To provide free, widely accessible content about Eastern Europe and Eurasia, CSEEES has worked with Ohio State faculty and graduate student experts to create online modules that are self-contained units of instruction for K-12 students and teachers, as well as community college educators and students. Modules are in a variety of formats, are fully accessible, and are made to provide users with additional resources and information to further their study of a topic and/or country.
- "Baltic Tenacity: Survival and Preservation of the Baltic Cultures through the Years of the Russian Empire and Soviet Union" by Dr. Maria Ignatieva. Format: u.osu.edu website.
- "Czech and Slovak Theatrical Design of the 20th Century" by Dr. Dan Matthews. Format: Youtube video
- "From Population Exchange to Ethnic Cleansing: Forced Migration in 20th-Century Eastern Europe" by Dr. Theodora Dragostinova. Format: Youtube video with a fully accessible transcript available.
- "An Introduction to Uzbekistan" by Henry Misa, Alisher Khaliyarov, and Dr. Madina Djuraeva. Format: u.osu.edu website.
- "Medical and Healthcare Innovation in Estonia" by Dr. Lorraine Wallace and Steven Mousetes. Format: Youtube video with a fully accessible transcript available. PowerPoint available for download through Knowledge Bank.
- "An Overview of Czech Language, History, and Culture" by Ashton Kimbler. Format: Youtube video with a fully accessible transcript available.
- "Uzbek" by Kamola Azimova. Format: u.osu.edu website
- "Youth Culture in Postcommunist Romania" by Dr. Adela Lechintan-Siefer. Format: Google website with embedded content.
Is there a module topic that you want to use in your classroom but don't see above? Email CSEEES at email@example.com to let us know what topics you are looking for!