History Unbound facilitates teachers’ ability to locate and review documents that support to the New York State K-12 Social Studies Framework and improve student preparation for the NYS Regents Examinations by pointing to the Library of Congress Primary Sets, New York Heritage collections and secondary literature including lesson plans, and web-based and regional face-to-face workshops on inquiry based learning.
Below, you can find tutorials, a custom search & index of available resources, and links to Primary Source sets.
On the tabs above, you can find resource collections by time period and subject, as well as educator resources including resources aligned to the Framework by grade level, lesson plans, and graphic organizers.
Use this Google Custom Search Engine to find resources from:
Select a video from the playlist below, watch them all, or go to our YouTube channel for more information on each: History Unbound YouTube
History Unbound, the workshop and website, is sponsored in part by the Library of Congress Teaching with Primary Sources Eastern Region Program, coordinated by Waynesburg University.
When appropriating this guide to your school's LibGuide, please include the information below:
The compilation of these resources was made as part of the History Unbound Project. History Unbound, the workshop and website, is a project of the South Central Regional Library Council, Clinton Hall, Ithaca, NY and is sponsored in part by the Library of Congress Teaching with Primary Sources Eastern Region Program, coordinated by Waynesburg University.