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Title: Digital Library of the Caribbean ( dLOC ) Giving Brochure
Physical Description: Brochure
Creator: Wooldridge, Brooke
Santamaria-Wheeler, Lourdes
Digital Library of the Caribbean ( dLOC )
Publisher: Digital Library of the Caribbean ( dLOC )
Place of Publication: Miami, FL
Publication Date: 3/2/2012
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Source Institution: FIU: Special Collections
Holding Location: FIU: Special Collections
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution.
System ID: AA00010253:00001

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For more information, please contact: Brooke Wooldridge Project Director Digital Library of the Caribbean 11200 SW 8th St., GL225 Miami, FL 33199 (305) 348-3008 Yes, I/we wish to join The Digital Library of the Caribbean at the following annual level: $25 Student Member $50 Scholar Member $100 Contributing Member $250 Supporting Member $500 Sustaining Member $1,000 Executive Sustaining Member Other: $ Name Address City State Zip Phone E-mail Method of Payment: Check. Enclosed is my contribution, payable to FIU Foundation. Charge. Please charge $________ to my Visa MasterCard AmericanExpress monthly quarterly annually one time only Account Number Expiration Date Name on Card Signature Your gift to the Digital Library of the Caribbean is a tax-deductible contribution to Florida International University. After your gift has been received, we will send you an acknowledgement/receipt. Thank you for your generosity. Inside image courtesy of the George A. Smathers Libraries. A new and correct map of the American Islands now called the West Indies with the whole coast of the neighboring continent. Kitchin, Thomas. 1762. www.dloc.com/UF90000150DIGITAL LIBRARY OF THE CARIBBEAN BIBLIOTECA DIGITAL DEL CARIBE BIBLIOTHQUE NUMRIQUE DES CARABES

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In the Digital Library of the Caribbean (dLOC) youll discover one of the worlds largest collections of photographs, maps, books, periodicals and manuscripts about the Caribbean, contributed by libraries and institutions worldwide. The collection empowers an international community of students, scholars and policy-makers, as well as the Caribbean diaspora and others curious about the islands, to bring the Caribbean to their computer screens. Now approaching one impact thanks to the support of its global partners. Florida International University (FIU) and the University of Florida (UF) provide administrative and technical support, enabling partner institutions to build their capacity to digitize and provide access to their materials. Members like you make it possible for us to add new content from the Caribbean and make it freely available online. Thank you for helping us expand!The Digital Library of the Caribbean Partner Institutionsas of March 2012Archives Nationales dHati Aruba National Library Association of Cultural Equity Bibliothque Nationale Hati Bibliothque Hatienne des Pres du St-Esprit Biblioteca Rafael Herrera Cabral Belize National Library Brown University Caribbean Community Secretariat Caribbean Information Resource Network The College of The Bahamas Curaao Public Library Duke University Educa Vision Inc. Florida International University Florida State University Fundacin Global Democracia y Desarrollo HistoryMiami KITLV/Royal Netherlands Institute of Southeast Asian and Caribbean Studies National Library of Jamaica University of Central Florida University of Florida University of Miami University of the Netherlands Antilles Universidad de Oriente University of Puerto Rico University of South Florida University of the Virgin Islands Wider Caribbean Sea Turtle NetworkI often meet people who tell me they wish that a site that features resources on the Caribbean and Haiti existed on the web. When I tell them about dLOC, they are always excited. Getting the word out about dLOC is imperative. Chantalle F. Verna, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of History & International Relations Florida International UniversityThrough dLOC, scholars and students across the globe have access to the sources historians of previous generations used to write our standard histories. With this knowledge, they have a new ability to assess the accepted historical record, to affirm it and potentially to transform it. Leah Rosenberg, Ph.D. Associate Professor of English University of FloridaWhen I am on a quest for a rare book or a lost document in traditional libraries, I am always so happy to find in this digital library the resource which I am looking for elsewhere. I recommend it to many colleagues and it is my wish that this exceptional electronic collection could expand its services every day. Watson Denis, Ph.D. Professor of History & International Relations State University of Haitiwww.dloc.com dLOC has provided more than 25 on-site trainings to over 400 people. Please support the program so it can continue to make an impact in the region.



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For more information, please contact: Brooke Wooldridge Project Director Digital Library of the Caribbean 11200 SW 8th St., GL225 Miami, FL 33199 (305) 348-3008 Yes, I/we wish to join The Digital Library of the Caribbean at the following annual level: $25 Student Member $50 Scholar Member $100 Contributing Member $250 Supporting Member $500 Sustaining Member $1,000 Executive Sustaining Member Other: $ Name Address City State Zip Phone E-mail Method of Payment: Check. Enclosed is my contribution, payable to FIU Foundation. Charge. Please charge $________ to my Visa MasterCard AmericanExpress monthly quarterly annually one time only Account Number Expiration Date Name on Card Signature Your gift to the Digital Library of the Caribbean is a tax-deductible contribution to Florida International University. After your gift has been received, we will send you an acknowledgement/receipt. Thank you for your generosity. Inside image courtesy of the George A. Smathers Libraries. A new and correct map of the American Islands now called the West Indies with the whole coast of the neighboring continent. Kitchin, Thomas. 1762. www.dloc.com/UF90000150DIGITAL LIBRARY OF THE CARIBBEAN BIBLIOTECA DIGITAL DEL CARIBE BIBLIOTHQUE NUMRIQUE DES CARABES

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In the Digital Library of the Caribbean (dLOC) youll discover one of the worlds largest collections of photographs, maps, books, periodicals and manuscripts about the Caribbean, contributed by libraries and institutions worldwide. The collection empowers an international community of students, scholars and policy-makers, as well as the Caribbean diaspora and others curious about the islands, to bring the Caribbean to their computer screens. Now approaching one impact thanks to the support of its global partners. Florida International University (FIU) and the University of Florida (UF) provide administrative and technical support, enabling partner institutions to build their capacity to digitize and provide access to their materials. Members like you make it possible for us to add new content from the Caribbean and make it freely available online. Thank you for helping us expand!The Digital Library of the Caribbean Partner Institutionsas of March 2012Archives Nationales dHati Aruba National Library Association of Cultural Equity Bibliothque Nationale Hati Bibliothque Hatienne des Pres du St-Esprit Biblioteca Rafael Herrera Cabral Belize National Library Brown University Caribbean Community Secretariat Caribbean Information Resource Network The College of The Bahamas Curaao Public Library Duke University Educa Vision Inc. Florida International University Florida State University Fundacin Global Democracia y Desarrollo HistoryMiami KITLV/Royal Netherlands Institute of Southeast Asian and Caribbean Studies National Library of Jamaica University of Central Florida University of Florida University of Miami University of the Netherlands Antilles Universidad de Oriente University of Puerto Rico University of South Florida University of the Virgin Islands Wider Caribbean Sea Turtle NetworkI often meet people who tell me they wish that a site that features resources on the Caribbean and Haiti existed on the web. When I tell them about dLOC, they are always excited. Getting the word out about dLOC is imperative. Chantalle F. Verna, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of History & International Relations Florida International UniversityThrough dLOC, scholars and students across the globe have access to the sources historians of previous generations used to write our standard histories. With this knowledge, they have a new ability to assess the accepted historical record, to affirm it and potentially to transform it. Leah Rosenberg, Ph.D. Associate Professor of English U niversity of FloridaWhen I am on a quest for a rare book or a lost document in traditional libraries, I am always so happy to find in this digital library the resource which I am looking for elsewhere. I recommend it to many colleagues and it is my wish that this exceptional electronic collection could expand its services every day. Watson Denis, Ph.D. Professor of History & International Relations State University of Haitiwww.dloc.com dLOC has provided more than 25 on-site trainings to over 400 people. Please support the program so it can continue to make an impact in the region.


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