Contacts: Several of you asked for information on who to call/contact for different services.
- Our main email is firstname.lastname@example.org. Direct inquiries here and we will make sure your request gets to the correct person.
- To talk with someone about footlocker reservations, call 406-444-9553.
- To talk with someone about tours, call 406-444-4794.
- To talk with someone about the textbook, call 406-444-4740.
- To contact our research center, email email@example.com or call 406-444-2681.
- You can also always email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I'll do my best to get you to a person who can help you.
- Even better than archiving posts yourself is using the tags and search functions on http://teachingmontanahistory.blogspot.com/. Look in the right hand column for a search box, a list of posts by date, and a list of tags. Click on a tag of interest (from "archaeology" to "worksheets") and see what comes up.
No doubt about it, we have a lot of stuff--and that can make it hard to find what you need. We've tried to organize material intuitively--but what's intuitive to us may not be for you. As part of our Online Professional Development, we have two tutorials to help you navigate our site:
- Montana: Stories of the Land Companion Website and Teacher’s Guide Professional Development Training (Part 1 of this Camtasia presentation walks you through the website, with resources for all ages, not just for middle school. Part 2 walks you through the textbook site--this site is designed for middle school use but has resources useful to other ages as well.)
- Montana Historical Society Educator Resources (This video features in more conversational style four of our resources: Hands on History Footlockers, Charlie Russell Lesson Plans, Montana: Stories of the Land, and the Women's History Project.)
- If you are still frustrated, drop me an email. I'm always happy to help where I can.
More next week.