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Classics Teaching Resources Online List members, please add your online classics teaching tools here, with URL and brief descriptor. Add new subject areas using the tab below. Optionally leave your name, contact info, and the date. Thank you, all!
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GeneralOpen University list of online resources: http://www.open.ac.uk/blogs/classicalstudies/?p=1679General guidance on taking courses online, with online resources and videos for language learning and Greek and Roman myth, history, and literatureUrsula Rothe20.3.203/30/2020
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Art historySmarthistory.org Videos and essays supporting AP, A-Level and most undergraduate general art history courses, with units on the Ancient Mediterranean (https://smarthistory.org/ancient-mediterranean/) and cultural heritage (https://smarthistory.org/arches-intro/)Elizabeth Macaulay-Lewis20.3.203/27/2020
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GeneralEidolon: https://eidolon.pub/Open-access articles on many aspects of the classical world and its reception; now offering free custom course packets (https://eidolon.pub/our-coronavirus-plans-9e7375520af1)Nandini Pandey20.3.20
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Generalhttps://www.massolit.io/subjects/classicsLogin-required (but free) lecture slides & other teaching resources on many aspects of Classics & Ancient History, e.g. history, literature, culture, philosophy & languages of Ancient Greece & Rome. If you fill in the free trial form on the site, they'll send over some login details you can use: https://www.massolit.io/free-trialGinna Closs (h/t
Lloyd Llewellyn-Jones & the Liverpool Classics list
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Generalhttps://www.aarome.org/research/resources/periodical-indexesThe American Academy in Rome has compiled lots on online resources, which might be helpful for a variety of research and teaching tasks!
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http://patroneditore.com/volumi/1870/materiali_e_metodi_per_una_didattica_multimediale_del_latino.html
A book about multimedia methods and tools for teaching Latin in Italy and not onlyAndrea Balbo20.03.2020
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GeneralCREWS project: https://crewsproject.wordpress.com/ Articles and other blog resources on writing in the ancient world - interdisciplinary and intended to be accessible to a wide audience. Our 'write your name' sheets show you how to write in a variety of different ancient writing systems (https://crewsproject.wordpress.com/write-your-name-in-an-ancient-writing-system/).Pippa Steele20.03.2020
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Generalhttps://kallion.org/teaching/collaborative-course-materials/Case studies on leadership in the ancient Mediterranean (via SAGE Publications). Two collaborative, open access courses on ancient leadership: Beyond the Boundaries of Fantasia (a general potpourri), and American Pi: Ancient Leadership in the Era of Donald TrumpMallory Monaco Caterine20.03.2020
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Generalhttps://teachingleadershipthruclassics.wordpress.com/home/Teaching Leaders and Leadership through Classics: A Virtual Pedagogy Conference. Video presentations of great ideas for assignments and approaches to leadership, many of which are easily employed in remote learning settingsMallory Monaco Caterine20.03.2020
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Generalhttps://kallion.org/conversations/the-art-of-leadership/The Art of Leadership podcast (hosted by Norman Sandridge): interviews with leaders in politics, medicine, intelligence, education, non-profits about how the humanities have shaped and improved their leadershipMallory Monaco Caterine20.03.2020
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Greek languagehttps://alduncan.web.unc.edu/online-greek-lessons/Instructional videos, keyed to Athenaze (third edition), recorded via Zoom during the COVID-19 pandemic. These were produced with my current students in mind, but should be considered freely available to the public. (With apologies for their comparatively low production values!)Al Duncan20.03.2020
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Mythhttps://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLI8mI2FSyZ64S50JMIxrXy3E3lZHHXiwBA few myth lectures that I posted online for a large course several years ago (some because I was out of town, some because campus was closed due to a crisis [long before COVID-19!], some because they just happened that way). I can't guarantee that you'll find them at all worth your while, but feel free to use them if they're helpful in any way!Darcy Krasne28.03.2020
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Generalhttps://library.ics.sas.ac.uk/open-access-resourcesA good compilation from the ICS of open access research and teaching resourcesGreg Woolf30.03.2020
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