you dont get what you want. for example for renaissance resource's there are patches of lessons here and there and you have to dig a lot to get some lessons. not user friendly website and poor customer service. i will not recommend and they dont refund the money as i have not used it since i got it for my daughter. when you buy make sure you cancell the automatic renewal of subscription as they always make the subscription renue anally. waste of money and time
Working on a student history paper or supporting your kids doing their homework? http://www.schoolhistory.co.uk is well laid out and organised with clear topic lines and good links. From the Romans to the Cold War and Vietnam, there are the predictable WW1 / WW2 / Nazi Germany topics but also sections on the Women's Movement, Civil Right, Native Americans, Agriculture and Medicine amongst many others. Primarily targeted at students from primary up to secondary (age 4 to 18) it offers solid information that would serve quite a few university students quite well for basic reviews of history topics.
Check out the interactive diagrams to help you get started on planning a paper -http://www.schoolhistory.co.uk/diagrams/ A good resource for helping students understand the key points of the topic and organising their thoughts to answer essay questions. Helpful.
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