American History Database Revamped

Facts On File,  publisher of reference materials for schools and libraries, has relaunched its Issues and Controversies in American History database
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Facts On File, publisher of reference materials for schools and libraries, has relaunched its Issues and Controversies in American History database.

Issues and Controversies in American History features special, enhanced topic articles, each introduced by an original, three-minute video giving essential visual context to the issue or controversy covered by the article.

Highlights of the Redesign:

  • Educator support material—All articles covered by the database now contain original instructor materials such as discussion questions and academic standards correlations.
  • Enhanced lessons with original video introductions
  • Improved navigation
  • Enhanced search technologies
  • Curriculum standards correlations
  • Special features
  • New dynamic citations

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