This is a list of essential digital resources for studying Classics. The blog has more details. If I have you think that I left anything out, please contact me.
The Classics Library lists all examination specifications for Classical subjects
- Classics at Oxford: Web resources
- Classics Resources
- University of Canterbury: websites for Classics
- Electronic Resources for Classicists
- Latin Resources on the Internet
- Ancient World OnLine
There are many alternatives to PowerPoint (and Google Slides & Keynote), some of them are free, most require some sort of subscription. Some interesting ones include:
Personally, I think Explain Everything ticks all the boxes.
This section lists resources that aren’t categorised so easily.
ClassTools by Russell Tarr has provided a host of materials to use in schools.
Nearpod is a tool that helps teachers engage and guide students using mobile devices.
The following websites provide more guidance on digital resources to use in teaching and learning:
This is a calendar of Roman dates, festivals and important events in Roman history. For information about current events in the Classical World, refer to the Classics Library or the Classical Association website.
This is a scrapbook of some good posts or articles on aspects of the ancient world.