If you haven’t noticed, we have made a bit of a change around here. After many months of planning and development, The Dictionary Project is pleased to unveil our new website, with a sleeker design and easier-to-find features. Your feedback over the past year has been instrumental in creating a website that is not only user friendly, but also contains valuable information about education in your community – right your fingertips. The new website’s home page features real time statistics and an interactive map showing school coverage across the county. Sponsors now have the ability to look up school information by geographic location using up-to-date Google maps. This is a great way to find schools in your area that have never received a dictionary donation. Even better, when you click on a sponsored school, you can see which organization has made the donation for the current year. Our hope is that different groups in a community can work together to make sure every school in their area receives dictionaries. Another great feature is our sponsor profiles. Sponsors can look up their organization by name and track when they started the project, how many dictionaries have been donated, and much more. If you are making a presentation to your club or trying to prepare for the next school year, this is a great resource. If you are new to The Dictionary Project and want to start a project for the very first time, we have an informative page that can walk you through the process, along with a video of a local project from start to finish. You can always go straight to our bookshelf and peruse through the different books we have available and make a donation online. We hope you like the new look! Please feel free to contact us and share your thoughts. Thank you, The Dictionary Project team.