased sentences like “african’s immigrated […]

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