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I would like to add another great, free resource for designed specifically for students ages 13 and older - www.icue.com

It was created by NBC News and designed specifically around three courses: English Language & Composition, U.S. History and U.S Government & Politics.

iCue.com has thousands of historic video clips mined from the NBC News archives, current event clips, primary source documents, charts, graphs, images and cartoons.

Mini-documentaries lasting just a few minutes tell the story of mercantilism, federalism, and hundreds of other stories of US history. All of this content is easily searchable, organized by topic, correlated to A.P. course outlines and vetted by seasoned teachers.

More than just a video library, iCue is a collaborative learning environment designed to engage students with monitored forums, special activities and fun learning games.

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