HTY 106: World Civilizations II: 1500-present

Librarian's Note: HTY 106

The links on this page are intended for use by students in Robert Bernheim's course, HTY 106: World Civilizations I. In addition you may find many resources online via OneSearch, or the URSUS library catalog. If you want to browse the library shelves in-person, try the following book sections:

  • D: World History and the History of Europe, Africa, Asia, Australia, New Zealand, etc.
  • E: History of the Americas
  • F: Local History of the Americas
  • G: Geography, Anthropology, and Recreation

Reference and Instruction Librarian


Lessons of the Past Projec (LOPP)


Open Educational Resources (OER) are freely accessible, scholarly learning tools made available on the web for education. OER also stands in as a name for the movement of scholars working toward making published knowledge more freely accessible without sacrificing quality or academic rigor. Some OER in World History, Ancient History, and History are:

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