Teaching Women's History on the Internet Bibliography


From DRBennett1 <DRBennett1@aol.com> 09 Dec 1997

Hello all!

Next semester, I will be teaching, at the University of Nevada, Reno, a onecredit course titled "Women's History Resources on the Internet" and am curious to know if anyone else has taught such a course. I am also interested in suggestions for exercises and assignments that would help make this 15-hour class meaningful; it will take place in a computer lab on three successive Saturdays of 5 hours each. The students will be elementary and secondary teachers seeking graduate credit and university undergraduates interested in women's studies. A big thank-you in advance for your thoughts!

Responses:

H-Net suggest using intro page http://www.h-net.msu.edu

H-Women http://h-net.msu.edu/~women use bibliography, discussion thread, archival and manuscripts, and other links sites

"Uncovering Women's History in Archival Collections: A Guide to WWW Pages of Archives, Libraries and Other Repositories That Have Primary Source Materials By or About Women" http://www.utsa.edu/Archives/links.htm

"Women's History Guide: The Mining Company" http://womenshistory.miningco.com

Worcester Women's History Project/Assumption College http://www.assumption.edu/html/academic/history/wwhp/front.html