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Tuesday, April 04, 2006

A good teacher's resource for ancient Aegypt

The program and Web site for "Egypt's Golden Empire" made their debut some years ago, but remain popular resources for K-12 educators, reinforcing the notion that popular content can have a "long tail" effect. Thanks to support from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, PBS has been able to relaunch this Web resource, found at http://www.pbs.org/empires/egypt/, to enhance its interactivity and--best of all--infuse video online.

Take a tour of the site and you'll find biographies, a "day in the life" interactive, a richly illustrated timeline, a virtual image library, an in-depth section on hieroglyphs, and an archive of free, on-demand video clips--which are also integrated into the site's eight lesson plans.

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