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All new print and electronic versions of Patterns of World History, Volume One come with access to a full collection of engaging digital learning tools that work with the text to bring content to life and build critical thinking skills.

Digital Access to Patterns of World History, Volume One includes:

  • An enhanced eBook that integrates the narrative with a rich assortment of audio and video resources, including interactive timelines and maps
  • Access to the Oxford Insight Study Guide, a powerful, personalized learning tool designed to help students succeed in their course
  • New Closer Look video activities that help students look more closely into the past and examine historical images with an investigative eye
  • The World History Library consisting of 10 videos (with assessment) in collaboration with the BBC
  • Access to Oxford First Source, a collection of 400+ primary sources from throughout world history
  • Access to History in Practice, a flexible program to build skills on source analysis and synthesis
  • Interactive Maps with assessment that help students parse geographic information at their own pace
  • Interactive Concept maps with assessment for students to test their comprehensions of the patterns in world history
  • Enhanced flashcards, including audio and images of both the terms and definitions to enhance the learning experience for students
  • Timeline exercises in which students sort the historical events within a chapter in chronological order
  • Note-taking guides that teach students how to glean the most relevant information from the text
  • Chapter quizzes designed to help students focus on grasping the important material and self-assess their progress
  • Video and Web links that bring history to life with engaging multimedia

Other resources for Patterns of World History 4e, Volume 1 Student Resources

Author: Sarah Shurts, Professor of History, Bergen Community College

History in Practice engages students in the process of "doing history" via source analysis and synthesis. Its multi-step, inquiry-based approach guides students from the basics of understanding a source to creating informed examinations of the historical world. There are three sections within each module, and each section includes the following:

  • Background, headed with the sect...

Welcome to the home of Oxford First Source: World History, a primary source database.

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