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Global Exploration Online details the wonders, anxieties, and achievements of explorers since the beginning of time. With engaging text and videos, vivid photographs and illustrations, and detailed maps, this eLearning Module features firsthand accounts of traveling through uncharted territory. Learning Units are divided into commonly studied periods of exploration, from ancient times to the discovery of the Americas to the exploration of space.
This eLearning Module is excellent for distance learning, study abroad, and tutoring programs. This dynamic and compelling online resource picks up where the textbook leaves off, bringing the subject matter to life. eLearning Modules provide the perfect solution to every educator's goal: helping students achieve their best.
- Correlations to Common Core, state and national educational standards
- Proprietary content
- High-quality Flash® videos
- Activities and projects
- Assessment questions with answer keys
- Discussion questions
- Learning objectives
- Printable materials
- Support materials
- Media galleries
- Read Aloud tool
- Google Translate on every page, with 53 languages to choose from
- Dynamic full citations
- Search results with hit highlighting and Search Assist technology
- Print and email capabilities and text-resize tool
- Persistent record links
- Usage statistics.
Learning Units in Global Exploration Online include:
- Exploration in the Ancient World, Prehistory to 500 CE
- Exploration in the Middle Ages, 500-1500
- Exploring the Pacific, 1400-1850
- Discovery of the Americas, 1492-1800
- Opening Up North America, 1497-1800
- Exploring the Polar Regions, 1500-1920
- Exploration in the Age of Empire, 1750-1953
- Exploring North America, 1800-1900
- Exploring Space, 1900 to the Present.