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5. For Instructors

Thank you for adopting Of the People: A History of the United States. Oxford University Press is pleased to offer these instructor resources to you online; here you will find materials for creating lectures, discussion sessions, presentations, quizzes and tests. Additional content from the textbook includes maps (all 120 available for download as PDFs), and a selected, permissions-free image bank.

Your main resources for both the comprehensive and concise editions will be a complete Instructor's Manual and a Test Bank, both of which you can download as Word Documents by clicking on the hyperlinked titles in this sentence. (Concise users: please note that the concise Test Bank has been edited to accompany the concise text.  The Instructor’s Manual is the same for both editions).  All of the other materials you’ll find grouped by chapter, 1 through 31 (see the left-hand navigation bar). A separate Instructor’s Resource CD with computerized test-bank software and a course management cartridge is also available for each edition. Please contact your personal OUP Sales Representative for more information.

Download the PDF version of the Instructor's Manual to your computer.

Download the Word version of the Test Bank for the comprehensive edition.

Download the Word version of the Test Bank for the concise edition.

Be sure to read the "Supplements" and "Packaging" pages of this website to learn more about books and online resources available to you and your students through Oxford. Your local OUP Sales Representative will be happy to partner with you to make a customized learning experience for your students, drawing upon the full academic offerings of the Press: www.oup.com/us

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