Applied Public History: Places, People, Stories. A new IHR MOOC

Applied Public History: Places, People, Stories. A new IHR MOOC

By Catherine Clarke In this post Professor Catherine Clarke introduces the IHR’s new MOOC (Massive Open Online Course) in Applied Public History, which is now available. Who’s it for, why should you get involved, and what did Catherine and the many people...
Layers of London: news digest for June

Layers of London: news digest for June

By Liam Cunningham Despite being stuck at home we at Layers of London are still hard at work and busy preparing a programme of public engagement for the summer. This month we have several exciting digital events planned, new volunteering opportunities and — as...
New, free education resources from Layers of London

New, free education resources from Layers of London

Layers of London has created free teacher and student packs to support Key Stage 2 and 3 students and help teachers create their own class collections. Layers of London is a project that aims to engage with hundreds of thousands of Londoners from and...