Other history education blogs and sites worth connecting with:
http://radicalhistory.co.uk/ – the website of Richard Kennett from Bristol. Find him on Twitter too @kenradical
http://www.thinkinghistory.co.uk/index.php – the portal for all things Ian Dawson. Twitter @BearWithOneEar
http://labs.historiana.eu/ – history teachers sampling and trialing online tools for historical thinking
http://www.schoolshistoryproject.org.uk/index.php – the home of SHP. Twitter @SHPOnline
http://history.org.uk/index.php – the Historical Association online (students, we have the password)
http://historiana.eu – developing site for teaching truly multi-perspective History
http://www.andallthat.co.uk/ – the website run by Alex Ford. Twitter @apf102
Some great historical content:
http://www.the-history-girls.blogspot.co.uk/ – women in history every day
http://www.1914.org/podcasts/ – great podcasts from the Imperial War Museum’s First World War sound archive
http://www.bl.uk/learning/online-resources – the British Library
http://www.gwu.edu/~nsarchiv/NSAEBB/NSAEBB426/ – really interesting archival material from the US National Security Archive – this link is on the Cold War peak of 1983.
http://www.filmeducation.org/index.php – film education resources
http://www.iwm.org.uk/learning/resources/the-way-we-lived-exploring-jewish-life-and-culture – films to use in teaching the Holocaust
http://ffhyork.weebly.com/ – the Fulford and Fishergate Local History Group has gathered lovely local history resources here.
http://www.explaininghistory.com/free-stuff/ – plenty of things for teachers and students.
We also have a school username and password for the Churchill Archive – just ask one of us!
Not history, but close to the hearts of Mount historians…
peacejam.org – Nobel Peace Prize laureates working with young people towards a peaceful world.
And interesting sites for those thinking about university and future careers…