If you haven’t read anything by George Couros, I’d recommend bookmarking his blog and finding 5 minutes to read his posts. He causes me to reflect on my own experiences in a way that encourages growth. Such is the case with his recent blog, “The Feedback of Failure.” Continue reading
Nov 11: Cyber Security: Concerns, Strategies and Solutions for Schools (edWeb.net)
Nov 12: How to Introduce Fun and Playful Stem Robotics in Your Afterschool Program (National Afterschool Association)
Nov 12: Voice Devices and Beyond in the Classroom (edWeb.net)
Nov 12: Dishing Up Some Digital Citizenship (Future Ready Librarians)
Nov 13: Best Children’s Books of 2019 (Utah State Library)
Nov 13: Teaching Cybersecurity: What You Need to Know (edWeb.net)
NOTE: You must open the remainder of the post to find the links to these webinars.
Grant Writing can be a tedious, time-consuming process., and if your grant isn’t funded, you can easily become discouraged. I mentioned that this specialized form of writing is a process. This also includes perseverance.
I attended a grant writing webinar, Grants: What’s Available and How to Get Them, earlier this week and found many take-a-ways. You can still register and watch the recording.
The Digital Initiatives team at the North Dakota State Library has been keeping busy. Many items have been uploaded onto Digital Horizons in the last couple of months. Listed below is a highlight of new items added to the North Dakota State Library’s online collections. You can access the items featured below by clicking on them or by visiting the Digital Horizons website (where you will also find thousands of other treasures).
- Breaking sod in Ward County, N.D., 1904
- Cattle and farm machinery mortgaged for $150 in Walhalla, N.D., 1939
- Christmas mail arriving for the soldiers of 164th Infantry on Guadalcanal, 1942
- Civilian Conservation Corps Co. 2767 Christmas Menu, 1936
- Civilian Conservation Corps Co. 2767 Thanksgiving Menu, 1936
- Dedication of the Ward County Courthouse in Minot, N.D., 1930
- Edward Siguaw’s paryroll book from WWI, 1917
- Four men working in a North Dakota coal mine, circa early 1900s
- Grave of PFC. Wendell A. Paulson of Company I, 164th Infantry, on Guadalcanal, circa 1942-1943
- Military cemetery on Guadalcanal, circa 1942-1943
- North Dakota teaching certificate of Catherine Siguaw, 1953
- Soldiers of Company I, 164th Infantry, pose with local boys on Fiji, circa 1942-1945
- Soo Line Depot in Minot, N.D., circa early 1900s
ND Atlases and Plat Books
ND State Documents
ND County & Town Histories