French Revolution Website Recognized by NEH

NEH has selected Liberty, Equality, Fraternity: Exploring the French Revolution for inclusion on EDSITEment (http://edsitement.neh.gov) as “one of the best online resources for education in the humanities.”

Liberty, Equality, Fraternity was nominated for inclusion in the EDSITEment project in response to an open call for nominations posted on its website and on several humanities listservs. The site was then reviewed by both a peer review panel and a Blue Ribbon panel composed of educators and administrators in education organizations and higher education institutions. Both panels determined that the site met the EDSITEment criteria for intellectual quality, content, design, and most importantly, classroom impact.

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