FCC (Federal Communications Commission) Blog Cites Smarthistory In Post On National Learning Registry
The project website for this important initiative just went live and we are very excited that Smarthistory was cited in the post which stated,
"We hope to see more innovation like smarthistory.org, a free and open, conversation-based multimedia art history web-book. Smarthistory.org aggregates our cultural treasures—digitally—but also encourages the learner to engage and analyze in real time, engaging students in a whole new way."
For the complete post, go to: Broadband.gov