St. Bonaventure University (SBU):
School of Arts and Sciences
Friedsam Library University Archives (Dennis Frank, university archivist, works closely with the department supervising interns and working with classes. He is particularly involved in History 206: Introduction to Public History and History 419: Digital History and Archival Practices. Students created much of the history of the university found on the site.)
American Historical Association
Organization of American Historians
National Council on Public History
History faculty are participating in the Tuning Project through the American Historical Association. The Tuning Project is a global initiative encompassing multiple disciplines, but for our purposes the goal is to define the core attributes of the history discipline and what a person who studies history should know and should be able to do. What follows from that is a discussion of the best way to teach history.
Here are some links:
Closely related to the Tuning Project are resources on the Scholarship on Learning in History
Historians on Teaching
History Learning Project
The History Teacher
Over the past generation the study of history involves more than just paper (as much as we love books) so here are some links on history, computing, and digital information.
The American Association for History and Computing
Stanford History Education Group