Other Title VI Centers with Teacher Resources
Please refer to these other Title VI centers related to European and Eurasian Studies
- Columbia University's East European, Russian and Eurasian National Resource Center offers online lesson plan ideas for Ukraine, Kosovo, and other international topics.
- Duke University/University of North Carolina Consortium's Center for Slavic, Eurasian and East European Center offers a variety of internet resources relating to Russia and Eastern Europe, including job and internship opportunities, country information, links to academic organizations and universities with programs relating to the area.
- Harvard University's Russian East European and Central Asian Studies National Resource Center offers resources for teaching and learning about Russian, East Europe and Central Asia for K-12 teachers, Professors and the Harvard Community.
- Indiana University, Bloomington's Russian and East European Institute offers an Audiovisual and Curriculum Library for Russian and East European Studies.
- Ohio State University's Center for Slavic and East European Studies offers lesson plan ideas, films and other audiovisual materials, as well as links to other online resources.
- University of Michigan's Center for Russian and East European Studies offers lesson plans and other curriculum resources as well as links to other resources.
- Stanford University's Center for Russian and East European Studies offers information on its outreach programs and activities, including some online curriculum ideas
- University of California, Berkeley's Center for Slavic and East European Studies teacher outreach page offers links to curriculum, conferences, and other links
- University of Chicago's Center for East European, Russian and Eurasian Studies offers access to the library's extensive collection.
- University of Kansas' Center for Russian and East European Studies has extensive classroom resources including curriculum online, films and videos.
- University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign's Russian and East European Center has a bibliography, video library, and web resources for K-12 teachers.
- University of Pittsburgh's Center for Russian and East European Studies community outreach has links to the NationalityRooms, model United Nations program, and teacher resources.
- University of Texas, Austin's Center for East European, Russian and Eurasian Studies outreach program includes a summary of information, activities and resources designed to be used by teachers at all levels from kindergarten to the 12th grade.
- University of Virginia's Center for Russian and East European Studies has information on its programs and links to other resources available online.
- University of Washington's Russian East European and Central Asian Center is an information clearing-house on Russian, East European, and Central Asian topics, and provides outreach support for K-12 teachers and college instructors interested in this area of the world. REECAS sponsors several activities to help K-12 teachers to learn about the culture, politics, geography, history, and other aspects of Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union. Curriculum units on the Silk road are of particular interest.
- University of Wisconsin, Madison's Russian, East European and Central Asian collections at the library offers access to their extensive resources.
Published: Thursday, April 28, 2005