Engine in the News
The History Engine began as a single classroom experiment and has grown into a nation-wide teaching and research project. In October 2006, the National Institute for Technology and Liberal Education (NITLE) signed on to introduce the project into classrooms around the country. The History Engine has been the focus of lectures at national conferences on instructional technology. It has been featured in the Chronicle of Higher Education, Inside Higher Ed, Academic Commons, and the American Historical Association's Perspectives on History, and is currently being used in classrooms at fourteen colleges and universities across the country.
- History Engine featured in Academic Commons, September 2009
- History Engine partner James Tuten wins teaching award, September 2009.
- History Engine faculty and staff write three essays for Perspectives on History, May 2009
- History Engine partner Lloyd Benson wins teaching award, May 2009
- History Engine wins NITLE Community Contribution Award, March 2009
- AHA blog spotlights The History Engine, September 2008
- Inside Higher Ed features The History Engine, September 2008
- History Engine Conference
- Chronicle of Higher Education, "With Digital Maps, Historians Chart a New Way Into the Past," November 10, 2006
- Reinvention Center Conference, "New Research Opportunities Through Technology," November 2006
- EDUCAUSE Lecture, "Time, Space, and History," October 10, 2006