Simulations and Activities
Developed for the state of Virginia. Try this for studying world, US, geography and civics.
Winner of the learning without boundaries project, 2010.
Revisit the original game.
Documents & Information
The first in a series of apps exploring the collections in the New York Library. Explore the 1939-1940 World's Fair.
Explore the battles with maps, first hand accounts, photos and videos.
First in a series History on the Go.
A collection of information that might be a great starting place for students reading about about the Civil War.
Visit the collections of the British Library from anywhere. There's an app for the iPod and one for the iPad.
350 primary source documents, and 19 audio and video recordings.
This website provides mp3 files and full text of selected top 100 speeches. Add these to your iPod for easy use.
Voting alignments and biographical sketches of all 110 justices. The free version has 100 of the top cases - there is also a full version. Searchable transcripts.
Information on the U.S. - historical photos, geographical information, wars, memorials, events, natural wonders and more.
Maps and Map Activities
Place all the U.S. States on a map.
Columbia University's Mapping the African American Past (MAAP) website now includes a mobile version. The tool includes text and audio information about historically significant locations in New York City and is designed as a tool for mobile learning. This is a mobile webpage, not an app.
Quick access to live images from webcams around the world.