- Mythweb: Greek Mythology
Devoted to the heroes, gods, and monsters of Greek mythology. Also provides teachers with resources for teaching Greek mythology.
- Teaching Company, The
Offers college level lectures on audio and video.
- Social Studies School Service (3)
- New Day Films
Distribution cooperative of independent producers of documentary films and educational videos with a social issue focus.
- Creative Connections
Language arts based global exploration site for K-8 students and teachers currently featuring adventures to Africa and the Amazon rain forest.
- History Happens
Stories from American history on music video, an educational resource for teachers and parents, designed for today's kids. Check out the RealAudio songs online.
- Inside Mexico
Offering videotapes, music collections, and a newsletter with which to introduce students to Mexican culture.
- Mapping The World By Heart
Middle school geography curriculum information includes sample quizzes, links to geography, and school-related sites.
- Stanford Program on International and Cross-Cultural Education
SPICE develops interdisciplinary curriculum materials, focusing on contemporary issues, for grades 6-14.
- Black Quest
An Afrocentric CD-ROM game that celebrates the African American legacy, culture and history.
- Good Company Players
Collection of curricula to excite kids about history by actively involving them.
- George F. Cram Company
Manufactures globes and map products for the consumer and educational markets. Also sells geography and social studies teaching materials.
- World History Chart
Featuring The World History Chart, an extensive timeline of world events.
- Globali International
System for learning geography using mnemonics, blank testing maps, and erasable markers.
- American Promise
Offers a video and teaching guide which explore government, civics, and U.S. history.
- MicroCase Corporation
Publishes software-based, social science, college textbooks, including statistical analysis software.
- American Historical Theatre (AHT)
Professional performers recreating historical characters and interpretations.
- Pigskin Geography
17-week program for grades 4-12 that uses the NFL schedule in the daily newspaper to teach U.S. geography.
- Brain-Box Digital Archives Project
Presents oral history, photographs, and other information shared by Ojibwe orators and educators.
- Living History Associates, Ltd.
Presentations for businesses and schools. John Rolfe (Pocahontas' husband) talking about America's free market, Patrick Henry on commitment, Jefferson Davis on overcoming challenges, and many more.