Have a look at this blog post. It has quite a few good links to help you spice up lessons and stop you having to trawl the net (a bit!).
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All sorts of great interactive visualisations and images which can be used in lessons to bring data and statistics in Geography and History to life
A series of British propaganda films from the 1930s and 1940s have put online for the first time by the British Council.
The films are being uploaded gradually, with the first 13 now available to view, with a further 145 or so being digitalised and uploaded evetually as part of the project.
One of the films online already, shows the 1945 General Election. Filmed in Kettering, it shows the Tory John Profumo standing for re-election.
The films can be viewed here then selecting the ‘digitalised films’ tab on the left of the screen
Historypin is a global project. It was launched in London in June 2010 and in the next few years there will be events and projects held all over the world over.
Visit the Historypin website here