Students have greatly enjoyed learning about history using these new digital tools. It excites them and ruptures the more traditional course deployment by allowing a more participatory and collaborative learning environment. I first introduced this new teaching method in an upper division Blacks in the English Archive course. The students and I digitally mapped American and British black subjects including Phyllis Wheatley, Ottobah Quobna Cugoano, Frederick Douglass, Olaudah Equiano and others. The students really appreciated this approach, and it provided a refreshing method to learning about these new subjects and learning their biographical narratives.