Frequently Asked Questions
This page answers Frequently Asked Questions about the project, this website, and the why and how of creating an account with The Humanities Project.
On The Humanities Project website, you can browse an extensive collection of curriculum modules designed with K-12 audiences in mind. However, it will be engaging for college students and lifelong learners alike.
Upon creating an account, you’ll also gain access to website tools that allow you to create collections of your favorite curriculum and share those items with your audiences. We hope educators use these classroom tools to help guide learning.
No, you do not need a user account to access the materials available through The Humanities Project, but doing so will allow you to curate curriculum collections, favorite curriculum, and engage with other users across the site.
Creating an account is a great way to personalize your experience of The Humanities Project and the many curricular resources available on this site.
To create an account for The Humanities Project, navigate to the Create an Account page, then fill out and submit the form. Once complete, you will receive a welcome email with an activation link. Your account will be created once you click the activation link.
Creating an account on The Humanities Project creates a public page where other users can find your collections and favorited items.
To reset your password, navigate to the “lost your password” page and provide your email address. Once you click “Get New Password,” you will be sent a link to reset your password.
When you are logged into The Humanities Project you’re able to create custom collections from any curriculum page.
From a Curriculum Page
Once logged in, every curriculum page has two small icons next to its title. The square icon allows you to add the curriculum to a collection. Upon clicking that icon, you’ll be presented with your created collections and an opportunity to create a new collection. Provide a collection name and click “Create New Collection.” Upon creating a new collection, you can add curriculum to it by clicking “Add to Collection.”
Once logged into The Humanities Project, you can favorite curriculum and add curriculum to collections. To favorite a curriculum, navigate to the curriculum and click the heart icon. All of your favorited curricula will appear on your account page.
The curriculum materials across the site are available for download and use in your classroom and future research (including images, text, and audio).
To download a specific type of material from a curriculum, click on the corresponding icon in the top lefthand side of the curriculum page (see screenshot below,) or click “Download All Materials” to download all associated files.
In general, images will be available as ZIP files, while all text is formatted as PDFs.
The New Mexico Museum of Art wants its resources to be as accessible as possible. For a website, one component of accessibility is language. The Humanities Project includes human translated text, but also employs machine translation to enable the site to be fully explored in languages other than English. On the bottom left side of your window you will see the translation plugin on our site which allows users to toggle between other frequently used languages:
We acknowledge that all languages have a variety of dialects and manners of speaking and that both human and machine translation may differ from individual dialects. The use of machine translation isn’t perfect, but it allows for full website accessibility in a visitor’s preferred language. We hope that you find interest and value in the Humanities Project, in any language.
Still have questions? Contact us.