resources for the new year
September 22, 2003 ::
Check out eCUIP's newest resources about Ancient Egypt, Langston
Hughes, and the history of Chicago. »
Explore ways of using eCUIP and other digital libraries in your
library, lab, or classroom in a special section of the Web Institute
for Teachers (June 7th August 1st). »
June 25, 2002 ::
Check out the buttons and banners we offer for you to use to link to the
eCUIP Web site. »
March 21, 2002 ::
Find out about our new survey where you can tell us what you
think about this Web site with a special version for kids!
October 26, 2001 ::
out eCUIP's brand new top-level section housing lessons and activities
for teachers to use with their students. »
a full listing of eCUIP announcements and updates that have appeared
previously on this page. »
|R E C E N T U P D A T E S |
January 12, 2004 ::
Research Ancient Egypt using our exclusive
resources: Lost Egypt: Photography and the
Early Documention of Egyptian Monuments and
Religion in the Lives of Ancient Egyptians.
Mirror of the Cosmos
January 12, 2004 ::
how the Cahokians created a complex city layout
based on the cosmic order in this excerpt from
Sally A. Kitt Chappell's Cahokia: Mirror of
September 15, 2003 ::
Explore Chicago's neighborhoods and
communities with excerpts from the 1986 book.
September 11, 2003 ::
Listen to Chicago high school students
recite a selection of Hughes' poems.
March 27, 2003 ::
Take a virtual tour of the Chicago World's Fair
5, 2002 ::
Learn about the cultures around the world and
through history that have observed the heavens
in this new Science module.
9, 2002 ::
Explore the whimsical work of this famous sculptor
in this new Fine Arts module.
25, 2002 ::
Choose from eight different buttons and banners
to use to link to the eCUIP Web site.
The people who made this Web site want to make
it better! Tell us all about yourself and what
you like and don't like about this Web site!
21, 2002 ::
Tell us about how you found
about eCUIP, how you use this Web site, and whether
this Web site serves your information needs.