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Catalyst Fund Application Due to the Creative Campus Committee by February 17, 2012. Please submit via email to the Committee Chair, Dr. Kevin Knudson, at email@example.com Please attach the following documents: Name (last, first, UFID): Lindell, Ann, chair and associate university librarian Architecture & Fine Arts Library. Additional Team Members (last, first, UFID, position): Lindell, Ann, 1370 1200 de Farber, Bess, 39899140, grants manage r; Hood, Barbara, 4268 9860, director of communications; Johnson, Margeaux, science/technology librarian, 9897 1330; Clapp, Melissa, 8449 4147 Email address: Lindell@ufl.edu College: George A. Smathers Libraries Department: Departmental Libraries/ Archite cture and Fine Arts Library Campus address: PO Box 117017, Gainesville, FL 32611 Project goals : 1. Present four topic based collaboration development workshops http://www.uflib.ufl.edu/communications/colab/home.html for undergraduate, graduate, Post Docs, and faculty with these interdisciplinary interests: 1) NSF/NIH grant applicants, 2) Susta inability, 3) Digital P rojects in Sciences and H umanities, and 4) TBD. 2. Improve interdisciplinary networking skills while participants increase their knowledge of available resources/ assets using the CoLAB Planning Series speed meeting process es during each two hour session. 3. Augment online community of participant profiles (currently 158 ) to encourage ongoing discovery and resource sharing 4. Promote process and results through various conference presentati ons, publications and online research guide dedicated to collaboration and c reativity. 5. Evaluate sessions through external evaluation services provided by David Miller, Ph.D. to determine effectiveness, improvements and potential for replication. Project description: Motivations: Leverage current workshop infrastructure and evaluation results generated during the 2011/12 series of six Collaborating with Strangers workshops, including website, online social community photos/profiles, and prom otional materials and partners. Content: Facilitate 1) discovery of hidden resources and/or potential cooperative, coordinative, collaborative or mentoring relationships among particip ants in specific areas of study ; 2) generation of new ideas, approaches to field related problems or solutions, and interdisciplinary research; 3) problem solving by levera ging untapped assets. Breadth: Increase partnership participation for promoting workshops through new relationships with Office of Sustainability and the Center for the Humanities and the Public Sphere. Continue promotional partnerships with NSF funded I cubed Program, Graduate School, Florida Opportunities Scholars, Honors Programs, College of Education, College of Fine Arts, Dept. of Entomology, and Colle ge of Engineering Creative impacts : I cubed Program Interdisciplinary Research Project Awards : Continue incentive for potential applicants to attend 2012/13 Collaborating with Strangers Workshops to receive credit towards proposal review points
Com munity impacts : Below are impacts based on workshops from October 26, 2011 through February 8, 2012. The team expects to execute similar promotional plans for 2012 13, ensuring broad impacts as listed below. Campus/Local Impact: Results from October 26 , 2011 workshop session, evaluated by Dr. David Miller, CAPES Director College of Education (November 17, February 3 and 8 evaluations pending): met 16 other participants. Among 43 participants : 25 areas of study from 13 countries -53% from outside the U.S.: China, Taiwan, Japan, Korea, India, Iran, Saudi Arabia, E l Salvador, Guatemala, Colombia, Canada. P articipants: faculty (10); graduate (29); undergraduate (3); other (1) Note: Plans for 2012 13 include outreach to the local co mmuni ty to broaden participation (target: sustainability workshop) Statewide impact: 2011 12 team members will present poster session at the 2012 Florida Library Association A nnual C onference in Orlando. National/International Impacts: Plans for submission of articles to professional publications. 2011 12 team members have submitted poster session proposal for the 2012 American Library Association Annual Conference in Anaheim, CA, June 2012. (pending acceptance) Evaluation : This proposed change in the workshop series emphasis to a topic based workshop opportunity is based on participant and team feedback. We believe this method will produce more creative connections and collaborative relationships E valuation will include post session questions interviews with randomly selected participants t o determine longer term impacts including and discover details about new projects, shared knowledge, or continued interactions beyond the workshops.
Brief Biographies Melissa J. Clapp instruction and outreach librarian at Library West, coordinates instruction and outreach events for the libraries. She works closely with the Dean of Students Office, the University Writing Program and other groups on campus. Clapp earned an MS in Information Studies at Florida State University in 2007 and an MA in English at Northern Illinois University in 2002. She co Collaborating with Student Organizations for 2 1 st Collaborative Librarianship (3)1 2011 and is currently co editing a book due out in the summer 2011 from Scarecrow Press called Tips for Librarians Running Libraries Alone Clapp planned the largest student ou treach event in library history with 500 attendees, Capture the Info Flag, in collaboration with Student Government in 2009. Bess de Farber libraries grants manager, holds a Master of Nonprofit Management from FAU, and is a certified professional facilitator through the International Association of Facilitators. de Farber has held positions in the world of philanthropy and the nonprofit sect or for the past 25 years, assisting over 600 organizations. In 2001, she created the CoLAB Planning Series workshop s using community assets, mostly in Florida. It has been a successful facilitation tool for people working in 700+ different organizations including foundations, libraries, museums, universities, nonprofits, and governmental agencies and has served over 1,300 participants. Barbara Hood di re ctor of communications for the L ibraries, generates and coordinates public relations efforts on behalf of the libraries as a whole and individual programs, events and initiatives. She works closely with the library administration, faculty and staff, UF N ews Bureau and UF Foundation, Inc. to disseminate information and promote the libraries to the academic, library and general public communities at the local, state and national levels. She describes library projects, especially those receiving external sup port, in news articles and with the developing library education and social events in conjunction with specific development efforts, educational campai Florida. Her role will be to promote the project to the appropriate media outlets, both internal and external to the University of Florida. Margeaux Johns on Science & Technology l ibrarian at UF, coordinates information literacy instruction for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) disciplines and integrates technology into library learning environments. She is the library liaison for the Honors Department and teaches Information, Communication, Technology (ICT) skills in the honors courses Discovering Research & Communicating Science and ( Un)Common Reading for the Undead Her research interests include Alternate Reality Gaming, transmedia navigation, and new media literacies. She is currently a Co member of the NIH VIVO Collaboration ( http://vivoweb.org/ ). Ann Lindell has 20 years of exper ience as an academic librarian. In her position at the University of Florida she serves as Chair of Departmental Libraries and Head of the Arc hitecture & Fine Arts Library. She serves as the primary liaison to the UF College of Design Construction and Planning, building collections and providing specialized reference and instructional services for the disciplines of architecture, building construction, interior design, landscape architecture, and urban & regional planning. Lindell hol ds the BA and MFA in Studio Art, and a Master of Li brary and Information Science and has held leadership positions in several professional organizations including the American Library Association, the Art Libraries Society of North America, and the Associa tion of Architecture School Librarians.
Timeline: Four workshops (2012 13): October, November, February and March Publicizing and Promotions P re workshop: Circulate promotional e mail throughout grad/undergrad departments. Revise post for Librarie ebsites with link to more information Revise marketing materials and use to promote at campus/community events Make sure workshop Send press release to The Alligator Gainesville Sun etc: Include Email promotional information and registration link to promotional partners for listserv distribution Email waitlisted participants to encourage attendance regardless E mail all registered participants with pre workshop message including overview and questions Post signage in workshop venue and library on day of event P ost workshop: Contact David Miller, CAPES Evaluator, and drop off one evaluation surveys and PDF file of profiles/surveys Website P re wor kshop : Update workshop registration link and test for functionality Contact DLC to let them know of project in advance to prepare for scanning profiles Contact library web security to set up password protected folder for workshop profiles if necessary P ost workshop: Arrange for scans of profiles at DLC Upload photos, profiles and contact information to secure site Volunteers & Materials P re workshop: Secure 10 12 volunteers (photographers, registration, greeters) Volunteer meeting to explain roles Prepare profile cards, checklists, name tags, and refreshments P ost workshop: E and venue sponsors Project Budget: Expense Amount OPS graduate student $1,447 External evaluation fee $3,000 Subtotal $4,447 RCM 12% $534 Total request $4,981 The project team respectfully requests $4,447 for the following expenses related to presenting and evaluating four Collaborating with Strangers workshops as follows: OPS graduate student (5 hrs/week X $10/hr X 14.1 pay periods from 10/1/12 through 4/15/13 (equals $1,410) plus fringe benefits of $36.66 (based on the current fringe rate of 2.6%; this may change in the 2012 13 FY)) totaling $1,446.66. Student will follow procedures for pre and post workshop activities as described in instructional guides developed during the 2011 12 workshop series. External evaluation will be directed by Dr. David Miller director, Collaborative Assessment and Program Evaluation Services, School of Human Development and Organizational Studies in Educa tion totaling $3,000 (toward a Graduate Research Assistant's time for project period). Dr. Miller attends all sessions for onsite observation in addition to managing interview process and supervi sing analysis of data collected.