|for educators from K-12 and other interested parties|
MUSEUMS, CULTURAL INSTITUTIONS AND PROGRAMS: contains relevant information on institutions located on Aquidneck Island that host school groups, or run special programs for school groups. Descriptions of the most recent available programs, contact information, prices, etc. is provided. This section is listed alphabetically by institution or program name.
AUDIO-VISUAL AND OTHER MATERIALS: contains videos, audio CDs, plays, and special photograph collections that were available pertaining to the topic. These materials are listed by material type and relevant subjects.
REPOSITORIES: Addresses and telephone numbers
A bibliography of resources pertaining to the Social History of Aquidneck Island for educators K-12
Compiled by Norine Carroll
for the Aquidneck Collaborative For Education Newport, Rhode Island, 2002.
Funded by the generous support of the Ocean State Charities Trust with the assistance of Salve Regina University.
This database is intended as a guide to the resources available pertaining to the social history of Aquidneck Island for teachers from Kindergarten to 12th grade, and other interested parties. All materials have been located in repositories on Aquidneck Island. There are additional resources on the subject that are available off-island, but they were not accessed for use in this bibliography. Not all materials pertain to "history." Many can be used to teach science, civic education, language arts, social studies, religion, and other subjects. This catalogue is by no means complete, but rather should be considered an evolving work. Download the entire database as an MS Excel workbook.
© Copyright 2002-2003 The Aquidneck Collaborative for Education
Updated December 2003
An Initiative of the Education Department and McKillop Library, Salve Regina University