Still the champ. Full of amazing map content ready to be taken to the next level.
Chronozoom tool from Microsoft Research for looking at history at an all-inclusive scale!
Natl Council for the Social Studies
International Society for Technology in Education
National Geographic Education's mapping page.
Common Core State Standards Initiative.
Amazing provider of mapping tools - the foundation of GWHAT's current demos. geocommons is produced by GeoIQ.
K12 lesson plans based on historic maps. Excellent example of how maps can be used to support learning objectives.
The man. Picture: SF Chronicle, John O'Hara, http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2004/09/27/DDG6K8UNN81.DTL&ao=all
University of Texas online map library. Hook 'em horns!
Free, self-paced learning. Nobody does it better.
Part of DevelopmentSeed
Rich multimedia GIS-based storytelling system based out of the University of Virginia.
More beautiful maps.
Free map data. Amazing. Quality.
Free GIS software. Easy to use and a great tool to get started making interoperable historic maps!
Literature + GIS = Goodness!!
Wiki Atlas of World History
Here's a quick list of sites relevant to GWHAT's goals. Think of this as a list of those who motivate GWHAT. Please let us know if you'd like additional links added (or removed!).