For his achievements in securing external funding, Dr. Richard Satchwell was inducted into the ISU Million Dollar Club in a ceremony hosted by President Bowman on April 19, 2010. The Million Dollar Club recognizes researchers who have secured grants totaling in excess of one million dollars during their tenure at Illinois State University. Dr. Satchwell, Director of the Library of Congress Teaching with Primary Sources Midwest Region, is the first from Milner Library to achieve this distinction. The inductees received a plaque acknowledging their contributions, and their names will be on display in Hovey Hall.
The purpose of this project is run the Library of Congress’ Teaching with Primary Sources Midwest Region. The Teaching with Primary Sources (TPS) Midwest Region facilitates subcontracts for professional development on the use of digital primary sources available on the Library of Congress website. The TPS Midwest Region serves seventeen Midwest states including Alabama, Arkansas, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, Ohio, Oklahoma, Tennessee, and Wisconsin.
The purpose of this project was to pilot test a regional model for the Library of Congress’ Teaching with Primary Sources Program. The Midwest Center for Teaching with Primary Sources facilitates subcontracts for professional development on the use of digital primary sources available on the Library of Congress website. The Center services eleven states including Illinois, Iowa, Michigan, Ohio, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Nebraska, Kansas, Missouri, Indiana, and Kentucky.
The purpose of this project was to digitize the Native American Collection held by the McLean County Museum of History and publish the collection on the Illinois Digital Archives website maintained by the Illinois State Library.
The purpose of this project is to provide professional development across all disciplines on the acquisition and utilization of the digital primary sources available on the Library of Congress website.
The purpose of this grant was to develop materials and curriculum for a professional development opportunity to enhance certified 9-12 science teachers to facilitate the achievement of selected portions of the Illinois Learning Standards.