In an effort to support teachers, students, and parents during the pandemic, Newberry staff has compiled their most popular digital resources for your easy reference.
These interactive resources can be adapted for both teacher- and student-led activities.
If you have any questions about these resources, please contact Kara Johnson, Manager of Teacher and Student Programs, at email@example.com.
Digital Collections for the Classroom
Each digital collection for the classroom features essays, discussion questions, and digital versions of primary documents from the Newberry’s collection.
You might also be interested in a virtual presentation of a Newberry Traveling Collection (Civil War, World War II).
Medieval & Early Modern Studies
The Bible in Print, 1450-1700
The Emblematica Politica in Context
French Renaissance Paleography
Merlo’s Map: The Religious Geography of Venice
Nova Reperta Time Machine
Nova Reperta Exhibition Family Guide
Polyglots: The Bible in Multiple Tongues
Religious Change, 1400-1750
Religious Change and Print, 1450-1700 Digital Exhibition
Renaissance Invention: Stradanus’s Nova Reperta
Tracking the Luther Controversy
Translating French History, 1500-1850
Native American & Indigenous Studies
American Indians in an Age of Empire and Revolution, 1750-1783
Aphra Behn’s Oroonoko: Slavery and Race in the Atlantic World
An Archive of Endurance
Art and Exploration in the American West and Mexico
Art of Conflict: Portraying American Indians, 1850-1900
The Aztecs and the Making of Colonial Mexico
The Colonization of the Black Hills in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries, in Historic Maps and Documents
The French Colonial Empire, 1500-1800
Imagining the American West in the Late Nineteenth Century
Indians in the Archives
Indians of the Midwest
Maps and the Beginnings of Colonial North America
Migration and the Midwest
Other Americans and the American Revolution
Popol Vuh (Wui) Online
Teaching with Maps
Historic Maps in the K-12 Classroom
Make Big Plans: Daniel Burnham’s Vision of an American Metropolis
Mapping the French Empire in North America
Mapping Movement in American History and Culture
More Interactive Archive Resources!
Midwest Time Machine
Indians of the Midwest
Historic Maps in K-12 Classrooms