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Welcome to A Collaborative Study in American History, an online study group that was first utilized extensively by students and teachers across the nation during the 1996-97 school year. Since then, we have added several new interactive features including an online quiz, terminology bank, historical document search, and much much more. This site was designed to allow students to interact with teachers and other students in a collaborative effort to understand the various aspects of American history... truly abandoning the "empty-vessel" model of years past. We hope you enjoy the site.
How to use this site...
If your browser supports frames, you'll probably notice a navigation bar to the left. Use these links to skip from section to section, or if your browser doesn't support frames or if you just don't like frames, use the horizontal navigation bar located at the bottom of every page. If all else fails, slam your back button a few hundred times until you return to the home page. To view a list of features on our site or to read about our philosophy concerning instructional technology, please visit the about page. We've tried to design everything on this site to be as straightforward and easy to use as possible, so you should have very little trouble utilizing the site to its fullest extent.
ATTENTION new users! Sign our user guestbook, or find out who else has visited the site. Note: Many guestbook entries are left over from the 1996-97 school year.
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