Libraries
 

Contact Information
  
  • Subject Librarian: Akram Khabibullaev
  • Location: Herman B Wells Library E960
  • Phone: (812) 855-9885
Additional Contacts
  
    • Senior Collections Reference Assistant: Todd Ramlo
    • Location: Wells E960
    • Phone: (812) 855-9885
Libraries & Subjects
  
last updated: 5/3/2012

K-12 Educational Resources (Central Eurasian Studies)

General:
  • Asia for Educators (see, for instance, the Mongols in World History module; developed by the Weatherhead East Asian Institute, Columbia University)
  • Best of History Websites (portal to over 1200 world history web sites as well as links to hundreds of K-12 history resources)
  • East Asian Studies Collections (Indiana University) (list of K-12 resources compiled by the East Asian Collections librarian)
  • In the Footsteps of Marco Polo (a 90-minute public television program [also online] featuring two modern explorers retracing Marco Polo's footsteps)
  • International Dunhuang Project (IDP) (extensive, up-to-date information about the history, cultures, languages, and religions of the "Silk Road")
  • Outreach: Inner Asian and Uralic National Resource Center (Indiana University) (teaching resources for contemporary and historical Central Eurasia)
  • Silk Road Project (promotes learning through the arts of the Silk Road)
  • Silk Road Seattle (incomplete project compiled by Daniel C. Waugh and last updated in 2002; limited selection of materials about the "Silk Road," but collects some useful materials)
  • Tibet Education Network (Global Source Education)

    Modules:
  • Along the Silk Road (for middle school students; interactive website developed by the Stanford Program on International and Cross-Cultural Education [SPICE] to accompany SPICE's full curriculum unit about the Silk Road)
  • In the Footsteps of Marco Polo (Metropolitan Museum of Art)
  • Marco Polo Takes a Trip (Grades K-2; National Endowment for the Humanities)
  • On the Road with Marco Polo (8 Lessons) (Grades 3-5; National Endowment for the Humanities)
  • last updated: 5/3/2012