The nonprofit Ancient History Encyclopedia (last featured in the 10-17-2017 Scout Report) has expanded considerably in the decade since its launch. One of the more recent additions is its Education section, where visitors will find a handy portal to numerous resources created and curated by AHE staff. For example, its collection of Teaching Resources contains free lesson plans and collections of material paired with classroom teaching tips on topics such as Norse mythology and the culture of Ancient Korea. For those in search of additional material, the Curated Collections section offers a wealth of themed collections that may be used by educators or browsed for pleasure, while the Useful Links section features trustworthy resources curated from institutions like museums and universities. Those interested can also subscribe to the site's Education Newsletter for email updates on new material, such as their forthcoming collection of printables and handouts. Founded in 2009 by Jan van der Crabben, the Encyclopedia's vision is to "help people across the globe gain a deeper, fundamental knowledge of our interconnected human past in order to create curious, open-minded, and tolerant societies in the future."