History in the Classroom
- Clyde, Jerremie. "More Than a Game...Teaching in the Gamic Mode: Disciplinary Knowledge, Digital Literacy, and Collaboration.". The History Teacher, 46, 1 (2012), p. 45, http://www.societyforhistoryeducation.org/pdfs/ClydeandWilkinson.pdf
- Levin, Howard. “Authentic Doing: Student-produced Web-based Digital Video Oral Histories.” Oral History Review 38, no. 1 (2011): 6-33 [link for UQ students].
- Kelly, T.M. "But Mine's Better": Teaching History in a Remix Culture. History Teacher, 44,3 (2011), 369-377 http://www.societyforhistoryeducation.org/pdfs/Kelly.pdf.
- Vess, Deborah. “History in the Digital Age: a Study of the Impact of Interactive Resources on Student Learning.” The History Teacher 37, no. 3 (2004): 385-399 [link for UQ students].
- Longhurst, James. “World History on the World Wide Web: a Student Satisfaction Survey and a Blinding Flash of the Obvious.” The History Teacher 36, no. 6 (2003): 343-356 [link for UQ students].
- Snape, Dominic and Katy Allen. 2008. Challenging not balancing: Developing year 7's grasp of historical argument through online discussion and a virtual book. Teaching History no. 133: 45-51 [link for UQ students].
Introduction to Image Manipulation Tools