The Electronic Schoolhouse (La Escuela Electrónica)
This bilingual educational resource encourages K-12 students to utilize primary materials as tools to gaining a critical understanding of Puerto Rican history in New York state. The Electronic Schoolhouse, which draws from the New York State Archives, the Archives Partnership Trust, and Time Warner, features content and topics that adhere to New York’s learning standards. View Project »
Latinas in History: An Interactive Project
This project provides students and teachers with a novel means of learning about the roles and contributions Latinas have assumed and made in the American historical trajectory. Latinas in History encompasses Mexican-American, Cuban, Puerto Rican, and Central and South American women from all career paths, and draws from primary and secondary sources and the latest historical and sociological research. View Project »
Puerto Rican Writers and Migration: Folklore, Autobiography, & History
This resource draws attention to the written works and historical legacies of three Puerto Rican writers: Pura Belpré, Jesus Colón, and Antonia Pantoja. Using these digitized materials and supplementary content, students are encouraged to construct their own impressions of Latino literature and culture in the United States.
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Ventana al Pasado: Building a Latino/Hispanic Virtual Research Collection
This ambitious joint project with the New York State Archives unites Latino-related holdings from nine New York State repositories, granting researchers access to an unprecedented amount of information on Puerto Rican history and visual culture in the United States, and enabling a community of enthusiasts and scholars to take part in the discourse.
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