Disclaimer: The information in this User Guide is offered in good faith and believed to be reliable. It is provided for informational purposes only and not intended to provide specific advice.
This User Guide, recently updated, is intended to serve as an instructional reference as you consider launching and realizing an OurStoryBridge project. Its copious detail will help you to capture, retain, communicate and publicize the unique stories that make your community yours—in a manner fitting the 21st century.
This User Guide and the supplementary training materials below, Sample Documents, How-To Videos, and Teacher’s Guide, can help you facilitate the creation of your own OurStoryBridge project and use stories from all OurStoryBridge projects in classrooms across the country.
If you need additional support beyond the OurStoryBridge User Guide and supplementary training materials, we invite you to contact us at email@example.com. We can provide you with additional direct assistance, at no charge, via telephone, email, and in-person meetings. Our work is dependent on funding, but substantial services are supplied by volunteers.
These downloadable documents are linked to the User Guide to provide examples of tools you can use.
The stories hold lessons for your students no matter where they are. As new OurStoryBridge projects come online and stories are added to each, the resources are updated, so check often for stories that can bring your lessons to life!
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This OurStoryBridge project was initially made possible by a Humanities New York grant, with support from the National Endowment for the Humanities, additional support from the Glenn and Carol Pearsall Foundation, Northern New York Library Network, and supportive community members and powered by Memria.org. Continuing support beyond year one has been generously provided by community members. Any views, findings, conclusions, or recommendations expressed in this program do not necessarily represent those of the National Endowment for the Humanities or other sponsors.