Rivers, Roads, and Rails is presented by Euclid City Schools, in collaboration with twenty-seven other school districts, Cleveland State University, Kenyon College, Case Western Reserve University, the Tuscarawas-Carroll-Harrison Educational Services Center, and the National Park Service. The project seeks to improve student achievement by improving the expertise and instructional skills of American History teachers. The […]
The Cleveland Regional Oral History Collection consists of nearly 1,000 audio interviews. Students, educators and researchers from throughout Northeast Ohio regularly contribute to the collection, which features a breadth of topics through interviews that cover a broad cross-section of the community. Cleveland Voices showcases highlights of this collection.
CPHDH specializes in mobile apps that foster digital storytelling. Building upon our award-winning Cleveland Historical website and app, we developed Curatescape, a low-cost, open-source mobile framework for publishing location-based humanities content that is available for licensing. To date more than 30 organizations worldwide have adopted Curatescape.
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The Center for Public History + Digital Humanities at Cleveland State University Department of History develops state-of-the-art public humanities projects and resources rooted in scholarly disciplines in concert with university and K-12 educators and students, libraries, museums and cultural institutions, and neighborhood organizations.
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