The Long Island Council for the Social Studies

WWW Virtual Library: International Affairs Resources is an Internet directory of over 2000 annotated links to high-quality English-language sources of information and analysis in many international and global studies topics. Sites are carefully selected for their long-term value, favoring those with cost-free, authoritative information and analysis online.


The AnthroGuide  (see link below) is a comprehensive resource of anthropology departments that includes faculty areas of expertise, contact information, application deadlines, tuition information, etc.

This is a free online version that is available to the public.  This could be a great resource for teachers to help students find colleges/universities or find a local professor with expertise that align with their curriculum.

​The Institute for Curriculum Services provides curricula and professional development to social studies educators with the goal of strengthening the quality of K-12 education on Jewish subjects for all. Our website hosts a variety of resources for teachers and engaging curricula for classroom use including detailed lesson plans, classroom activities, primary source documents, and maps. Our materials support social studies teachers around standards-based topics related to Jews, Judaism, and Israel including Ancient Civilizations, US History, and World History.


Portraits of America: Democracy on Film is free to all teachers who register. The education outreach program challenges students to read film not simply for its narrative elements but also as historical and cultural documents.

The Film Foundation is a nonprofit organization established in 1990 by Martin Scorsese and dedicated to the restoration and preservation of motion picture history.  Portraits of America is part of the foundation’s educational outreach program,

The Story of Movies.