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The Northeast Georgia History Center is the premier history resource for teachers throughout the region.  We continue to make available our Travel Trunks, gallery tours, living history demonstrations, and museum theatre performances.  However, school budgets, curricula, and scheduling are making it more and more difficult to bring students to the History Center.

Therefore, we developed a new program that brings the History Center to YOU:

    The Cottrell Digital Studio

 

 

 

All programs designed to help educators satisfy the state’s mandate to use technology in learning and to satisfy Georgia Performance Standards in Education, and can be delivered as on demand downloadable/online viewing content or direct to classroom/school broadcasts.

Showcase Services & Programs

Museum Theatre performances
Living History demonstrations
Virtual Gallery tours
Virtual Historic House and Gardens tours
Subject Specific lessons

Museum to Classroom Broadcasts

The History Center provides interactive, direct-to-classroom internet broadcasts of third- and first-person interpretive programs, including specialized programming which can be combined with our GPS-based Travel Trunks.

On-Demand Webisodes

The History Center is producing an ongoing series of 5- to-30 minute documentary digital films about a wide variety of GPS-focused topics that will be available in a download-on-demand format

Virtual Field Trips/Exhibits Tours

The History Center can broadcast 20-to-45 minute live and interactive Virtual Field Trips of our exhibit galleries, gardens, and historic houses

Subject Specific Lessons

If you require a subject-specific presentation, the History Center will work with you by contacting topic experts and arranging for a unique, custom-produced presentation for your class, grade, or school

      What does the Digital Studio offer students?

  • A chance to learn real history in a way comfortable and engaging to their respective age groups
  • A chance to interact with professional educators and historians in the familiar environment of their own classroom
  • A chance to learn not just national history, but local history that affects their lives and their communities

What does the Digital Studio offer teachers?

  • Georgia Performance Standards-based programming to supplement traditional classroom lessons
  • Prepared content and interactive modules by topic experts at their fingertips
  • Engaging media presentations that are 100% compatible with existing classroom equipment

To take advantage of this program, and to inquire about special rates and scholarships, please contact Ken Johnston, Curator of Education at kjohnston@brenau.edu 

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