Each user who comes to our website may be looking for certain things. For scholars, they are most likely more interested in the Digital Library, seeing who our partners are and where we are at in the digitization project. A student will come looking for context and background information as well as documents to use in school projects or papers. Help with creating lesson plans or finding good primary sources to use in a classroom setting are the needs of educators who come to our site. We hope the Audience portals address these needs as we continue to develop and grow our website.
Learn about what you find on a digital library record and how to use My Collections so you can always find it again.
We realize that our new website is chock full of new things for users to explore and discover but that a guide might be helpful. We’ll be posting on the blog over the next couple of weeks some “tours” of the new pages and resources on the website to better help you find your way. Our first stop? The digital library portal and advanced search!
After almost two years of planning, preparation, and design and development work with our web partner, The Berndt Group, our new web site is live!
Working in cooperation with Stark County, the City of Dickinson, and the Dickinson State University Foundation, the Theodore Roosevelt Center dedicated a new statue of Theodore Roosevelt in front of the Stark County Courthouse in downtown Dickinson on Friday, October 28, 2011.
Read our interview with Chip Bishop, great-grandnephew of Joseph Bucklin Bishop and the author of the recent book, The Lion and the Journalist: The Unlikely Friendship of Theodore Roosevelt and Joseph Bucklin Bishop.