Welcome to HumBox

Welcome to HumBox

The HumBox is a new way of storing, managing and publishing your Humanities teaching resources on the web. Share handouts, exercises, podcasts, videos and anything else you can imagine!

Sign up for a free account, or take a look at what's already inside.

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Calling all HumBox users!

If you have used a HumBox resource in your teaching, we would love to know more about how you used it! What did your students think of it? How did you adapt it? Please tell us more about how you use HumBox by dropping us an email!

OT12 Resources on HumBox

The OT12 MOOC in Open translation was run by the Department for Modern Languages at the Open University. It has now finished, but you can find open resources related to the course here on HumBox in the Open Translation group or by searching under 'ot12'.

OpenLIVES - Spanish emigre stories

The JISC-funded OpenLIVES project has used the HumBox to publish a selection of life history interviews documenting the experiences of Spanish migrants in the 20th Century. A team comprising Spanish researchers and students from Southampton, Leeds and Portsmouth has created OERs using this data and shared them here!

Find all OpenLIVES emigre interviews here

Watch this video about the project.

Review of HumBox Resources by Employers

Have you shared your resources in HumBox? Would you consider having some of your resources reviewed or endorsed by employers? If so, please contact Antonio Martinez-Arboleda sllama@leeds.ac.uk and find out more about this OU SCORE-funded project.

Watch this video about the project.

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