Thanks to the following granting agencies for their generous support of our digital projects:

Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS)
As a partner in the Texas Heritage Digitization Initiative (THDI), the UNT Libraries' Portal to Texas History has partnered with the Texas State Library and Archives Commission (TSLAC) for the grant, "Train to Share: Interoperability Training for Cultural Heritage Institutions."  TSLAC is the lead organization for the three-year project to develop state-wide workshops, adapted from the Library of Congress "Cataloging for the 21st Century" series, to provide training on interoperability measures of digitization projects, and principles of sharable metadata developed in a project previously funded by IMLS. 

Summerlee Foundation
Grant to the UNT Libraries for "Rescuing Texas History." Through funds provided by the Summerlee Foundation of Dallas, The Portal to Texas History will offer digitization mini-grants for at-risk local history materials. The grant will begin in January of 2009.  See the collection Rescuing Texas History, 2009.

Texas State Library and Archives Commission
UNT received an LSTA Cooperation grant to microfilm, digitize, and provide free public access to the Bartlett Tribune from 1902-1978.  See The Bartlett Tribune.

Texas State Library and Archives Commission
The Portal team and the Center for American History at UT have received a TexTreasures grant for digitizing "Early Texas Newspapers: 1829-1861," a comprehensive grant to microfilm, digitize, and provide free public access to the earliest Texas newspapers held by the Center for American History.  See the collection Early Texas Newspapers.