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Open Educational Resources - History: World History

Open Educational Resources Guide Key

 Open - free to use and repurpose

 Free - free to use

 Affordable - available at low cost

 Free North Shore - available to NSCC students and faculty

The Tibet Oral History Project

The Tibet Oral History Project aims to preserve the history and culture of the Tibetan people. They record the life experiences of Tibetan elders who were forced to flee their homeland following the Chinese invasion. TOHP has videotaped the oral histories of 278 Tibetan elders living in exile. The goal of the Tibet Oral History Project is to document the life stories of Tibetan elders living in exile, and to disseminate that information through print, broadcast media and the Internet for the purposes of education and preservation of the culture and history of Tibet.

The British Library


Europeana allows you to explore millions of items from a range of Europe's leading galleries, libraries, archives and museums. Books and manuscripts, photos and paintings, television and film, sculpture and crafts, diaries and maps, sheet music and recordings.

Internet History Sourcebooks Project

Fordham University's Internet History Sourcebook Project links to primary sources in Ancient, Medieval and Modern History. Subsidiary contextual sourcebooks have also been created. Links are to public domain and also "copy-permitted" historical texts.