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Immigration and Human Movement

Spring 2010


A Collaborative Project developed by the Internet2 K20 Community

Connect your students to their peers around the country, field experts and primary sources related to current U.S. History. 

  • All project activities are free to participating classes,
  • Target Audience - Grades 3-12
  • You must have access to H.323 videoconferencing to participate.

By April 1 - Register online by submitting your planned topic of study

Immigration and Human Movement is a multi state project, involving students in grades 3rd - 12th, sponsored by organizations in New York, North Dakota, Pennsylvania, and Texas. This project is collaborative effort resulting from work through an Internet2 community and committee.

Your students will have the opportunity to collaborate with their peers in the partner states and engage in live discussions with experts across a variety of topics related to this theme. A final multipoint videoconference event in May will feature class presentations featuring their project work.

Student Focused. Land Grant. Research University.

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