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History Animated Resource Series updated in NCLOR


History Animated Logo The History Animated resource series was updated with 6 new animations. This collection is a series of   depictions of the key naval and land battles using animation technology. The new animations include 4 on The War of 1812 , 1 on The Mexican American War, and 1 animation about the road to the Civil War.

The NCCCS courses that could be enhanced by using these resources are: HIS131, HIS132, HIS145, HIS216,HIS228.

To access the series you can do any of the following:

  • Log into the NCLOR and click on “Browse by Resource Series” and then the History Animated (Military History) series.
  • If you are NCCCS faculty, you can add the links to the resources directly to your LMS based course. (learn how)
  • Simply, click here to view the series as a guest.

History Animated Resource Series Updated


Nine new animations were added to the History Animated resource series. Of the newly added animations, six relate to World War II  battles in Europe including  Rommel’s battles in North Africa. The Battle of Monmouth and the French and Indian War animations were additions to the Revolutionary War series and the Battle of Wilson’s Creek is the new addition to the Civil War series.

The History Animated resource series is open to everyone including guests.

To access the series you can do any of the following:

  • Log into the NCLOR and click on “Browse by Resource Series” and then the History Animated (Military History) series.
  • If you are NCCCS faculty, you can add the links to the resources directly to your LMS based course. (learn how)
  • Simply, click here to view the series as a guest.

History Animated Resource Series added to the NCLOR.


History Animated is a 50 item collection of depictions of the key naval and land battles in WWII (Pacific Battles), US Civil War and the US Revolution using animation technology. These animations can be used in many ways by  providing students with something different than just reading about a battle. The animation are great discussion starters on why a battle happened the way it did.

You can access the this series by logging into the NCLOR and clicking on Browse by Resource Series and then History Animated (Military History). You will be able to sort the items by WWII (Pacific Battles), US Civil War and the US Revolution.

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