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Learn About Ohio- Suggested Links

Aminah's World- A website that honors Ohio artist Aminah Brenda Lynn Robinson (1940-2015). Using traditional art materials with found objects such as buttons and twigs, visitors can see into the mind, work, and processes of this inspiring artist.

 

Columbus Museum of Art- Art & Social Issues in American Culture- A website of the Columbus Museum of Art, it provides access to works that address the complex problems and issues in recent American history, culture, and society. It's considered one of the most significant bodies of art concerned with social commentary within the country.

 

Discover Ohio- A website of the Ohio Development Services Agency, it provides helpful information about activities and events throughout Ohio. Includes travel tips and suggested Ohio destination categories.

 

Library of Congress- Chronicling America in Historic American Newspapers- A website of the Library of Congress that provides free access to America's historic newspaper pages from 1789-1924 or the U.S. Newspaper Directory to find information about America's newspapers published between 1690-present. This website is sponsored jointly by the National Endowment for the Humanities and the Library of Congress.

 

Creative Learning Factory- A website which provides high-quality professional development for K-12 teachers and museum professionals. Utilize the depth and breadth of its accomplished staff to facilitate professional development across the humanities' content areas as well as multiple learning theories.

 

Creative Learning Factory- How to use the Statehouse Online- A link to the Creative Learning Factory's guided instruction on how to use the Statehouse's website (in Adobe format).

 

National Park Service- Expeditions into Ohio's Past- A website of the National Park Service that provides free access to an integrated teachers' guide, developed by Ohio education rangers. Guide can be downloaded as a complete file or as individual sections (in PDF format), and is intended to supply teachers and students with the tools to understand and appreciate Ohio's prehistoric past.

 

National Park Service- Hopewell Culture Museum & Collections- A website of the National Park Service that provides free access to a photographic collection of the Hopewell Culture National Historical Park.

 

National Park Service- Hopewell Culture National Historical Park- A website of the National Park Service, it provides free access to the official photo gallery of the Hopewell Culture National Historical Park.

 

Ohio History Connection- Ohio History Central- A website of the Ohio History Connection, this is a dynamic online encyclopedia that includes information about Ohio's natural history, prehistory, and history. It's for anyone wanting to learn more about Ohio.

 

Ohio History Connection- Online Collections Catalog- A website of the Ohio History Connection that provides free access to its online catalog collection.

 

Ohio History Connection- Ohio Memory- A website of the Ohio History Connection and the State Library of Ohio, it's a collaborative statewide digital library program that provides free access to the digital content of over 360 cultural heritage institutions and contains over 700,000 digital images. It's mission is to help communities share, discover, and connect to Ohio's rich past through dynamic online resources.

 

Rock & Roll Hall of Fame- Digital Classroom- A website of the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, it's an online presence for educators that provides free access to a variety of resources including lesson plans, videos, artifacts, and more.