We invite educators and their students to practice the study of history through Clio. Over 200 instructors at educational institutions across the United States are using Clio to teach important skills such as research, historical thinking, writing, and digital literacy.
Our suite of educator resources offers assignment ideas, rubrics, and other helpful handouts. We encourage creativity, so feel free to use these resources as a springboard for your plans. Please contact us at email@example.com if you have questions, ideas, or simply want to share what you and your students have done with Clio.
Students develop new entries from the ground up and contribute to Clio's growing collection.
Students find entries that need improvement, a stronger narrative, and more images, sources, and links.
Student work together to create a walking tour or heritage trail centered around a place, historical topic, or theme.
1. Sign Up for a free Instructor Account
2. Integrate Clio into your classroom lessons
3. Utilize Clio's suite of handouts for developing assignments and helping students with creating entries and tours.
4. Share your finished product with marketing materials and press releases.
Instructor Accounts allow teachers and their students to create entries and tours.
Instructor Accounts have two logins.
1. The Admin Login for the person who will oversee and approve entries.
2. The Group Login for anyone who is contributing content for your class. You share this password with your students, who will enter their names in their entry drafts.
1.Outlines for All Entry Types
3.Clio Entry Example Semester Plan
4.Clio Entry Assignment Rubric
5.Clio Entry Checklist for Students
6.Clio Entry - Assignment Sheet
7.Developing Assignments With Clio
8.Clio Entry Assignment Rubric
Learn how other educators have used Clio in the Classroom!