The University of Texas at Austin’s “Presidential Timeline of the 20th Century” was honored on Nov. 28 with an award from the Archivist of the United States. The award recognizes the creativity and perseverance that a multidisciplinary University of Texas at Austin team applied in creating an online resource where anyone with Internet access can go to virtually experience the lives of 20th century presidents. The interactive, intuitive Timeline features audio and video clips, photos and digitized documents that offer an engrossing view into the daily lives of American presidents. Many of these resources previously were accessible only to a select group of serious scholars. Experts at each of the Presidential Libraries, K-12 teachers, university faculty, archivists, education specialists and top technology experts nationwide were consulted in the creation of the Timeline, and a major goal was to develop interesting educational activities that encourage teachers to use the Timeline in class.