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What should be on a NHD website?

What should be on a NHD website?

To engage and inform viewers, your website should incorporate interactive multimedia, text, non-textual descriptions (e.g., photographs, maps, music, etc.), and interpretations of sources. To construct a website, you must have access to the Internet and be able to operate appropriate software and equipment.

What is the NHD theme for 2021?

Debate & Diplomacy in History
Debate & Diplomacy in History The theme is chosen for broad application to world, national, or state history and its relevance to ancient history or to the more recent past. The 2021-2022 theme is Debate & Diplomacy in History: Successes, Failures, Consequences.

How do you enter National History Day?

The first step to entering the National History Day Contest is by creating an entry and submitting it at your local level. The top entries from each level move on to the next level. Each state/affiliate has a contest between January and May.

How to use NHD website editor for History Day?

Using the NHD Website Editor for History Day Websites The Basics 1. Log on to www.nhd.org. Click on the left-hand link “Start your website entry at the NHD web portal.” You can also go there directly: http://nhd.weebly.com/. 2. Fill in a username and password. Choose “student” or “teacher” from the drop-down menu. 3. Give your site a title.

How to build your own NHD web site?

Sign in to your account to build your NHD website. If you do not have an account, please register now. Sign in… Forgot Password? Register… Your parent must register you, and give you permission to use our site. Need help?

Where can I download nHD high resolution data?

NHDPlus HR raster data files are available for download as zipped (.7z) files. The NHD High Resolution can be directly downloaded in shapefile or file geodatabase (GDB) format by Hydrologic Unit (HU), state, or the entire nation.

What do you mean by process paper in nHD?

A process paper is a description of how you conducted your research, developed your topic idea, and created your entry. The process paper must also explain the relationship of your topic to the contest theme. For more information on the Process Paper and other rules, review the Contest Rule Book (English) / Contest Rule Book (Spanish). Brainstorm!