Community Heritage Project

Online Resources


General Resources

B.J. Pinchbeck's Homework Helper: a website created by a 12 year old boy and his dad. Over 550 sights to help fellow students access information on the WWW.

Dogpile: a Metasearch engine, a search engine that searches a host of other search engines and directories all at once.


The Big6 Home page: an overview of the process with example

St. Agnes Academy: pages containing actual Big6 projects

Big Six Digits: Follow the steps of the process for an actual Big6 project on site at an archaeological digsite.

Kindred, ND schools Big6 Projects: Learn about Big6 and visit actual projects using Big6.

Teaching Information Literacy: The Big Six Skills Approach: Pam Barney's (Instructional Resource Center, Central Florida University)page describing the process and how it works.

Internet Basics

Training Technology Seminars: Tutorial pages for technology applications created by Kirk Lacy, Associate Professor, MSU-Billings.

Intro to the Internet & the WWW: Tutorial pages for Internet use created by Kirk Lacy, Associate Professor, MSU-Billings.

Kathy Schrock's Guide for Educators: A slide show version describing the Internet and how to use it.

Kathy Schrock's Guide for Educators: A guide to Internet information.

Oral History/Interviewing

Kathy Schrock's Guide for Educators: A guide to Internet information.

One-Minute Guide to Conducting Oral History.

Oral History Questions: A list of great questions to ask when conducting oral histories

A Genealogy Primer: A quick overview of how to conduct genealogy research.

Media Production
Virtues of Video Production: A video production guide.

The On-Line Visual Literacy Project: A description of visual literacy, its components, and how to achieve them.

All About Special Effects: a PBS article about special effects: the history and how they are created.

Gateway to Media Literacy: a media literacy online project ( a list of links about media literacy) created by the College of Ed, University of Oregon

Web Page Construction

Life on the Internet: a list of links to HTML resources for creating web pages.

A Beginners Guide to HTML: an introductory guide for producing documents in HTML, the language for the WWW.

Getting Started with Writing Web Pages: The LInC course online guide to creating web pages.


Oral History Projects

What Did You Do in the War Grandma? : An oral history project by South Kingstown High School.

The Whole World Was Watching: A Brown University oral history project about issues from 1968.

Breton Education Centre, Community Links: A website created featuring the products of a community education project.

Community Resources

Fort Benton, MT Community Home Page: A web site that links to many separate pages of interest about the Birthplace of Montana.

Fort Benton, Montana's Heritage Complex: Visit the museums of Fort Benton, MT via the web. Learn about the history of the American West.

Spokane -- The Way It Was: A timeline of the history of Spokane, WA created by Spokane school students.

The Montana Heritage Project: the home page of the Montana Heritage Project. A project where eight Montana schools are involved in Community-Centered Education.


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Created for the Fermilab LInC program sponsored by Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory Education Office and Friends of Fermilab, and funded by United States Department of Energy, Illinois State Board of Education, North Central Regional Technology in Education Consortium which is operated by North Central Regional Educational Laboratory (NCREL), and the National Science Foundation.

Author(s): Pam Birkeland, e-mail :
School: Golden Triangle Curriculum Cooperative, Shelby, MT
Created: March 15, 1999