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Credits

About the Project

The Byrd Polar Research Center is recognized internationally as a leader in polar and alpine research. The Center is named in honor of Admiral Richard E. Byrd, America's most famous polar explorer. Activities at the Center are organized around research groups, a library, archival program, and the U. S. Polar Rock Repository. The Byrd Polar Research Center Archival Program is a collaborative effort of the Ohio State University Libraries and Byrd Polar Research Center.

The History Teaching Institute is the P-16 portal of The Harvey Goldberg Program for Excellence in Teaching, providing professional development in history to teachers and making standards-based, teacher-created, primary source lessons available on the web.

Special thanks to the Kane Lodge Foundation, Inc., for their generous support of the Byrd Polar Research Center Archival Program. Their continued support has made Cold Cases possible.


Production Team:

Stuart Hobbs, Director, History Teaching Institute

Laura Kissel, Polar Curator, Byrd Polar Research Center Archival Program

David Staley, Director, Goldberg Center for Excellence in Teaching

Mitchell Shelton, Development and Design

Chris Aldridge, Additional Development

Roy Lambert, Matthew Roberson, Staff, Goldberg Center for Excellence in Teaching

 

Master Teachers:

June Krayer, Whitehall-Yearling High School (Whitehall City Schools)

Gary Scott Kleptach, Harding High School (Marion City Schools)

Alison Latino, Fairborn High School (Fairborn City Schools)

Mike McCarthy, Newark High School (Newark City Schools)

Robert Snavely, Hillsboro High School (Hillsboro City Schools)

Jody Wertz, Colonel Crawford High School (Colonel Crawfrod Local Schools)

Gloria Wu, Bowsher High School (Toledo Public Schools)

University Libraries. Byrd Polar Research Center. History Teaching Institute.