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Friday, October 28, 2011

History Site Releases All Archives - FREE

Recently announced, Royal Society has released all of their archives to be viewed, FREE permanently. You can search any of their published papers that are more than 70 years old, Again free in their entirety. In total, this makes 60,000 historical scientific papers available. We are talking entries from Benjamin Franklin and Isaac Newton. Wow, That is a find...

You can head on over here to Archives to begin a search down history.... How exciting is this.

Definately want to mark the link below in your favorites:

They also have a newsletter sign up also so you can recieve updates in your inbox.
Applications for Education
The archives of the Royal Society journals could be a valuable resource for students interested in the history of scientific topics. Theoretically, by using the Royal Society archives students could trace the development of concept from its start to modern day.

H/T to Open Culture.

This is a courtesy post of Free Tech 4 Teachers

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