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Anza Portrait (Orsi, 1774)
Juan Bautista de Anza, drawn from portrait in oil by Fray Orsi in 1774.


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The Web de Anza Project

A project of the Center for Advanced Technology in Education (CATE), College of Education, University of Oregon

Director:
Lynne Anderson-Inman, Ph.D.
Project Coordinator:
Mark Horney, Ph.D.
Web Developer:
Judith Blair
Content Coordinator:
Phil Kessinger

The design, construction and evaluation of Web de Anza is a collaborative effort that began in the Spring of 1997. Orchestrated by the Center for Advanced Technology in Education (CATE) at the University of Oregon, the goal of the project is to construct and study a model "web-based study environment" appropriate for instruction in the humanities and supportive of teaching historical inquiry in the schools. Initial funding for the Web de Anza Project was provided by a seed grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities ($50,000). In the Spring of 1998 the National Park Service's Challenge Cost Share Program awarded Web de Anza $30,000 to digitize and add to Web de Anza the English and Spanish versions of eight expedition diaries. These funds were matched by an additional $30,000 from the University of Oregon. Later the same year, the U.S. Department of Education's Consortium for Education program awarded the Web de Anza Project $50,000 to support field-based implementation at 10 schools in Arizona, California and Oregon. Teachers at participating schools are creating lessons for using Web de Anza and adding to the website through school-based research projects focusing on historical inquiry. Beginning May 1, 1999, the Center for Advanced Technology in Education will receive additional funding from the National Endowment for the Humanities for the purposes of expanding the multimedia materials available at Web de Anza and working with an additional group of schools.

Beyond the issue of funding, the Web de Anza Project is immensely grateful for the active collaboration of numerous organizations, agencies and consultants. These include:

Organizations and Agencies in California

National Park Service, Pacific Western Region
Meredith Kaplan, Superintendent
Juan Bautista de Anza National Historic Trail

California Historical Society
Michael McCone, Director

Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History
John Johnson, Curator of Anthropology

Oakland Museum of California
Sarah Urquhart, History Program Coordinator

Riverside Museum of Natural History
Chris Moser

Mission San Gabriel Arcángel
Helen Nelson, Museum Curator

Presidio of San Francisco
Nancy Caplan, Education Coordinator & Leo Barker, Archeologist

Costonoan Indian Research Center
Ann-Marie Sayers, Director and Tribal Chairperson

Holman & Associates: Archeological Consultants
Miley Holman, President and Chief Archeologist

Gibson Archeological Consultants
Robert Gibson, Principal Archeologist

Los Californianos
Lucinda LoBuglio


Organizations and Agencies in Arizona & New Mexico

Arizona Historical Society
Felipe Jácome, Executive Director

Arizona Historical Society - Rio Colorado Division
Megan Reid, Director

Documentary Relations of the Southwest
University of Arizona
Father Charles Polzer

Presidio of Tubac
Cindy Krug, Director

Tumacacori National Historical Park
Don Garate, Chief of Interpretation

Anza Trail Coalition
Reba Grandrud, Trail Coordinator

Palace of Governors of New Mexico
Diana De Santis



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