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The Digital Library of the Caribbean FIU Technology Fee -Strengthening Caribbean Research through TechnologyBrooke Wooldridge Project Coordinator Digital Library of the Caribbean brooke.wooldridge@fiu.edu; www.dloc.com Fall 2011

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dLOCCollaboration 26 Partners –Caribbean, Europe and USAccess to Caribbean ResourcesOver 3.3 million hits since 2006 Over 1.54 million pages of contentDigitization Training Program for PartnersCaribbean Studies and Educational Outreach Monthly Hits March 2007 –March 2011 dLOCOral Histories Workshop ACURIL 2011 Tampa, FL

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dLOCCollaboration dLOCPartners with Collections Online Partner Training Technical Infrastructure Institutional Support

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1. Assess faculty and student needs for Caribbean research 26 faculty responded in the Spring 2011 50% teach Caribbean courses, 72% teach on Caribbean 56% didn’t know about dLOC, 12% use it for teaching research 2. Collaborate with courses focusing on the Caribbean 3. Conduct outreach to student academic associations 4. Develop faculty/student training and online exhibits GIS Day Map Exhibit, In Class Presentations, Flora of the Caribbean (pending) 5. Work with faculty to develop educational materials using the content available in dLOC that will support general student/faculty research (8,000 pages of content to support FIU teaching and research) Interest in more documents in Spanish, Linguistics, Disaster and recovery in Haiti, Biodiversity and ecology, Voodoo, Women and religions, Migrations and religions, West Indian Journal of MedicineFIU Tech Fee Project Targeted Departments African and African Diaspora Studies, Biology, Global and Sociocultural Studies, History, Latin American and Caribbean Studies, Modern Languages and Politics and International Relations

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Caribbean literature plays an important ro le in understanding the region. Current and historical items in dLOC serve a vari ety of research needs in the region. A literature sub-collection is in discussi on with several users of the site. Title: Ecrivains Haitiens Author: Dantes Bellegarde Year: 1950 Contributor: Bibliotheque Haitiennedes Peres du Saint Esprit Title: Kyk-Over-Al Author: British Guiana’s Writer’s Assn Year: online from 1948 -1995 Contributor: Universityof Florida Title: La revistadel Viga Author: EdicionesVigia Year: 1990 Contributor: Universityof FloridaLiterature

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Many dLOC partners also contribute collections on the early history of slavery and emancipation. Items include books, manuscripts, maps, prints and much more. Title: The Honorable Sam Sharpe Collection: Jamaica Unshackled Contributor: National Library of Jamaica Title: Letterbookfor the Simon Plantation, St. Kitts Creator: Samuel Cary Date: 1772 Contributor: Universityof FloridaHistory of Slavery

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Caribbean plantsvouchered and expertly identified by Dr. ScottZonaduring his 25 years of botanical research in the Caribbean. Laraceae Dominica, Freshwater LakeFlora, Landscape and Architecture Kenneth Treister Architect Collection of 3,000 Photographs, Architectural Drawings, Project Files, Etc

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Historical and Current Serial Publications Title: Trinidad Guardian Date: 1917-1931 online Contributor: Universityof Florida Title: Haiti En Marche Date: 1999-2001 online Contributor: PublisherCaribbean Newspaper Digital LibraryCurrent Stats: 150 titles, approx. 325,000 pages 5,000 visits and 700,000 hitsSelect Academic JournalsCaribbean Review of Books Caribbean Ornithology EmeEme Kyk-Over-Al Jamaica Journal MaComere SargassoGovernment Gazettes100,000 pages 19 titles

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dLOC hosts many materials about the trade, manufacture, and Cuban sugar cultivation records from the 1850s until the Cuban sugar industry by the government of Fidel Castro. The collection provides descriptions of the social, political, and economic environment in which Cuban sugar was manufactured. 1917 Map of Cuba showing all working sugar estates. Cuba Cane Sugar Corporation Cuban Sugar Collections

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Title: Digital images of Alan Lomax photographs Location: Lopinot, Trinidad Contributor: Association of Cultural Equity Alan Lomax Photographs and Recordings from the Caribbean are being added! CARICOM is building a comprehensive collection of CARIFESTA materials.Culture and Arts Title: Haitian Voodoo Recordings – Ceremony baptemetambour Location: Haiti Contributor: Universityof Florida13 Maya DerenRecordings

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Encourage communication across institutions working to assist Haiti’s libraries.Coordinate technical and in-kind assistance for Haiti’s libraries.Raise money to support specific collection/archival recovery and preservation projects in Haiti Elizabeth Chin, a Katherine Dunham specialist from Occidental College, and University of Florida students at PHPI Benefit SobeExport employees preparing the shipment for Haiti. August 2010 Preservation Training. June 2010Protecting Haitian Patrimony Joint FIU/UM Fundraiser Little Haiti Cultural Center February 2011

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dLOCEducational Outreach Teacher Training Miami, FL Facilitator : Matthew J. Smith, Lecturer, UWI Mona Sponsor: Latin American and Caribbean Center at FIU Caribbean Diversity and Technology Workshops

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The Digital Library of the Caribbean FIU Technology Fee -Strengthening Caribbean Research through TechnologyBrooke Wooldridge Project Coordinator Digital Library of the Caribbean brooke.wooldridge@fiu.edu; www.dloc.com Email DLOC@FIU.EDU from your FIU Email to receive a link to a 5 question quiz about the Digital Library of the Caribbean.


FIU Technology Fee - Strengthening Caribbean Research through Technology In Class Presentation
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Title: FIU Technology Fee - Strengthening Caribbean Research through Technology In Class Presentation
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Creator: Wooldridge, Brooke
Publication Date: August 2011
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Abstract: The Digital Library of the Caribbean (dLOC) is a cooperative digital library for resources from and about the Caribbean and circum-Caribbean. dLOC provides access to digitized versions of Caribbean cultural, historical and research materials currently held in archives, libraries, and private collections. This technology fee project will leverage the existing dLOC partnerships specifically for the benefit of FIU students and faculty in the areas of pedagogy, ciriccula and technology. Strengthening Caribbean Research through Technology will provide FIU faculty and students with the tools needed to incorporate primary and secondary sources from the Caribbean into their teaching and research. Funds will be used to support access to and to increase content in the already over 1 million pages of resources in the Digital Library of the Caribbean's full text and full page image database. In addition, this project will enable new digitization of titles as selected by FIU faculty or students. Most importantly, this project implements an outreach plan that will ensure incorporation of these materials into existing classes which will diversify the curriculum and develop new linkages for FIU students and faculty for research and internships with dLOC partners in the Caribbean.
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