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Building Cultures of Data Management through Integrative Approaches to Humanities Research ( Grant Proposal : NEH Digital Humanities Implementation Grant )
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The George A. Smathers Libraries (Libraries) at the University of Florida (UF) in partnership with the University of North Texas (UNT) Libraries request funding for Building Cultures of Data Management through Integrative Approaches to Humanities Research Data. The project seeks to develop core support required by humanists for using data, specifically by building a "data module" with reusable tools to integrate humanities data within existing Institutional Repositories (IRs) and subject repositories. To achieve this end, the project will: 1) create data tools; 2) test integration with UNT's platform; 3) refined abstracted tools for wide scale deployment; 4) evaluate process and tools; and, 5) disseminate project evaluation, documentation, and availability of data tools.

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APPLICATIONFORFEDERALDOMESTICASSISTANCE-ShortOrganizational *1.NAMEOFFEDERALAGENCY:NationalEndowmentfortheHumanities *2.CATALOGOFFEDERALDOMESTICASSISTANCENUMBER:45.169CFDATITLE:PromotionoftheHumanities_OfficeofDigitalHumanities *3.DATERECEIVEDBYSTATE 02/19/2014 SYSTEMUSEONLY *4.FUNDINGOPPORTUNITYNUMBER:20140219-HK*TITLE:DigitalHumanitiesImplementationGrants 5.APPLICANTINFORMATION *a.LegalName:UniversityofFloridaBoardofTrustees b.Address: *Street1:219GrinterHall Street2:POBox115500 *City:Gainesville *County:Alachua *State:FL:Florida *Zip/PostalCode:32611-5500 *Country:USA:UNITEDSTATES c.WebAddress:http:// *d.TypeofApplicant:SelectApplicantTypeCodes(s):H:Public/StateControlledInstitutionofHigherEducationTypeofApplicant:TypeofApplicant:*Other(specify): *e.Employer/TaxpayerIdentificationNumber(EIN/TIN):596002052*f.OrganizationalDUNS:969663814*g.CongressionalDistrictofApplicantFL-003 6.PROJECTINFORMATION *a.ProjectTitle:BuildingCulturesofDataManagementthroughIntegrativeApproachestoHumanitiesResearch *b.ProjectDescription:TheGeorgeA.SmathersLibraries(Libraries)attheUniversityofFlorida(UF)inpartnershipwiththeUniversityofNorthTexas(UNT)LibrariesrequestfundingforBuildingCulturesofDataManagementthroughIntegrativeApproachestoHumanitiesResearchData.Theprojectseekstodevelopcoresupportrequiredbyhumanistsforusingdata,specificallybybuildinga"datamodule"withreusabletoolstointegratehumanitiesdatawithinexistingInstitutionalRepositories(IRs)andsubjectrepositories.Toachievethisend,theprojectwill:1)createdatatools;2)testintegrationwithUNT'splatform;3)refinedabstractedtoolsforwidescalede-ployment;4)evaluateprocessandtools;and,5)disseminateprojectevaluation,documentation,andavailabilityofdatatools. c.ProposedProject: *StartDate:09/02/2014 *EndDate:08/31/2017 7.PROJECTDIRECTOR Prefix:*FirstName:MiddleName:*LastName:Suffix:MarkSullivan *Title:ITSenior *Email:MarSull@uflib.ufl.edu *TelephoneNumber:352-273-2907 FaxNumber: *Street1:GeorgeA.SmathersLibraries Street2:POBox117024 *City:Gainesville County: *State:FL:Florida *Zip/PostalCode:32611-7024 *Country:USA:UNITEDSTATES 8.PRIMARYCONTACT/GRANTSADMINISTRATOR mSameasProjectDirector(skiptoitem9): Prefix:*FirstName:MiddleName:*LastName:Suffix:MrBrianPrindle *Title:AssociateDirector *Email:ufproposals@ufl.edu *TelephoneNumber:352-392-1582 FaxNumber:352-392-4400 *Street1:219GrinterHall Street2:POBox115500 *City: County:

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Gainesville Alachua *State:FL:Florida *Zip/PostalCode:32611-5500 *Country:USA:UNITEDSTATES 9.*Bysigningthisapplication,Icertify(1)tothestatementscontainedinthelistofcertifications**and(2)thatthestatementshereinaretrue,completeandaccur-atetothebestofmyknowledge.Ialsoprovidetherequiredassurances**andagreetocomplywithanyresultingtermsifIacceptanaward.Iamawarethatanyfalse,fictitious,orfraudulentstatementsorclaimsmaysubjectmetocriminal,civil,oradministrativepenalties.(U.S.Code,Title218,Section1001)**IAgreel**Thelistofcertificationsandassurances,oraninternetsitewhereyoumayobtainthislist,iscontainedintheannouncementoragencyspecificinstructions. AUTHORIZEDREPRESENTATIVE Prefix:*FirstName:MiddleName:*LastName:Suffix:MrBrianPrindle *Title:AssociateDirector *Email:ufproposals@ufl.edu *TelephoneNumber:352-392-1582 FaxNumber:352-392-4400 *SignatureofAuthorizedRepresentative:BrianPrindle *DateSigned:2014-02-19

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Project/PerformanceSiteLocation(s) Project/PerformanceSitePrimaryLocation OrganizationName:UniversityofFloridaBoardofTrustees *Street1:219GrinterHall Street2:POBox115500 *City:Gainesville County:Alachua *State:FL:Florida Province: *Country:USA:UNITEDSTATES *Zip/PostalCode:32611-5500 DUNSNumber:969663814 *Project/PerformanceSiteCongressionalDistrict:FL-003 Project/PerformanceSiteLocation1 OrganizationName:UniversityofNorthTexas *Street1:1155UnionCircle Street2:#305250 *City:Denton County:Denton *State:TX:Texas Province: *Country:USA:UNITEDSTATES *Zip/PostalCode:76203-5017 DUNSNumber:614168995 *Project/PerformanceSiteCongressionalDistrict:TX-026 FileName MimeType AdditionalLocation(s)

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SupplementaryCoverSheetforNEHGrantPrograms 1.ProjectDirector MajorFieldofStudy Other:ComputerScience2.InstitutionInformationType 1330:University 3.ProjectFundingChallengeGrantsApplicantsOnly($) ProgramsotherthanChallengeGrants($)OutrightFunds 284,139.00FederalMatch TotalfromNEH 284,139.00CostSharing 188,775.00TotalProjectCosts 472,914.00FiscalYear#1 FiscalYear#2 FiscalYear#3 FiscalYear#4 TotalfromNEH Non-FederalMatch Total MatchingRatio to14.ApplicationInformationWillthisproposalbesubmittedtoanotherNEHdivision,governmentagency,orprivateentityforfunding?[]Yes[X]NoIfyes,pleaseexplainwhereandwhen: TypeofApplication[X]New[]SupplementIfsupplement,listcurrentgrantnumber(s). ProjectFieldCode Interdisciplinary:Other

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Building Cultures of Data Management through Integrative Approaches to Humanities Research Data University of Florida TABLE OF CONTENTS I. .. 1 II. .. 2 1. Statement of Innovation .................. ............ 2 2. Statement of Humanities Significance ........ ............. 3 III. Narrative 1. Humanities Significance ....... ....... ........ ...................... 4 2. Technological Innovation ........ ......................... ...................... 6 3. .. .. 6 4. .. 8 5. Work Plan 9 6. 11 7. 12 8. Final Products and Disse mination .. 13 IV. Sustainability Plan 14 V. Data Management Plan 16 V I Budget 1. Budget Form 1 8 2 Budget Narrative 20 3 UF s Federal Negotiated Rate Agreement 22 4 U NT s Federal Negotiated Rate Agreement 28 5 U NT s Budget C ommitment Letter 33 6 U NT s Itemized Budget 34 VII. Rsums VI I I. Letters 1. Letters of C ommitment .. 1 2 Let t e rs of S upport 12 IX Appendices 1. Appendix 1: Selected Bibliography ....... .. ... 1 2. Appendix 2: Timeline ................................................. .... .. .... ... 3 3. Appendix 3: Dataset Support in SobekCM (Pilo t .. 4 4. Appendix 4: Project Programmer Position Description 10

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Participants Acord, Sophia (University of Florida) Dale, Elizabeth (University of Florida) Deumens, Erik (University of Florida) Dillon, Elizabeth Maddock (Northeastern University) Dinsmore, Chelsea (University of Florida) Donnelly, Diana (University of Florida) Guerra, Lillian (University of Florida) Harpold, Terry (University of Florida) Hswe, Patricia (Pennsylvania State University) Landers, Jane (Vanderbilt University) Landor, Blake (University of Florida) Liechty, Joey (University of North Texas) Miller, David (University of Florida) Phillips, Mark (University of North Texas) Rosenberg, Leah (University of Florida) Santamara-Wheeler, Lourdes (University of Florida) Shorey, Christy (University of Florida) Steuber, Jason (University of Florida) Sullivan, Mark (University of Florida) Taylor, Laurie (University of Florida) Torgot, Andrew (University of North Texas) Whitson, Roger (Washington State University) Willumson, Glenn (University of Florida) Yellpantula, Suchitra (University of Florida)

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Building Cultures of Data Management through Integrative Approaches to Humanities Research Data University of Florida 2 Abstract The George A. Smathers Libraries at the University of Florida (UF) in partnership with the University of North Texas (UNT) Libraries request $284,139 with $188,775 contributed cost share for Building Cultures of Data Management through Integrative Approaches to Humanities Research Data. The project seeks to develop core support required by humanists for using data, specifically by building nities data within existing Institutional Repositories (IRs) and subject repositories. To achieve this end, the project will: 1) create data tools; 2) process and tools; and, 5) disseminate project evaluation, documentation, and availability of data tools. Humanities repositories enable online access and preservation of humanities research data materials (archival documents, audio, video, books, newspape rs, etc.) However, even with increasingly open access to repositories, wider support at local levels with IRs wider support with subject repositories for their scholarly communities, and innovative approaches to supporting datasets and databases in data repositories, there is a lack of integrated support for humanities research materials that include datasets and databases alongside the full set of research materials. Integrated support is needed In many fields, a division exists between the datasets a nd databases which and other related materials such as refe rences and sources not considered components itself. Comparatively, h umanities researchers often have and create datasets and databases that are integral to the ir full set of research data materials. H umanities research data materials are often inseparable from the related source materials due to the inherent messiness, co mplexity, and incompleteness of the data. During the research process, h umanists ask questions about their research materials that cannot be fully answered without integrated access to the source materials and data. Consequently, h umanists require tools to enable the creati on and usage of research dat a materials in their enti rety to contextualize, establish levels of degree, identify unknowns and contingencies and pursue overall humanistic inquiry. The prevalence of digital humanities has brought greater awareness to pre existing data needs across the humanities. Further, di scussions among digital humanities scholars and library professional s ha ve increased awareness on the need for collaborative research environments. Libraries are uniquely positioned within institutions to facilitate solutions to humanities research data pr oblems, due to their centralized roles and extant technological infrastructure for maintaining digital repositories By providing innovative, reusable structures able to be implemented in a variety of frameworks, this project will enable IRs and digital subject repositories to better serve both short term and long term data needs of humanities scholars, for those who identify as Digital Humanists as well as those who do not. Specifically, this project will leverage and utilize repository infrastructures a t UF and UNT to implement an integrated data module for hosting, managing, and preserving quantitative and machine actionable datasets and databases. The resulting module will be designed for ease of integration with other digital library frameworks to ens ure broad, inclusive support for using, repurposing, and storing the full set of humanities research data materials. NEH Digital Humanities Implementation program fund ing will support two temporary programmers (one at each partner institution), an instruct ional video developer, and two evaluators. The project will follow an iterative development process with close consultation among the project team, developers and humanities scholarly advisors. Statement of Innovation Integrated data support is not genera lly available for humanists, nor are there resources for institutions in implementing support. The proposed data module integrated with in IRs and digital repositories will create a first of kind module to provide broad support to humanities scholars for handling small data at scale and in context. This project will create and implement a data module as a series of scalable

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Building Cultures of Data Management through Integrative Approaches to Humanities Research Data University of Florida 3 solutions for data in IRs to support data creators and users by presenting datasets and databases alongside and in context with the larger set of research materials. Statement of Humanities Significance Creating a standards based data module integrated with repositories represents a major improvement in the available support for humanities research and the ability of institutio ns to provide support for humanities research Currently, humanities scholars often work without support in developing and maintaining their own databases, with overhead for creation, maintenance, and referencing when using the databases separately from ot her research materials. This impacts individual scholars and inhibits the growth of a larger culture of data management in the humanities.

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Building Cultures of Data Management through Integrative Approaches to Humanities Research Data University of Florida 4 The George A. Smathers Libraries (Libraries) at the University of Florida (UF) in partnership with the University of North Texas (UNT) Libraries request $284,139 with $188,775 contributed cost share for Building Cultures of Data Management through Integrative Approach es to Humanities Research Data. The project seeks to develop core support required by humanists for using data, specifically by building ble tools to integrate humanities data within existing Institutional Repositories (IRs) and subject repositories. To achieve this end, the project will: 1) create data tools; 2) le deployment; 4) evaluate process and tools; and, 5) disseminate project evaluation, documentation, and availability of data tools. Humanities Significance In the humanities, research data includes mixed sets of materials that contain datasets and databa ses. In many fields, a division exists between itself. As Patricia Hswe writes (external letter ) this inattention stems from a minimal does one steward th Comparatively, humanities researchers often have and create datasets and databases that are integral to their full set o f research materials. Humanities research data materials are often insepa rable from the related source materials due to the inherent messiness, complexity, and incompleteness of this type of data. During the research process, humanists ask questions about their research materials that cannot be fully answered without integrate d access to the source materials and data. Consequently, humanists require tools to enable the creation and usage of research data materials in their entirety to contextualize, establish levels of degree, identify unknowns and contingencies, and pursue ov erall humanistic inquiry. A s a technology implementation proposal this project recognizes that technologies must be developed with and for users. Th us, th e project design includes ten scholarly advisors with diverse humanities backgrounds, expertise, and perspectives on scholarly needs related to managing and using humanities data for research, teaching collaboration and other purposes. In addition to scholarly advisors, project team members with technology and library expertise and project funded staff this project also include s regular evaluation. The qualitative evaluator will participate throughout the development and testing process and the CAPES (Collaborative Assessment & Program Evaluation Services) evaluat or will assess the pre and post project results The se divers e perspectives and framework ensure user inclusion critical to success. Currently, multi media content (books, images, audio, etc.) is supported in IRs and digital library repositories which provide ro bust features for many of these mat erials, but data is download only With current service level s humanists often create and maintain their own small databases in Access, FileMaker Pro, and other software. Humanists still must maintain these databases eve n when they store and share other materials in IRs and digital libraries. The data module will improve the over all tool chain for humanists with an integrated repository model that supports data needs accompanied by existing materials I ntegrating feature s for datasets and databases within IRs and digital libraries provides the opportunity to better align IRs w ith researcher practices and build towards an overall culture and community of data management in the humanities. Libraries have long recognized and been attentive to the importance of social organizations and activities in the transformation of scholarly practices ; 1 and libraries have long been collaborative partners with humanists. Academic libraries are part of the socio technical (people, polic ies, 1 For instance, see key initiatives like the Association of Research Libraries (ARL) on Scholarly Communication: http://www.arl.org/focus areas/scholarly communication

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Building Cultures of Data Management through Integrative Approaches to Humanities Research Data University of Florida 5 technologies) support for research data including repository systems and tools. The extensive resources provided for many research materials (e.g., page turners for books, streaming video displays zoomable images, etc.) has yet to be extended to datas ets and databases. This lack of support stems partly from terminology where humanists often self report as not doing data (even while designing, creating, and maintaining databases) and where the databases are critical elements that are tightly coupled with other research data in repositories For instance, the 2014 Modern Language Association (MLA) featured several panels on the topic of data. Discussions revealed that w here library repositories have defined data in terms of file t ypes with specific features ( e.g., audio players for audio, etc.), MLA panelists defined the importance of data in the humanities in terms of contexts, contingencies, levels of degree, and relations hips all in motion for reconfiguration. T he absence o f int egrated support for managing databases and datasets with relevant research materials is a significant barrier in humanities research Building Cultures of Data Management seeks to address several factors and problems: Humanists have the widest array of r esearch data types: images, books, audio, video, software, data sets and databases etc. Humanists need integrated support for their materials. 2 Humanists traditionally have little or no technical support for dealing with their data. o When support is available, it is often partial covering only a set type or types of research materials, and only limited functionality. 3 This de coupled support demands more effort, presents a greater risk of loss and offers fewer benefits when scholars work independentl y without a centralized or shared sys tem s (e.g., databases on personal scholar websites). o Technical assistance is inconsistently available. When isolated, these boutique projects are at risk of loss, more difficult to find and access, and cannot take adva ntage of connections to other research communities. o C urrently IRs do not sufficiently support data, which prompts scholars to seek alternatives. Some humanists use GitHub and Google Drive for their datasets and databases. IRs offer additional benefits because they are optimized for scholarly needs (attribution, preservation, integrated support with other research materials) which scholars miss when using separate tools R esearch libraries maintain IRs and digital libraries which feature integrated su pport for hosting, managing and using many research materials. Currently support for research data is limited: most often only including information about the data and a file download option Humanists, research libraries, and academia overall will benef it from integrating data support with existing repository systems if the integrated support allows humanists to create and use their data through an online system, which provides these benefits: 1. Supporting scholars in creating, making accessible, and preserving their data 4 2. Supporting scholarly and public communities in using data in context with other research materials 2 See Christine L. Borgman, Scholarship in the Digital Ag e: Information, Infrastructure, and the Internet. Cambridge, MA: MIT UP, 2007. 3 ( http://homicide.northwestern.edu/ ) which has photographs, scholarly essays, videos of scholarly present ations, information on historical and legal context, and a database of different homicides with advanced search options for different information fields on each. Research using historical newspapers, perhaps using runaway slave notices for compiling the d ata set, with related resources and scholarly context is another potential example. 4 and ensure preservation of their databases with th e same support available for their other research materials. Currently, many databases are handled as one off, special projects in order to meet critical and immediate needs for support, often including support for legacy databases (e.g., http://digitalscholarship.emory.edu/projects/project lynchings georgia.html ). One off support is often the best case scenario because many institutions cannot offer any sort of su pport.

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Building Cultures of Data Management through Integrative Approaches to Humanities Research Data University of Florida 6 To begin addressing these needs, the project team to date has produced a series of prototypes based on a range of use cases. We also have gathered a significant set of databases and datasets ( e.g., museum collections, newspaper articles and historical ana lysis, migration and literature ) that accompany related research data materials These databases and datasets have been created and used by scholars, and provide content for test ing the proposed data module with in repositories. Additionally, in the past year the team has experimented with a number of data interfaces and tools developed for specific projects and these exper iences inform the module design. 5 This project will support the time and resources necessary to abstract and develop the data module for multiple repository systems, featuring ease of use by scholars in creating and using data as part of their research mat erials and ease of implementation for sustainable support by libraries. This project is idea l l y position ed to draw on best practices for produc ing a data module with IRs and digital library repositories to p repare for future integration and new needs rel ated to build ing a culture of data management in the humanities Technological Innovation Stand alone data repositories exist and continue to develop separately from already mature digital reposit ory systems. 6 This project represents technological innovation in two ways: 1) it creates new software with the data module; and, 2) it makes use of existing technologies in IRs and digital library repositories to create new support for data, specifically to meet the n eeds of humanities researchers and humanities research practices. The data module will allow scholars to create, edit, and query their data online within the framework of IRs and digital library repositories, which already provide for access and preservat ion, represents a major improvement in the level of support available for humanists. The data module will require robust user permissions and authentication systems, which generally e xist in digit al library systems and are one of the many benefits of buil ding on existing digital library infrastructure ( D escription of the data module appears on Creating a standards based library that can be implemented within other repositories to add data support will repre sent a major shift in the ability of institutions to provide for these types of projects. The innovative value of this project is made possible by the use of standards compliant and widely used and supported technologies which enable optimal interoperability and extensibility which are important considerations for adoption and ongoing sustainability for libraries This project will be built on widely used technologies, such as jQuery and the jQuery Datatables plug in, and will adhere to pre established standards, such as the XML and XSD specifications, the open standard of JavaScript Object Notation (or JSON), and the standard SPARQL Protocol and RDF Query Language for querying within datasets. In additi on, the data module will use and suppor t JSON LD and schema.org L inked Data standards to make the data publishable on the open, semantic web. History UF and UNT maintain state of the art digital libraries for preservation, access, and digital scholarly projects; and, both serve as hubs for man y multi institutional projects. 7 Both systems follow 5 This includes system supports in IRs, which identified the need for this specific project as a complement to other data specific repositories institutional use of the Dataverse Network, ICPSR, etc. See: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00014835 6 Research Data Management: Practical Strategies for Information Professionals Ed. Joyce M. Ray. West Lafayette, IL: Purdue UP 2013. http://www.cni.org/wp content/uploads/2013/10/Research Data Mgt Ch19 Lynch Oct 29 2013.pdf 7 See : http://ufdc.ufl.edu/partners and http://digital.library.unt.edu/explore/partners/

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Building Cultures of Data Management through Integrative Approaches to Humanities Research Data University of Florida 7 best practices for repositories while representing two fundamentally different architectures, making them ideal for implementing an architecture agnostic data module. Further, UF and UNT have independen tly and successfully designed modular style upgrades to the two open source repository systems in use, showing expertise in development practices and approaches applicable for this project. UF has completed the pilot phase for adding data support within t he repository. University of Florida The Libraries form the largest information resource system in the state of Florida, and are one of Libraries the humanities are served by several physical libraries and various functional, technical, and subject specialists, and teams (e.g., Data students, 4,000 faculty ), diversity, and complexity combined with its public/land grant economic position demand collaborative and innovative approaches to leverage existing capacity whenever possible. To this end, the Libraries beg an digitizing for preservation in the 1990s, and today host over 500 distinct digital collections representing over 30 million files. These serve UF over 100 partner institutions and numerous digital scholarship and DH projects, powered by the open source SobekCM repository software ( http://sobekrepository.org ) UF leverages capacity and assets whenever possible to develop sustainable, shared infrastructur e to meet demands for the shared needs of partners, scholars, and the wider academic library and scholarly communities For instance, UF is a founding partner and the technical lead for the Digital Library of the Caribbean (dLOC, www.dloc.com ), a cooperative of 37 international par tners with active part ner and scholarly advisory board s collaboration with dLOC par tners and scholars has resulted in implementation of new, standardized supports for shared needs in terms of development, training, and outreach. Overall, UF has contributed to SobekCM development which has evolved in partnership with GLAMs (galleries, li braries, archives, and museums) for different grant projects and programmatic needs. 8 T he se communities have provided user testing, feedback, definitions of need and problem statements, and expert consultation for how to make the software work for different critical user needs (technologies, patrons, publ ic users from around the world scholars, etc.). 9 development of SobekCM occurred in partnership with GLAMs requiring support fo r user roles and permissions at multiple level s (e.g., full installation for system and portal administrators; individual user level; group level s which add specific rights and where users c an be members of many groups; for specific items ; and, for specific collections, aggregations, exhibits, or defined sets of these). 10 SobekCM now supports these rights, roles and associated functions thus providing the infrastructure for scholarly digital practices in building collections of research materials, including data. Institutions using SobekCM have leveraged its infrastructure to engage scholars on addressing shared concerns This model of practice has produced positive results for a myriad of needs and projects, and led to the creation of significant scholarly resources (e.g., Haiti: An Island Luminous About Face ), new types of scholarly practices (e.g., dLOC and a DOCC, Distributed Online Collaborative Course on Panama and West Indian migration: Panama Silver, Asian Gold: Migration, Money, & the Making of the Modern Caribbean ), and new scholarly resources with new and chan ged communities (e.g., Vodou Archive ). This model of practice has continued through r ecent activities by wide Digital Humanities 8 S ee presentation on the development of SobekCM and communities ( http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00014161/00002/pdf ). 9 User needs defined and aided development and testing of technologies. For instance, metadata needs for the community, SobekCM was able to plan development and move from METS/MODs to add support for Dublin Core, MARCXML, VRA Core extensions, DarwinCore, and more ( http://dloc.com/AA00014734/00001/pdf ). Similarly, added mapping functionality is being enhance d through collaboration with the user community which is defining functional needs, user methods, and testing. 10 For instance, in February 2014, Stanford announced development on similar features within Blacklight: https://library.stanford.edu/blogs/digital library blog/2014/02/stanford begins development spotlight

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Building Cultures of Data Management through Integrative Approaches to Humanities Research Data University of Florida 8 Working Group and Data M anagement/Curation Task Force As members of both groups, the PI and co PI participated in assessing needs of humanities scholars for data management (see Appendix 1 : Bibliography ) The findings evidenced prevalen t, critical need s for an integrated approach to hosting and managing d atasets and databases accompan ied by their related research materials and publications. The Libraries implemented a proof of concept phase (see Appendix 3 : Dataset Support in SobekCM ) fo r integrating support within SobekCM During this pilot phase, the pr oject team c olle cted feedback on the user interface and data creator pro cesses from s cholar s U niversity of North Texas Library ports wide ranging activities across UNT campus routinely ranking as the most used student servic e To meet growing needs for digital li brary services and content, UNT invested in infrastructure to build, manage, and maintain large collections of digital content. T he UNT Libraries were key in drafting and adopti by providin g training, programming and the UNT Scholarly Works Repository. In 2012 UNT Libraries and College of Arts & Sciences create d the Digital Scholarship Cooperative (DiSCO) to foster creative development and use of digital resources for research, teaching, and learning across the disciplines. igital infrastructure provides services for the UNT Digital Library, The Portal to Texas History, and The Gateway to Oklahoma History. The underlying platform for managing descriptive metadata and serving end users is based on the concept of Curation Microservices, many of which were developed and documented by the California Digital L the Django Web framework and Solr full text indexe r to provi de access to digital items in the repository. UNT Digital Library houses the UNT Scholarly Works Repository and the UNT Data Repository 11 Descriptive metadata is managed and versioned by the system with a Web based management interface that e nables curators to adjust the descriptive metadata for their collections over time. Preservation master files are stored in a separate archival storage system and are linked to items in the public facing system with Archival Resource Key (ARK) identifiers The UNT Scholarly Works Collectio n ho sts research, creative, and scholarly materials, serving as UNT's Open Access Repository. The collection brings together articles, papers, artwork, music, research data, reports, presentations, and other scholarly and creative products representing the expertise in the UNT university community. The UNT Scholar ly W orks repository grows steadily in both content and usage. The UNT Data Repository is a related collection that makes available research datasets from UNT. This collection provides faculty, researchers, and scholars with a tool that can be used in Fed eral data management workflows. Additionally the repository provides a platform which data creators can use to provide public access to their submitted data for a wide variety of uses such as supporting articles in publication process, or improving the op enness and reproducibility of the scientific process. Environmental Scan management plans and activities, and significant ongoing changes to research and teaching p ractices in the digital age make data management a priority. Data management needs parallel and intersect with changes in academic libraries and librarianship 12 A s a result, a ca demic libraries are facing critical, urgent need s for creating, sustaining, a nd transforming cultures of data management. Data repositories are available for many subject areas in the sciences and social sciences, as well as specific research areas. However, broad support is not generally available. Supporting the Changing Resear ch Practices 11 See http:// digital.library.unt.edu/scholarlyworks/ and http://digital.library.unt.edu/datarepository 12 For a longer review, see: http:/ /www.clir.org/pubs/reports/pub160/pub160.pdf

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Building Cultures of Data Management through Integrative Approaches to Humanities Research Data University of Florida 9 of Historians: Final Report from ITHAKA S+R (2012), 13 documents the various challenges faced by historians for meeting their research needs, where individual historians maintain their databases because of limited awareness and availability of other options. Current efforts related to data focus on specific types of data, types of scholarly activities, and greater understanding of needs and possible launch in spring 2014 14 ) which supports creators of TEI data by providing a place to publish TEI materials in different forms, ensure access and preservation, and build towards other infrastructural supports for visualization and other uses. Tools like Zotero have greatly enhanced support for humanities researchers in managing bibliographic databases and sources. Many other types of databases and research material sets exist, and additional tools are needed for humanities scholars to create, edit, and sustain their research databases and datasets alongside research materials in a manner that supports current research practices and makes visible new possibilities in their research. New resources like the Digital Humanities Curation Guide: a Community Resources Guide to Data Curation in the Digital Humanities 15 and the Digital Humanities Data Curation Institute (2013-2014) 16 support scholars, project -driven tools for visualization tools for existing datasets and databases 17 project Environment: From developing tools for annotations. 18 Current efforts show the wide variety of needs related to using, managing, and preserving data, and many excellent approaches for developing supports as well as for building the overall community for data curation. A gap remains for filling the critical needs related to dataset and database support, especially as integrated with a full set of research materials achieved at scale rather than using an eachof -kind or oneof -kind strategy. 19 Work Plan (See Appendix 2: Timeline for the corresponding work schedule). The project team requests funds for the grant period beginning September 1, 2014 and ending August 31, 2017. All primary tool development will be completed within the first 24 months. Additional time is requested to allow the system to mature, training to be accomplished, and final assessment of the project processes and outcomes. The work is organized into four main phases. Several phases overlap when tasks occur simultaneously. P1: Project Initiation (September 1, 2014 December 31, 2014) During the project initiation phase, kick-off tasks will occur. The project team and scholarly advisors will convene for the initial meeting (via Skype or Adobe Connect) and orientation to the overall project work plan and proce ss. The scholarly advisors will begin convening (meeting every other month) to provide feedback on the existing data supports from the pilot project and mock-ups of additional features under consideration The scholars and project team will determine the initial features and relative priorities to guide the first development iteration The CAPES evaluator will distribute the first survey for feedback from interested scholars at the two partner institutions, their partner institutions, 13 http://www.sr.ithaka.org/sites/default/files/reports/supporting-the-changing-research-practicesof -historians.pdf 14 http://tapasproject.org/ 15 http://guide.dhcuration.org/ 16 http://www.dhcuration.org/institute/ 17 http://www.neh.gov/files/grants/stanforduniversitydata-driventoolsforanalyzingrelationshipsacrosstime.pdf 18 www.neh.gov/files/grants/drewuniversitydmfromannotationtodissemination enablinguserstoassemblecollectionsofimages.pdf 19 Journal of Library Administration 53:1 (2013): 2742.

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Building Cultures of Data Management through Integrative Approaches to Humanities Research Data University of Florida 10 and to the digital humanities community o verall. This survey will serve as a benchmark for assessment processes throughout the project and at project completion. P2: Primary Tool Development ( iterative process during project; ongoing) 20 NEH f unded tool development will occur between January 2015 and September 2016 in a series of month ly sprints following the agile methodology UF will hire the primary developer full time for 21 months to develop tools identified in phase one and as identified and refined throughout the iterative phases in coll aboration with the full project team and scholarly advisors ( Appendix 3 : Project Programmer Position Description ) The primary developer will be publicly available and integrated with in the SobekCM digital repository system throughout the process. Th e developer will create documentation specifying requirements for deploying the tools in other repositories. UNT will assign a developer (Joey Liechty) to validate the documentation and process for deploying the integrated module Both developers will serve as members of the technical team, which includes developers and managers from UF and UNT. The technical team will meet daily for fifteen minutes via Skype to review any possible issues and continue positive progress W eekly Skype meetings will provi de general updates on work completed and ensure good two way communication. The iterative phases will occur a fter each set of two iterative sprint s ( every two month s ) The iterative phases will include meetings of the full project team and scholarly advisors. During the iterative phase meetings, the technical team will present the latest work for discussion, guidance, feedback and strategies for the next phase During the meetings, pending work will be reviewed to determine any changes Following t he meetings, the latest changes will be published and promoted to solicit responses from scholars libra rians, data managers, and other data professionals This ongoing delivery process will maximize feedback received from stakeholder s In all, there will be 21 month long sprints in an iterative process The first sprint will be a planning sprint. For each subsequent sprint, a fully developed solution will be available for deployment. Expected Features of the Data Module Feedback collected from the pilot project indicates that the data module for this project will allow users to view data in a simple, intuitive online grid allowing them to filter and sort the data. Authenticated permissioned users will be able to : 1) bui ld dataset s online or upload existing datasets modify the new data including changing the underlying data structure, adding new data, and editing existing data while maintaining version control ; 2) download data in a variety of formats ; 3) create, run, an d save custom reports; 4) perform basic visualization s (e.g., graphing and mapping ); and, 5) manage their d ata and data permissions online including features to add new data edit existing data, reconfigure their data and add new data tables to their datasets The data module will additionally support versioning of the data for tracking changes. All data using the data module will benefit from standard supports already in place for IRs including permanent URLs, online access that is optimized for sea rch engines and overall findability, and long term preservation, all within a framework that supports author rights. When project funded development complete s i n September 2016, the Libraries at UF will continue to support and develop the too ls. This development will continue with feedback from data creators and users as well as libraries that have implemented the module. For ease of integration, development will ensure minimal, lightweight technological requirements to best support integrati on into digital repository frameworks. For example, the data module will largely be developed using client side libraries, such as jQuery, to complement expected digital repository implementation s of standard interfaces such as JSON and SPARQL. 20 Project funding will support abstract ed data module tools des ign ed for ongoing sustainability Because t he tools are critically needed at UF UF development will be ongoing after the initial funded implementation period.

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Building Cultures of Data Management through Integrative Approaches to Humanities Research Data University of Florida 11 P3: Promotion and Training (January 2015 September 2017) he work for this project will be promoted broadly to local, national and international scholars and students through publication s presentations and trai nings The partner repositories will provide information on the data module, training materials and videos for using and implementing the data module, as well as project standards, documentation and examples of integrated datasets and databases within hu manities research projects Additionally, UF provides search engine optimization (SEO) to ensure materials are findable through simple web searches using Google and other search engines. 21 Deliverables produced during the project will be uploaded to releases, liaison librarian meetings and communications with scholars, interaction with the scholarly advisor s librar y newsletters, email lists, conference pre sentations (e.g., MLA, American Historical Association, Oral History Association, THATCamp, Digital Library Federation Forum, Coalition f or Networked Information, EDUCAUSE etc. ) and social media including Facebook, Twitter, blogs, and Wikipedia, among other vehicles used by partners. During this phase, the instructional video developer (Diana Donnelly) will create videos on managing datasets and databases alongside research materials as well as tutorial videos based on the tools and the data module The generalized videos on data are necessary given the terminology and miscommunications on data and lack of awareness on various data practices already present in the humanities. 22 The project team and scholarly advisors will review and discuss the videos for use in promoting the project work and engaging broadly with humanists on data needs ( Distribution and promotion details appear on page 10: Final Products and Dissemination ) P4: Final Evaluation and Report (May 2017 September 2017) In May 2017, follow ing completion of project funded development and a year of promotion and outreach activities the CAPES and qualitative evaluators will conduct final evaluations using a survey instrument and qualitative in depth, third party evaluation process ( Evaluation details appear on page 9: Evaluation ) In fall 2017, the project team will synthesize the findings into the project whitepaper. Staff Project Leaders Mark Sullivan (PI) UF Senior IT Head of Digital Development and Web Unit (.20 FTE cost share, three ye ars $57,672) is lead developer responsible for creating digital library tools and integration with other systems in support of academic library and scholarly research needs. He is the lead developer on SobekCM, the enterprise level open source digital library management system and suite of tools. Role: PI and technical director, supervising the UF technical team and coordinating overall project activities including gathering user feedback, testing, and training to ensure technical strength and ease of use for all tools a nd technologies. Laurie N. Taylor, PhD (Co PI) UF Digital Humanities Librarian (.20 FTE cost share, three years $50,976), is the Technical Director for the Digital Library of the Caribbean (dLOC), co chair of the campus wide Data Management/Curation Task Force, co convener of the Digital Humanities Working Role: Facilitat e scholarly advisor activities and meetings, disseminate project activities, gather scholar feedback liaise with full project team and scholars as well as UF and UNT Research Computing groups for future expansions and shared scholarly cyberinfrastructure. Mark Phillips (Investigator) Assistant Dean for Digital Libraries UNT (.03 FTE requ est year 1 and 2 totals $7,210) serves as the architect for digital library systems at the UNT Libraries 21 For details see: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/sobekcm/robots 22 See an example of alternative database methods: http://laurientaylor.org/2014/02/17/paperdatabases/

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Building Cultures of Data Management through Integrative Approaches to Humanities Research Data University of Florida 12 Role: Coordinate the UNT efforts and the UNT project programmer. Scholarly A dvisors Elizabeth Dale (Research Foundation Professor, UF College of Law), Erik Deumens (Directory of Research Computing, UF), Lillian Guerra (Professor of History, UF), Terry Harpold (Professor of English, UF), Jane Landers (Gertrude Conaway Vanderbilt Professor of History, Vanderbilt University), Elizabeth Maddock Dillon (Professor of English and Co Directory of the NULab for Texts, Maps, and Networks), Leah Rosenberg (Associate Professor of English, UF), Jason Steuber (Cofrin Curator of Asian Art, Samuel P. Harn Museum of Art, UF), Andrew Torgot (Historian and Director the Digital History Lab, UNT), and Glenn Willumson ( Associate Professor of Art History, Director of the Graduate Program in Museology, UF). All have agreed to contribute time, recommendations, an d advice for the developing the data module S cholarly advisors will each contribute 30 40 hours to the project for discussion, sharing example needs and problems, reviewing work, and reviewing iterative releases as new features are brought online and made publicly available. A ctivities will take place via virtual conferencing and emails, with no travel expected. ( Section: Letters of Commitment ). Key Personnel UF will hire a temporary Software Developer/IT Expert (.75 FTE year 1, 1 FTE year 2 $129,334 request) to develop tools and documentation that wil l be released with this project ( Appendix 3 : Project Programmer Position Description ). Center for the Humanities & the Public Sphere Associate Director, Sophia Acord, PhD, UF, ($5,230 X 3 years request) will serve as external evaluator using qualitative methods for interviewing, coding and analyzing data related to experiences of project team members and advisors. Collaborative Assessment and Program Evaluation Services Directo r, David Miller, PhD, UF ($3,000 request) will administer pre and post surveys during year 1 and 3 Temporary Instructional Video Developer, Diana Donnelly, UF (636 hours year 1 and 2 $9,978 request) will create instructional data management and tutoria l videos. Programmer Joey Liechty, UNT, (.5 FTE year 1 and 2 totals $39,023 request) will partner with UF development team to develop and implement specifications in the local UNT repository participating in project documentation and reporting. UF contri buted cost share: Digital Projects Librarian, Chelsea Dinsmore (.05 FTE for three years $12,861), Blake Landor (.05 FTE for three years $15,405), Exhibit Designer, Lourdes Santamaria Wheeler (.05 FTE for three years $9,267), and Manager of UF I R Christy Shorey (.05 FTE for three years $8,172) will provide expert feedback on librarian and library needs for the data module, support scholarly advisors, provide insight into library workflows from their perspectives in working with scholars, and pe rform outreach to faculty and librarian communities Software Developer, Suchitra Yellapantula (.15 FTE for three years $34,422) will develop tools and documentation. Evaluation holistic approach to evaluation includes a series of assessm ents Th e se will help ensure the quality of development and outreach processes in addressing the needs of humanities scholars. Evaluation will be pe rformed using three methods : 1) Ongoing self evaluation of the outcomes and processes at the end of each iterative phase; 2) Initial and final survey ing with an external evaluation report ; and, 3) In depth focus group s for qualitative analysis. S cholarly advisors will provide feedback on demonstrated features and hands on utilization of the system at each iterative phase during the meetings where t h eir feedback will be a formal agenda item. T he project team will work to elicit feedback informally through individual requests during the iterative sprints. After each two month sprint, schola r feedback on the process will be requested. The CAPES evaluator will distribute a survey specific to humanities scholars, on data needs at project start

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Building Cultures of Data Management through Integrative Approaches to Humanities Research Data University of Florida 13 to establish project benchmarks This will help gauge specific needs articulated by humanities commun ities at UF and UNT Th e survey will be needs survey, tailored to focus on humanities needs with questions on particular features, methods of research and sharing of data, and perceptions about data curation and management. The CAPES evaluator will distribute a final survey in the third year to collect feedback regarding project products. U sers will be asked again about perceptions related to storing and sharing data within IRs and subject rep ositories support for humanities data, and the culture of data management in the humanities The qualitative evaluator will attend the project meetings and conduct periodic interviews with scholarly advisors and provide analysis Finally, the qualitative evaluator will facilitate in depth focus group s and provide analysis of methods and tools annually. Th e qualitative evaluator will interview participants attend meetings, code observations and feedback and analy z e data related to experiences of project t eam members and advisors. The external evaluators will ensure impartial reporting on the overall process and results Th is assessment process is designed to provide an additional feedback loop related to implementation to applicability to the humanities. Final Products and Dissemination The final products of this project will be: 1) the data module as a reusable tool chain to support ; 2) the data module as a new resource for libraries, designed for e ase of implementation and sustainable support within library repository systems to improve the level and quality of resources available for managing and preserving humanities research data; 3) full technical documentation for both current and future implem enters an d end users; 4 ) in structional videos framing data in humanities practices as well as tutorial and training videos for creating and using data with the new data module; and, 5 ) extensive evaluative information for use in future development planning and to improve support for humanities research data All results will be made publicly available through a variety of mechanisms. Throughout the process, the latest daily code builds will be made available through GitHub, 23 a widely utilized ver si oning and code sharing system. At the end of each iterati ve phase and at project end the code will be available indefinitely through SourceForge 24 which will be the primary download location for code releases to the larger community. In addition, at pr oject end, all code will be archived and available in both UF IR s and maintained indefinitely for open, public access D ocumentation for implement ing repositories (current and future) and end users will be released in a variety of formats and made available i n SourceForge Project documentation will address two audiences : 1) Library and institutional implementers : documentation on the process, requirements, and detailed specifications for implementing th e data module (in part or whole) within an existing repository ; and, 2) S cholarly users: documentation to assist end users of the system in creating, editing, and using humanities research data Additional project documentation includes t he instructional videos (on data management in the humanities as well as training and tutorial videos for using the data module) which will be available in the IRs and YouTube. In addition to aiding in wide dissemination of products from the project, the project team and scholarly advisors will share information on the processes. Overall, the project will be promoted by UF and UNT liaison librarian s to their colleagues and scholars, scholars to their colleagues and students, technical experts to their communities of practice, and by project team members at conferences and in scholarly publications. ( Details appear on page 8: Work Plan P3: Promotion and Training ). 23 https://git hub.com/ 24 http://sourceforge.net/

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Building Cultures of Data Management through Integrative Approaches to Humanities Research Data University of Florida 14 Sustainability Plan The proposed project represents the next phase of a multi stage process in the socio technical (people, policies, technologies) endeavors to deploy data tools as part of the work to build shared cultures of data management within the humanities. The project work activities will be primarily based at the Libraries which has served as one of the co conveners of the campus wide Digital Humani ties Working Group and which has committed to supporting the IR and digital libraries hosted at UF. Digital libraries hosted by UF include library created collections, many scholarly curated collections, and inter institutional partnership, including the D igital Library of the Caribbean (dLOC, www.dloc.com ). The Libraries are the lead contributor to the SobekCM open source repository system which powers all repositories hosted at UF. Because of the robust, extensible, a n d interoperable infrastructure available through SobekCM, the Libraries have been developing support for data locally at UF In addition to the support at the UF Libraries, this project will develop a data module for use in other systems and configura tions, with the data module also to be implemented by UNT. Our project sustainability plan recognizes the institutional need for integrated support in managing, hosting, and preserving datasets and databases, and the require d technological support of th e data module to meet local needs. The larger socio technical project goals for building a culture of data management requires that the data module meets the immediate needs of scholars and libraries more generally for larger scale adoption. The products o f this proposal will be made freely and publicly available. Additionally, the project team will create tutorials and support materials specifically to encourage others to use and build upon our work. The project work plan focuses on engagement with the sc holarly advisors to ensure the data module supports their needs and integrates with their practices for capturing, manipulating, and preserving datasets and databases. In addition to initiate wider scale adoption through integration with scholarly practi ces and suppor t at other institutions, the Libraries are seeking to further foster ongoing sustainability in collaboration with g. Representatives from the Libraries are leaders of the UF campus wide Data Management/Curation Task For ce and are actively collaborating with UF Research Computing faculty on integration processes to address computational and training needs. The data module as scoped for this project development directly supports identified needs for the humanities as deter mined through the A possible next phase of this project in collaboration with Research Computing could further refine and extend the data module su pport for integrated support in other areas. Building cultures for practicing data mana gement in the humanities requires increasing awareness and connecting cultures to reach a critical mass while providing ongoing sustainability to actively pursue collaboration across and among different groups. The team will provide both conceptual models and functional tools for practical use. As shown in the work plan, we h ave allotted significant time for documentation and producing online tutorials to make the component tools easy to use. The components will be built in commonly used web standar d languages (JavaScript, CSS, and HTML) with minimal dependencies to make them quickly adoptable and

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Building Cultures of Data Management through Integrative Approaches to Humanities Research Data University of Florida 15 adapt able for existing repositories running on different technologies The underlying data model and the web application will su pport linked data with JSO N LD and allow querying through the standard SPARQL interface.

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Building Cultures of Data Management through Integrative Approaches to Humanities Research Data University of Florida 16 Data Management Plan is designed to leverage existing Institutional Repository (IR) and Digital Library infrastructures for the preservation of data materials (image, text, video, audio, etc.) to develop an integrated module for quantitative and machine actionable style datasets and databases. The project utilizes the repository infrastructures at each partner institution to implementing the integrated data module. For this proje ct, the Libraries commit to preserving and providing access to the software, documentation, and other project data in the UF Digital Collections (UFDC), powered by the SobekCM Open Source Software In addition, a complete project history and code will be made available in both GitHub (for daily builds) and SourceForge for the final release from the UF and UNT Libraries T he Libraries commit to archiving and making materials a ccessible on an ongoing basis and at project end This standard practice with in the Libraries demonstrates commitment to open and speedy dissemination of grant products and grant materials (e.g., "Unearthing St. Augustine" grant materials: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00004298 ) to support future research needs and build a university wide culture of grantsmanship. UF dedicate s significant staff time to digital preservation and access from the Digital Library Center staff, IR@UF Manager, Digital Development & Web Services Team, Digital Librarian, and others. Expected Data The project will generate a variety of data materials. The majority of the data will be software code and documentation. Additional data include: whitepaper, planning materials, reports, tutorial videos, training materials, meeting notes, and research databases and quantitative datasets that accompany research materials in other formats (digital files for newspapers, images, audio, video, archival correspondence, books, etc.) by combining the full research materials and machine actionable datasets to implement the data module using an iterative implementation and refinement process. During implementation and iterative software refinement processes throughout the grant period the project team will use GitHub for sharing code and documentation. The data will also be openly available for anyone from GitHub. For more permanent and findable support, all grant data materials will be made openly accessib le and preserved in the UF Digital Collections. Period of Data Retention The goal of this project is to create an Open Source, useable, and useful module that interoperates with existing IRs and digital libraries for integrated research data support. As such, the project team must share the results for its success The investigators commit to providing openly shared data in a timely manner. The project is a partnership among public university libraries that are all committed to Open Access. The propo sed research does not involve any private or otherwise restricted data, and does not involve any data that would present risk with disclosure. The team d o es not anticipate any privacy issues, ethical issues, or intellectual property issues. Data Formats and Dissemination

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Building Cultures of Data Management through Integrative Approaches to Humanities Research Data University of Florida 17 Software source code and associated documentation will be stored in plain ASCII files and may be packaged using standard Open Source tools (e.g., tar, gzip). A version control system (i.e., cvs, git, or subversion) will be used to suppo rt collaboration, version control and recovery of previous versions with project partners planning to use GitHub. Documentation will be embedded in source code, in separate ASCII files (e.g., plain ASCII, Asciidoc, HTML, XML) and/or in formatted files (e. g., PDF, DOCX, PPTX). Training and support materials will be stored in standard formats (e.g, HTML, PDF, AVI, PPTX, etc.). Researcher datasets and accompanying files will be made available in their original and normalized formats (brief list of selected recommended formats: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00017119/00011 ). All materials will be available in the IR@UF powered by the SobekCM software with metadata for all materials (at the item, group, and aggregation levels), permanent identifiers and URLs, multiple file formats a nd digital object packages ( preservation and access copies), and more. All materials for this project will be openly accessible and will be made available as soon as possible, with the supporting metada ta for findability and usability. In most cases, the latest project deliverables will be made available immediately and additionally in regular releases every month. Data Storage and Preservation of Access The Libraries are currently committed to long term digital preservation of all materials in the UF Digital Collections (UFDC), including the IR@UF, and in UF supported collaborative projects as with the Digital Library of the Caribbean (dLOC). Redundant digital archives, adherence to proven standards, and rigorous quality control methods protect digital objects. Through UFDC, the L ibraries provide a comprehensive approach to digital preservati on, including technical support, reference services for both online and offline archived files, and support services by providing training and consultation for digitization standards for long term digital preservation. The Libraries support locally create d digital resources as powered by and hosted with the SobekCM Open Source Repository Software including the UFDC which contains over 381,000 digital objects with over 30 mil lion files (as of February 2014). The Libraries create METS/MODS metadata for all materials. Citation information for each digital object is also automatically transformed by the SobekCM software into MARCXML and Dublin Core. These records are widely distributed through library networks and through search engine optimization to ensure broad public access to all online materials. In practice consistent for all digital projects and materials supported by the UF Libraries, redundant copies are maintained for all online and offline files. The digital archive is maintained as the Florida Digital Archive (FDA) which was completed in 2005 and is available at no cost to Flori university libraries. The software programmed to support the FDA is modeled on the widely accepted Open Archival Information System. It is a dark archive and supports the preservation functions of format normalization, mass format migration and migration on request. As items are processed into the UFDC for public access, a command in the METS header directs a copy of the files to the FDA. The process of forwarding original files d protect electronic data for the long term. If items are not directed to load for public access, they do not load online and are instead loaded directly to the FDA. For more, s ee: http://ufdc.ufl.ed u/sobekcm/preservation

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click for Budget Instructions x-none Computational Details/Notes x-none (notes)x-none Year 1x-none (notes)x-none Year 2x-none (notes)x-none Year 3x-none Project Total x-none 09/01/2014__08/31/2015__ x-none 09/01/2015__08/31/2016__ x-none 09/01/2016__08/31/2017__ x-none 1. Salaries & Wages x-none TBD; IT Expert 2x-none $55,443/yrx-none 75%x-none $41,582x-none 100%x-none $55,443x-none %x-none $97,025 x-none Acord, Sophia; Project Evaluator x-none Only Summer Semesterx-none 100%x-none $5,000x-none 100%x-none $5,000x-none 100%x-none $5,000x-none $15,000 x-none Donnelly, Diana; Instructional Video Developer x-none $15/hr X 318 hoursx-none 100%x-none $4,770x-none 100%x-none $4,770x-none %x-none $9,540 x-none %x-none %x-none %x-none $0 x-none %x-none %x-none %x-none $0 x-none %x-none %x-none %x-none $0 x-none 2. Fringe Benefits x-none 33.3%x-none $13,847x-none $18,462x-none $32,309 x-none 4.6%x-none $449x-none $450x-none $230x-none $1,129 x-none 3. Consultant Fees x-none CAPES-Survey workx-none $1,000x-none $2,000x-none $3,000 x-none 4. Travel x-none $0 x-none $0 x-none 5. Supplies & Materials x-none $0 x-none University of Florida x-none 09/01/2014 through 08/31/2017 x-none Mark Sullivan x-none Budget Form x-none OMB No 3136-0134 Expires 7/31/2015 x-none Applicant Institution: x-none Project Director: x-none Project Grant Period:

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x-none 6. Services x-none UNT Sub-Contract x-none 7. Other Costs x-none $0 x-none 8. Total Direct Costsx-none Per Yearx-none $90,818x-none $128,378x-none $12,787x-none $231,983 x-none 9. Total Indirect Costs x-none 28.5% rate; $90,818-YR1 Base; $128,378-YR2 Base; $12,787YR3 Base; Dept of Health & Human Services; 07/01/12 x-none Per Yearx-none $25,883x-none $24,212x-none $2,061x-none $52,156 x-none 10. Total Project Costsx-none $284,139 x-none 11. Project Fundingx-none a. Requested from NEHx-none $284,139 x-none $0 x-none $284,139 x-none b. Cost Sharingx-none $188,775 x-none $0 x-none $0 x-none $0 x-none $188,775 x-none 12. Total Project Fundingx-none $472,914 x-none Third-Party Contributions: x-none (Direct and Indirect costs for entire project) x-none Project Income: x-none Applicant's Contributions: x-none Outright: x-none Federal Matching Funds: x-none TOTAL REQUESTED FROM NEH: x-none Other Federal Agencies: x-none TOTAL COST SHARING:

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Building Cultures of Data Management through Integrative Approaches to Humanities Research University of Florida Budget Narrative Salary & Wages plus Fringe (UF) NEH Request ($155,003) The project team plans to hire a temporary Software Developer/IT Expert (.75 FTE year 1 and 1 FTE year 2 totals $129,334) to develop the tools and documentation that will be released with this project. Temporary Instructional Video Developer, Diana Donnelly ($15/hour X 636 hours in year 1 and 2 totals $9,978), will create instructional data management and tutorial videos. Additionally, an external evaluator, Sophia Acord, Ph.D. ($5,230 X 3 years summer salary totals $15,690) will use qualitative methods for interviewing, coding and analyzing data related to experiences of project team members and advisors. Salary & Wages plus Fringe (U NT) NEH Request ( UNT plans to contribute to the creation of the system and to test the integration of the system within their repository architecture. Librarian Mark Phillips (.03 FTE year 1 and 2 totals $) will provide the overall direction and management of the UNT portion of the project as well as participating in research and documentation activities. Programmer Joey Liechty (.5 FTE year 1 and 2 totals ) will partner with the UF development team in coordination with Phillips to develop and implement specifications created by the project in the local UNT Digital Library repository. He will participate in project meetings and contribute to project documentation and reporting. Salary & Wages plus Fringe (UF) Cost Share ($188,775) Cost share will be provided by Smathers Libraries key participants as follows : Senior IT and Head of Digital Development and Web Unit, Mark Sullivan (PI) (.20 FTE for three years totals $57,672) will oversee the project, manage the temporary developer, and continue the development of the tools after the grant period; Digital Humanities Librarian, Laurie Taylor (Co-PI) (.20 FTE for three years totals $50,976) will facilitate scholarly advisory board activities and meetings, liaise with technical team and scholars, provide feedback from other scholars with materials and collections intended for dLOC, and liaise with UF and UNT Research Computing groups for future expansions and shared scholarly cyberinfrastructure ; International Documents Librarian, Chelsea Dinsmore (.05 FTE for three years totals $12,861) will facilitate outreach and training and liaise with scholars; Classics, Philosophy and Religion Librarian, Blake Landor (.05 FTE for three years totals $15,405) will additionally facilitate outreach and training and liaise with scholars in fields of his specialization; Exhibit Designer, Lourdes Santamaria Wheeler (.05 FTE for three years totals $9,267) will liaise with museums and outreach to humanities scholars ; Manager of UF Institutional Repository and Theses & Dissertations Program, Christy Shorey (.05 FTE for three years totals $8,172) will assist with promotion and training of users of the developed system; Software Developer, Suchitra Yellapantula (.15 FTE for three years totals $34,422) will assist with development of the tool and provide ongoing support. Consultant Fees (UF) NEH Request ($3,000) Additional external evaluation services will be provided by the Collaborative Assessment and Program Evaluation Services (CAPES) will administer pre and post surveys during year 1 and 3 ($3,000) to Indirect Costs (UF) NEH Request ($52,156) NEH funding is requested for IDC rate of 28.5% for UF as follows: $52,156 ($90,818 in base direct costs in year 1, totals $25,883; $128,378 base direct costs in year 2 totals $24,212; and $12,787 base direct costs in year 3 totals costs.

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Building Cultures of Data Management through Integrative Approaches to Humanities Research University of Florida Indirect Costs (UNT) NEH Request ($23,994) NEH funding is requested for IDC rate for UNT of 49% as follows: $23,994 ($16,331 in base direct costs in year 1, totals $7,839; $29,901 in base direct costs in year 2 totaling $14,352; and $3,755 in base direct costs in year 3, totals $1,802).

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x-none File Numberx-none 9.5x-none Year 1 x-none Project Title x-none Phone Numberx-none -2415x-none E-mail x-none 2/12/2014 Personnel x-none (EMPL IDs ARE REQUIRED FOR ALL UNT EMPLOYEES)x-none Last Namex-none First Namex-none EMPL ID# x-none Employee Type x-none Responsibility Monthly Rate x-none Percent Effort (%) Project Salary x-none Liechtyx-none Joeyx-none 10237710x-none Staffx-none Programmerx-none 50x-none 2x-none 3 x-none Phillipsx-none Markx-none 1008791x-none Facultyx-none PIx-none 3x-none 9x-none 3x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0 $0 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0 $0 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0 Fringe Benefits for Personnel x-none Last Namex-none First Namex-none EMPL ID#x-none Retirementx-none Insurance Typex-none Other Support x-none Hire Datex-none Fringe Rate x-none Fringe Benefit Totals x-none Liechtyx-none Joeyx-none 10237710x-none TRSx-none Employeex-none Yesx-none 10/1/2012x-none 15.45 x-none Phillipsx-none Markx-none 1008791x-none TRSx-none Spousex-none Yesx-none 9/1/2004x-none 15.45 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none TRSx-none Employeex-none Yesx-none 9/1/2007x-none 15.45 $0 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none TRSx-none Employeex-none Yesx-none 9/1/2007x-none 15.45x-none $0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none TRSx-none Employeex-none Yesx-none 9/1/2007x-none 15.45x-none $0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none TRSx-none Employeex-none Yesx-none 9/1/2007x-none 15.45x-none $0 x-none $3,435 x-none $16,331 Students x-none Last Namex-none First Namex-none EMPL ID# x-none Student Type x-none Responsibility x-none Monthly Rate x-none Percent Effort (%) x-none Project Salary x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none Graduatex-none 0x-none $0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none Graduatex-none 0x-none $0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none $0 Fringe Benefits for Students x-none Last Namex-none First Namex-none EMPL ID# x-none Student Type x-none Insurance Typex-none Other Support x-none Hire Datex-none Fringe Rate x-none Fringe Benefit Totals x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none Graduatex-none Employeex-none Nox-none 9/1/2007x-none 8.65x-none $0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none Graduatex-none Employeex-none Nox-none 9/1/2007x-none 8.65x-none $0 x-none $0 x-none $0 x-none $12,896 x-none $3,435 x-none $16,331 Travel x-none Componentx-none Locationx-none Datex-none Destinationx-none Cost x-none $0x-none $0 x-none $0 Capital Expenditures/Equipment x-none Amountx-none Quantityx-none Cost x-none $0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none $0 Supplies x-none Amountx-none Quantityx-none Cost x-none $0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none $0 x-none Amountx-none Quantityx-none Cost x-none $0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none $0 Sub-Contracts x-none Amount x-none $0 x-none $0 Participant Support Costs x-none Amountx-none Quantityx-none Cost x-none $0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none Sum of Participant Support Costsx-none $0 Other-Graduate Student Tuition x-none Calculate Grad Tuition in this Budget Category. DC is not assessed on tuition. x-none Amountx-none Quantityx-none Cost x-none $0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none Sum of Other-Graduate Student Tuition x-none $0 Other-All Other Costs except Graduate Tuition x-none Amountx-none Quantityx-none Cost x-none $0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none Sum of Otherx-none $0 Indirect Costs x-none IDC ratex-none $16,331 x-none 48 x-none $7,839 x-none Total Direct Costsx-none $16,331 x-none $24,170 x-none Total Amount Requested for Year 1 Budget x-none Description x-none Modified Total Direct Costs x-none Item x-none Description x-none Sum of Publication/Printing Charges x-none Sum of Sub-Contracts x-none Item x-none Description x-none Documentation Location x-none IDC Amount x-none Research x-none This Budget is prepared for x-none NEH Digital Humanities Implementation Grant with University of Florida x-none Budget Prepared by x-none Mark Phillips markphillips@unt.edu x-none UNT employees can not be recipients of UNT sub-contracts and must be paid in personnel category. x-none Description Publication Charges x-none Description x-none Description x-none Description x-none IDC Type x-none Item x-none These items individually are UNDER $5,000. x-none Sum of Supplies x-none For the typical activities included in this category, hold mouse over the cell to the left. x-none BB version x-none Number of Months (Academic) x-none Description x-none Sum of Fringe Benefits for Students x-none Sum of Equipment x-none These items individually are OVER $5,000. Please obtain a vendor quote x-none This Budget was drafted on: x-none Project Budget x-none Sum of Travel x-none Sum of Personnel x-none Sum of Personnel and Fringe Benefits x-none Sum of Fringe Benefits for Personnel x-none Item x-none Sum of Personnel and Students x-none Sum of Students and Fringe Benefits x-none 2001 2013 by University of North Texas, Office of Research Services x-none Item x-none 0 x-none Item x-none Item x-none Number of Months (Summer) x-none Number of Months (Summer) x-none Number of Months (Academic) x-none Sum of Salary x-none Sum of Fringe Benefits x-none Sum of Students

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x-none File Numberx-none 0x-none 9.5x-none 0x-none Year 2 x-none Project Title x-none Phone Numberx-none -2415x-none E-mail x-none 2/12/2014x-none Personnel x-none Last Namex-none First Namex-none EMPL ID# x-none Employee Type x-none Responsibility x-none Monthly Rate x-none Percent Effort (%) x-none Project Salary x-none Liechtyx-none Joeyx-none 10237710x-none Staffx-none Programmerx-none $4,146x-none 50x-none 9x-none 1x-none $20,729 x-none Phillipsx-none Markx-none 1008791x-none Facultyx-none PIx-none $8,106x-none 3x-none 9x-none 3x-none $2,918 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none $23,647 Fringe Benefits for Personnel x-none Last Namex-none First Namex-none EMPL ID#x-none Retirementx-none Insurance Typex-none Other Support x-none Hire Datex-none Fringe Rate x-none Fringe Benefit Totals x-none Liechtyx-none Joeyx-none 10237710x-none TRSx-none Employeex-none Yesx-none 10/1/2012x-none 15.45x-none $5,518 x-none Phillipsx-none Markx-none 1008791x-none TRSx-none Spousex-none Yesx-none 9/1/2004x-none 15.45x-none $736 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none TRSx-none Employeex-none Yesx-none 9/1/2007x-none 15.45x-none $0 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none TRSx-none Employeex-none Yesx-none 9/1/2007x-none 15.45x-none $0 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none TRSx-none Employeex-none Yesx-none 9/1/2007x-none 15.45x-none $0 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none TRSx-none Employeex-none Yesx-none 9/1/2007x-none 15.45x-none $0 x-none $6,254 x-none $29,901 Students x-none Last Namex-none First Namex-none EMPL ID# x-none Student Type x-none Responsibility x-none Monthly Rate x-none Percent Effort (%) x-none Project Salary x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none Graduatex-none 0x-none $0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none Graduatex-none 0x-none $0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none $0 Fringe Benefits for Students x-none Last Namex-none First Namex-none EMPL ID# x-none Student Type x-none Insurance Typex-none Other Support x-none Hire Datex-none Fringe Rate x-none Fringe Benefit Totals x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none Graduatex-none Employeex-none Nox-none 9/1/2007x-none 8.65x-none $0 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none Graduatex-none Employeex-none Nox-none 9/1/2007x-none 8.65x-none $0 x-none $0 x-none $0 x-none $23,647 x-none $6,254 x-none $29,901 Travel x-none Componentx-none Locationx-none Datex-none Destinationx-none Cost x-none $0 x-none $0 Capital Expenditures/Equipment x-none Amountx-none Quantityx-none Cost x-none $0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none $0 Supplies x-none Amountx-none Quantityx-none Cost x-none $0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none $0 x-none Pricex-none Quantityx-none Cost x-none $0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none $0 Sub-Contracts x-none Amount x-none $0 x-none $0 Participant Support Costs x-none Amountx-none Quantityx-none Cost x-none $0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none Sum of Participant Support Costsx-none $0 Other-Graduate Student Tuition x-none Calculate Grad Tuition in this Budget Category. IDC is not assessed on tuition. x-none Amountx-none Quantityx-none Cost x-none $0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none Sum of Other-Graduate Student Tuition x-none $0 Other-All Other Costs except Graduate Tuition x-none Pricex-none Quantityx-none Cost x-none $0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none Sum of Otherx-none $0 Indirect Costs x-none IDC ratex-none $29,901 x-none 48x-none $14,352 x-none Total Direct Costsx-none $29,901 x-none $44,253 x-none Description x-none Item x-none Item x-none Description x-none 0 x-none 0 x-none Sum of Sub-Contracts x-none Sum of Students and Fringe Benefits x-none Sum of Personnel and Students x-none Description x-none Sum of Travel x-none IDC Amount x-none Total Amount Requested for Year 2 Budget x-none Research x-none 0 x-none IDC Type x-none Documentation Location x-none Item x-none Description x-none Modified Total Direct Costs x-none Sum of Publication/Printing Charges x-none Sum of Equipment x-none Description x-none Item x-none Item x-none 2001 2013 by University of North Texas, Office of Research Services x-none Project Budget x-none This Budget was drafted on: x-none Number of Months (Academic) x-none Sum of Students x-none Sum of Fringe Benefits for Students x-none This Budget is prepared for x-none NEH Digital Humanities Implementation Grant with University of Florida x-none Budget Prepared by x-none Mark Phillips x-none markphillips@unt.edu x-none BB version x-none Sum of Personnel x-none Sum of Fringe Benefits for Personnel x-none Number of Months (Academic) x-none Sum of Personnel and Fringe Benefits x-none Number of Months (Summer) x-none Number of Months (Summer) x-none Sum of Salary x-none Sum of Fringe Benefits x-none These items individually are OVER $5,000. x-none UNT employees can not be recipients of UNT sub-contracts and must be paid in personnel category. x-none Sum of Supplies x-none Description x-none For the typical activities included in this category, hold mouse over the cell to the left. Publication Charges x-none Item x-none Description x-none Item x-none Description x-none These items individually are UNDER $5,000.

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x-none File Numberx-none 0x-none 9.5x-none 0x-none Year 3 x-none Project Title x-none Phone Numberx-none -2415x-none E-mail x-none 2/12/2014x-none Personnel x-none Last Namex-none First Namex-none EMPL ID# x-none Employee Type x-none Responsibility x-none Monthly Rate x-none Percent Effort (%) x-none Project Salary x-none Liechtyx-none Joeyx-none 10237710x-none Staffx-none Programmerx-none $4,270x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none Phillipsx-none Markx-none 1008791x-none Facultyx-none PIx-none $8,349x-none 3x-none 9x-none 3x-none $3,006 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none $3,006 Fringe Benefits for Personnel x-none Last Namex-none First Namex-none EMPL ID#x-none Retirementx-none Insurance Typex-none Other Support x-none Hire Datex-none Fringe Rate x-none Fringe Benefit Totals x-none Liechtyx-none Joeyx-none 10237710x-none TRSx-none Employeex-none Yesx-none 10/1/2012x-none 15.45x-none $0 x-none Phillipsx-none Markx-none 1008791x-none TRSx-none Spousex-none Yesx-none 9/1/2004x-none 15.45x-none $749 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none TRSx-none Employeex-none Yesx-none 9/1/2007x-none 15.45x-none $0 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none TRSx-none Employeex-none Yesx-none 9/1/2007x-none 15.45x-none $0 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none TRSx-none Employeex-none Yesx-none 9/1/2007x-none 15.45x-none $0 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none TRSx-none Employeex-none Yesx-none 9/1/2007x-none 15.45x-none $0 x-none $749 x-none $3,755 Students x-none Last Namex-none First Namex-none EMPL ID# x-none Student Type x-none Responsibility x-none Monthly Rate x-none Percent Effort (%) x-none Project Salary x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none Graduatex-none 0x-none $0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none Graduatex-none 0x-none $0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none $0 Fringe Benefits for Students x-none Last Namex-none First Namex-none EMPL ID# x-none Student Type x-none Insurance Typex-none Other Support x-none Hire Datex-none Fringe Rate x-none Fringe Benefit Totals x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none Graduatex-none Employeex-none Nox-none 9/1/2007x-none 8.65x-none $0 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none Graduatex-none Employeex-none Nox-none 9/1/2007x-none 8.65x-none $0 x-none $0 x-none $0 x-none $3,006 x-none $749 x-none $3,755 Travel x-none Componentx-none Locationx-none Datex-none Destinationx-none Cost x-none $0 x-none $0 Capital Expenditures/Equipment x-none Amountx-none Quantityx-none Cost x-none $0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none $0 Supplies x-none Amountx-none Quantityx-none Cost x-none $0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none $0 x-none Pricex-none Quantityx-none Cost x-none $0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none $0 Sub-Contracts x-none Amount x-none $0 x-none $0 Participant Support Costs x-none Amountx-none Quantityx-none Cost x-none $0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none Sum of Participant Support Costsx-none $0 Other-Graduate Student Tuition x-none Calculate Grad Tuition in this Budget Category. IDC is not assessed on tuition. x-none Amountx-none Quantityx-none Cost x-none $0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none Sum of Other-Graduate Student Tuition x-none $0 Other-All Other Costs except Graduate Tuition x-none Pricex-none Quantityx-none Cost x-none $0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none Sum of Otherx-none $0 Indirect Costs x-none IDC ratex-none $3,755 x-none 48x-none $1,802 x-none Total Direct Costsx-none $3,755 x-none $5,557 x-none Total Amount Requested for Year 3 Budget x-none Research Publication Charges x-none For the typical activities included in this category, hold mouse over the cell to the left. x-none Item x-none IDC Type x-none IDC Amount x-none Description x-none Number of Months (Summer) x-none Documentation Location x-none Sum of Personnel and Fringe Benefits x-none Sum of Publication/Printing Charges x-none Sum of Sub-Contracts x-none Description x-none NEH Digital Humanities Implementation Grant with University of Florida x-none Budget Prepared by x-none Mark Phillips x-none mark.phillips@unt.edu x-none Project Budget x-none Number of Months (Summer) x-none 0 x-none Item x-none Description x-none UNT employees can not be recipients of UNT sub-contracts and must be paid in personnel category. x-none Description x-none Item x-none This Budget was drafted on: x-none These items individually are OVER $5,000Please obtain a vendor quote x-none Description x-none Sum of Fringe Benefits for Students x-none Sum of Students and Fringe Benefits x-none This Budget is prepared for x-none Sum of Travel x-none Description x-none Number of Months (Academic) x-none Sum of Personnel and Students x-none Item x-none Modified Total Direct Costs x-none 0 x-none Item x-none Description x-none Item x-none Sum of Students x-none Sum of Salary x-none Sum of Fringe Benefits x-none 2001 2013 by University of North Texas Office of Research Services x-none These items individually are UNDER $5,000. x-none 0 x-none BB version x-none Item x-none Description x-none Sum of Personnel x-none Sum of Fringe Benefits for Personnel x-none Number of Months (Academic) x-none Sum of Supplies x-none Sum of Equipment

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x-none File Numberx-none 0x-none 9.5x-none 0x-none Year 4 x-none Project Title x-none Phone Numberx-none -2415x-none E-mail x-none 2/12/2014x-none Personnel x-none Last Namex-none First Namex-none EMPL ID# x-none Employee Type x-none Responsibility x-none Monthly Rate x-none Percent Effort (%) x-none Project Salary x-none Liechtyx-none Joeyx-none 10237710x-none Staffx-none Programmerx-none $4,398x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none Phillipsx-none Markx-none 1008791x-none Facultyx-none PIx-none $8,600x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none $0 Fringe Benefits for Personnel x-none Last Namex-none First Namex-none EMPL ID#x-none Retirementx-none Insurance Typex-none Other Support x-none Hire Datex-none Fringe Rate x-none Fringe Benefit Totals x-none Liechtyx-none Joeyx-none 10237710x-none TRSx-none Employeex-none Yesx-none 10/1/2012x-none 15.45x-none $0 x-none Phillipsx-none Markx-none 1008791x-none TRSx-none Spousex-none Yesx-none 9/1/2004x-none 15.45x-none $0 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none TRSx-none Employeex-none Yesx-none 9/1/2007x-none 15.45x-none $0 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none TRSx-none Employeex-none Yesx-none 9/1/2007x-none 15.45x-none $0 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none TRSx-none Employeex-none Yesx-none 9/1/2007x-none 15.45x-none $0 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none TRSx-none Employeex-none Yesx-none 9/1/2007x-none 15.45x-none $0 x-none $0 x-none $0 Students x-none Last Namex-none First Namex-none EMPL ID# x-none Student Type x-none Responsibility x-none Monthly Rate x-none Percent Effort (%) x-none Project Salary x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none Graduatex-none 0x-none $0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none Graduatex-none 0x-none $0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none $0 Fringe Benefits for Students x-none Last Namex-none First Namex-none EMPL ID# x-none Student Type x-none Insurance Typex-none Other Support x-none Hire Datex-none Fringe Rate x-none Fringe Benefit Totals x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none Graduatex-none Employeex-none Nox-none 9/1/2007x-none 8.65x-none $0 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none Graduatex-none Employeex-none Nox-none 9/1/2007x-none 8.65x-none $0 x-none $0 x-none $0 x-none $0 x-none $0 x-none $0 Travel x-none Componentx-none Locationx-none Datex-none Destinationx-none Cost x-none $0 x-none $0 Capital Expenditures/Equipment x-none Amountx-none Quantityx-none Cost x-none $0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none $0 Supplies x-none Amountx-none Quantityx-none Cost x-none $0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none $0 x-none Pricex-none Quantityx-none Cost x-none $0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none $0 Sub-Contracts x-none Amount x-none $0 x-none $0 Participant Support Costs x-none Amountx-none Quantityx-none Cost x-none $0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none Sum of Participants Support Costsx-none $0 Other-Graduate Student Tuition x-none Calculate Grad Tuition in this Budget Category. DC is not assessed on tuition. x-none Amountx-none Quantityx-none Cost x-none $0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none Sum of Other-Graduate Student Tuition x-none $0 Other-All Other Costs except Graduate Tuition x-none Pricex-none Quantityx-none Cost x-none $0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none Sum of Otherx-none $0 Indirect Costs x-none IDC ratex-none $0 x-none 48x-none $0 x-none Total Direct Costsx-none $0 x-none $0 x-none markphillips@untedu x-none Project Budget x-none This Budget was drafted on: x-none Number of Months (Academic) x-none Description x-none These items individually are UNDER $5,000. x-none Description Publication Charges x-none Budget Prepared by x-none Mark Phillips x-none For the typical activities included in this category, hold mouse over the cell to the left. x-none Item x-none Item x-none Item x-none Item x-none IDC Amount x-none Description x-none Documentation Location x-none Modified Total Direct Costs x-none Sum of Sub-Contracts x-none NEH Digital Humanities Implementation Grant with University of Florida x-none 0 x-none Description x-none UNT employees can not be recipients of UNT sub-contracts and must be paid in personnel category. x-none Description x-none Item x-none This Budget is prepared for x-none Sum of Travel x-none Sum of Supplies x-none Number of Months (Academic) x-none BB version x-none Sum of Salary x-none Sum of Personnel and Students x-none Sum of Equipment x-none These items individually are OVER $5,000. x-none 0 x-none Sum of Fringe Benefits for Students x-none Sum of Fringe Benefits x-none Description x-none Item x-none Sum of Publication/Printing Charges x-none Item x-none Description x-none 2001 2013 by University of North Texas Office of Research Services x-none IDC Type x-none Description x-none Total Amount Requested for Year 4 Budget x-none Research x-none 0 x-none Sum of Personnel x-none Sum of Fringe Benefits for Personnel x-none Number of Months (Summer) x-none Sum of Personnel and Fringe Benefits x-none Sum of Students and Fringe Benefits x-none Sum of Students x-none Number of Months (Summer)

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x-none File Numberx-none 0x-none 9.5x-none 0x-none Year 5 x-none Project Title x-none Phone Numberx-none -2415x-none E-mail x-none 2/12/2014x-none Personnel x-none Last Namex-none First Namex-none EMPL ID# x-none Employee Type x-none Responsibility x-none Monthly Rate x-none Percent Effort (%) x-none Project Salary x-none Liechtyx-none Joeyx-none 10237710x-none Staffx-none Programmerx-none $4,530x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none Phillipsx-none Markx-none 1008791x-none Facultyx-none PIx-none $8,858x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none $0 Fringe Benefits for Personnel x-none Last Namex-none First Namex-none EMPL ID#x-none Retirementx-none Insurance Typex-none Other Support x-none Hire Datex-none Fringe Rate x-none Fringe Benefit Totals x-none Liechtyx-none Joeyx-none 10237710x-none TRSx-none Employeex-none Yesx-none 10/1/2012x-none 15.45x-none $0 x-none Phillipsx-none Markx-none 1008791x-none TRSx-none Spousex-none Yesx-none 9/1/2004x-none 15.45x-none $0 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none TRSx-none Employeex-none Yesx-none 9/1/2007x-none 15.45x-none $0 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none TRSx-none Employeex-none Yesx-none 9/1/2007x-none 15.45x-none $0 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none TRSx-none Employeex-none Yesx-none 9/1/2007x-none 15.45x-none $0 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none TRSx-none Employeex-none Yesx-none 9/1/2007x-none 15.45x-none $0 x-none $0 x-none $0 Students x-none Last Namex-none First Namex-none EMPL ID# x-none Student Type x-none Responsibility x-none Monthly Rate x-none Percent Effort (%) x-none Project Salary x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none Graduatex-none 0x-none $0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none Graduatex-none 0x-none $0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none $0 Fringe Benefits for Students x-none Last Namex-none First Namex-none EMPL ID# x-none Student Type x-none Insurance Typex-none Other Support x-none Hire Datex-none Fringe Rate x-none Fringe Benefit Totals x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none Graduatex-none Employeex-none Nox-none 9/1/2007x-none 8.65x-none $0 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none Graduatex-none Employeex-none Nox-none 9/1/2007x-none 8.65x-none $0 x-none $0 x-none $0 x-none $0 x-none $0 x-none $0 Travel x-none Componentx-none Locationx-none Datex-none Destinationx-none Cost x-none $0 x-none $0 Capital Expenditures/Equipment x-none Amountx-none Quantityx-none Cost x-none $0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none $0 Supplies x-none Amountx-none Quantityx-none Cost x-none $0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none $0 x-none Pricex-none Quantityx-none Cost x-none $0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none $0 Sub-Contracts x-none Amount x-none $0 x-none $0 Participant Support Costs x-none Amountx-none Quantityx-none Cost x-none $0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none Sum of Participant Support Costsx-none $0 Other-Graduate Student Tuition x-none Calculate Grad Tuition in this Budget Category. DC is not assessed on tuition. x-none Amountx-none Quantityx-none Cost x-none $0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none Sum of Other-Graduate Student Tuition x-none $0 Other-All Other Costs except Graduate Tuition x-none Pricex-none Quantityx-none Cost x-none $0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none Sum of Otherx-none $0 Indirect Costs x-none IDC ratex-none $0 x-none 48x-none $0 x-none Total Direct Costsx-none $0 x-none $0 Publication Charges x-none This Budget was drafted on: x-none Project Budget x-none This Budget is prepared for x-none NEH Digital Humanities Implementation Grant with University of Florida x-none Budget Prepared by x-none Mark Phillips x-none markphillips@untedu x-none BB version x-none Number of Months (Academic) x-none 0 x-none Sum of Students and Fringe Benefits x-none Sum of Personnel and Students x-none Sum of Salary x-none Sum of Fringe Benefits x-none Description x-none UNT employees can not be recipients of UNT sub-contracts and must be paid in personnel category. x-none 0 x-none IDC Amount x-none IDC Type x-none Modified Total Direct Costs x-none Description x-none Item x-none Item x-none Sum of Publication/Printing Charges x-none 0 x-none For the typical activities included in this category, hold mouse over the cell to the left. x-none Sum of Supplies x-none Item x-none Sum of Sub-Contracts x-none Item x-none Description x-none Item x-none Description x-none 2001 2013 by University of North Texas, Office of Research Services x-none Description x-none Documentation Location x-none Total Amount Requested for Year 5 Budget x-none Research x-none Description x-none Sum of Personnel x-none Sum of Fringe Benefits for Personnel x-none Number of Months (Academic) x-none Sum of Personnel and Fringe Benefits x-none Number of Months (Summer) x-none Number of Months (Summer) x-none Item x-none Sum of Equipment x-none Sum of Students x-none Sum of Fringe Benefits for Students x-none These items individually are UNDER $5,000. x-none These items individually are OVER $5,000. x-none Sum of Travel x-none Item x-none Description x-none Description

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x-none File Number:x-none 0x-none $41,682 x-none Project Title:x-none NEH Digital Humanities Implementation Grant with University of Florida x-none BB Version:x-none 9.5 x-none Project Budget x-none Year 1x-none Year 2x-none Year 3x-none Year 4x-none Year 5x-none Total Personnel x-none Liechtyx-none Joeyx-none 10237710x-none $10,063x-none $20,729x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $30,791 x-none Phillipsx-none Markx-none 1008791x-none $2,833x-none $2,918x-none $3,006x-none $0x-none $0x-none $8,757 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0 Subtotal of Personnel x-none $12,896x-none $23,647x-none $3,006x-none $0x-none $0x-none $39,548 Fringe Benefits x-none Liechtyx-none Joeyx-none 10237710 x-none Phillipsx-none Markx-none 1008791 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0 Subtotal of Fringe Benefits for Personnel Subtotal of Personnel and FB x-none $16,331x-none $29,901x-none $3,755x-none $0x-none $0x-none $49,987 Students x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0 Subtotal of Students x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0 Fringe Benefits for Students x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0 x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0 Subtotal of Fringe Benefits for Students x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0 Subtotal of Students and FBS x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0 Subtotal of Salary x-none $12,896x-none $23,647x-none $3,006x-none $0x-none $0x-none $39,548 Subtotal of Fringe Benefits x-none $3,435x-none $6,254x-none $749x-none $0x-none $0x-none $10,438 Subtotal of Personnel and Students x-none $16,331x-none $29,901x-none $3,755x-none $0x-none $0x-none $49,987 Travel x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0 Capital Expenditures/Equipment x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0 Supplies x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0 Publication/Printing Charges x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0 Sub-Contracts 0 x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0 x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0 Participant Support Costs x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0 Other-Graduate Student Tuition (IDC is not assessed on tuition) x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0 Other-All Other Costs except Graduate Tuition x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0 x-none $0 Total Direct Costs x-none $16,331x-none $29,901x-none $3,755x-none $0x-none $0x-none $49,987 Modified Total Direct Costs x-none $16,331x-none $29,901x-none $3,755x-none $0x-none $0x-none $49,987 Indirect Costs x-none $7,839x-none $14,352x-none $1,802x-none $0x-none $0x-none $23,994 Total Direct Costs x-none $16,331x-none $29,901x-none $3,755x-none $0x-none $0x-none $49,987 Indirect Costs x-none $7,839x-none $14,352x-none $1,802x-none $0x-none $0x-none $23,994 Requested Amount x-none $24,170x-none $44,253x-none $5,557x-none $0x-none $0x-none $73,980 Requested Amount x-none $24,170x-none $44,253x-none $5,557x-none $0x-none $0x-none $73,980 x-none Budget Prepared by: x-none Phone Number:x-none -2415 x-none E-mail: Subtotal of Sub-Contracts Subtotal of all non-personnel items x-none Mark Phillips x-none mark.phillips@ x-none 2001 2013 by University of North Texas, Office of Research Services 0

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MARK V. SULLIVAN Head of Digital Development & Web Services George A. Smathers Libraries, University of Florida ADDRESS: George A. Smathers Libraries TEL: 352.273.2907 P.O. Box 117000 EMAIL: marsull@uflib.ufl.edu University of Florida Gainesville, FL 32611-7000 EDUCATION: BS 2011 University of Florida, Computer Information Science Engineering RECENT POSITIONS HELD 2011 Head of Digital Development & Web Services, Information Technology, George A. Smathers Libraries, University of Florida 2005 2011 Information Technology Expert, Information Technology & Digital Library Center, George A. Smathers Libraries, University of Florida 2004 2005 Developer, Ephemeral Cities Project, Digital Library Center, George A. Smathers Libraries, University of Florida PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS Application Engineer and Digital Curation Director, Digital Library of the Caribbean Co -Director, Information Technology SIG, Association of Caribbean University, Research, and Institutional Libraries (ACURIL) Member, Association for Computing Machinery Member, American Library Association and Library and Information Technology Association RECENT AWARDS, FELLOWSHIPS, AND GRANTS Pioneer Days in Florida (National Historic Publications and Records Commissions; 2013) Archive of Haitian Religion and Culture (National Endowment for the Humanities; 2012) Unearthing St. Augustine (National Endowment for the Humanities; 2012) Association of Research Libraries (ARL) Position Description Bank (ARL; 2012) Caribbean Newspaper Digital Library (Department of Education; 2009-2014) America's Swamp: the Historical Everglades (NHPRC; 2009-2011) Digital Library of the Caribbean (Department of Education; 2005-2008) Ephemeral Cities (Institute of Museum & Library Services (2004-2005) PUBLICATIONS Selected Refereed Publications -authored with Brooke Wooldridge, Lourdes Santamaria-Wheeler, Mark V. Sullivan, Benjamin Hebblethwaite, and Megan Raitano. Library Publishing Toolkit. Geneseo, NY: Milne Library, SUNY Geneseo, Monroe County. 2013: < http://dloc.com/AA00016370 >. "Florida Digital Newspaper Library: Library and Publisher Partnerships for Access and Preservation," co-authored with Lois J. Widmer and Mark V. Sullivan. Florida Libraries (Fall 2012: 55/2), 15-17: < http://www.flalib.org/fl_lib_journal/Fall2012.pdf >. Access to Agricultural Publications Using Digital Repositories and the

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Semantic Web, co -authored with Val Davis, Stephen Williams, Dina Benson, Sara Russell Gonzalez, and Mark Sullivan. Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Digital Libraries 2010. < http://ufdc.ufl.edu/IR00000077/00001 >. "Developing an Open Access, Multi-Institutional, International Digital Library," co authored with Brooke Woold ri dge and Mark Sullivan. Resource Sharing & Information Networks, 2009. < http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00004150/00001 >. -centric model for technology development in -authored with Marilyn Ochoa. OCLC Systems & Services: International Digital Library Perspectives (2009: 25, 4), 249-262. SELECTED PRESENTATIONS SobekCM Training Series for Scholars, Curators, Collection Managers: Trainings 1with John Nemmers and Laurie N. Taylor. Webinars and UF Libraries (2013) osition paper and presentation with E. Deumens, R. Schipper, C. Botero, R. Garcia-Milian, H. Norton, M. Tennant, S. Acord, and C. Barnes. : July 18-20, 2011. Digital Library of the Caribbean Application Trainings: University of the Virgin Islands (2014) National Library of Jamaica (Kingston, Jamaica) 2007, 2009, 2011 U.S. Embassy (Portau -Prince, Haiti) July 2009 College of the Bahamas (Nassau, Bahamas) 2009 National Archives of Haiti (Portau -Prince, Haiti) 2006, 2007, 2008, 2010, 2012 CARICOM Secretariat (Georgetown, Guyana) 2006, 2008 FUNGLODE (Santa Domingo, DR) 2006, 2008 Universidad de Oriente (Venezuela) 2008 Systems (GIS) Day at Florida International University, Miami, Florida, March 2013. the Society of Florida Archivists, Sarasota, Florida, May 2011. Annual Conference of Caribbean University, Research, and Institutional Libraries (ACURIL), Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, June 2010. "Meta University, Research, and Institutional Libraries [ACURIL], Montego Bay, Jamaica, June 2008.

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LAURIE N. TAYLOR Digital Humanities Librarian, Scholarly Resources & Research Services George A. Smathers Libraries, University of Florida ADDRESS: George A. Smathers Libraries TEL: 352.273.2902 P.O. Box 117000 EMAIL: Laurien@ufl.edu University of Florida Gainesville, FL 32611-7000 EDUCATION: Ph.D. 2006 University of Florida, English/Digital Humanities RECENT POSITIONS HELD 2011 Digital Humanities Librarian, Scholarly Resources & Research Services (Digital Library Center, 2011-2012), George A. Smathers Libraries, University of Florida 2008 2011 Interim Director, Digital Library Center, George A. Smathers Libraries, University of Florida 2007 2008 Digital Projects Librarian, Digital Library Center, George A. Smathers Libraries, University of Florida PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS Technical Director, Digital Library of the Caribbean & Caribbean Newspaper Digital Library Technical Director, Florida Digital Newspaper Library Contributing Editor, Archive Journal ( http://archivejournal.net/ ) Member, Modern Language Association Executive Board Member, Global Outlooks :: Digital Humanities (GO::DH) RECENT AWARDS, FELLOWSHIPS, AND GRANTS Florida and Puerto Rico Newspaper Project (National Digital Newspaper Program; 2013) Pioneer Days in Florida (National Historic Publications and Records Commissions; 2013) Archive of Haitian Religion and Culture (National Endowment for the Humanities; 2012) Unearthing St. Augustine (National Endowment for the Humanities; 2012) Digital Humanities Collaboration (UF Faculty Enhancement Opportunity Grant; 2012) Association of Research Libraries (ARL) Position Description Bank (ARL; 2012) Digital Library of the Caribbean, Digital Scholarship and Scholar Support from Florida International University (FIU) Libraries (FIU Technology Fee Grant; 2011-2013) Caribbean Newspaper Digital Library (Department of Education; 2009-2014) America's Swamp: the Historical Everglades (NHPRC; 2009-2011) PUBLICATIONS Selected Refereed Publications co authored with Margarita Vargas-Betancourt and Brooke Wooldridge. Scholarly and Research Communication (2013): < src-online.ca/src/index.php/src/article/view/114/246 >. -authored with Brooke Wooldridge, Lourdes Santamaria-Wheeler, Mark V. Sullivan, Benjamin Hebblethwaite, and Megan Raitano. Library Publishing Toolkit. Geneseo, NY: Milne

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Library, SUNY Geneseo, Monroe County. 2013: < http://dloc.com/AA00016370 >. "Florida Digital Newspaper Library: Library and Publisher Partnerships for Access and Preservation," co-authored with Lois J. Widmer and Mark V. Sullivan. Florida Libraries (Fall 2012: 55/2), 15-17: < http://www.flalib.org/fllibjournal/Fall2012.pdf >. -authored with Rebecca Jefferson and Lourdes Santamaria-Wheeler. Journal of Electronic Resources Librarianship 24.3 (2012: 177-188): < http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00012882/00001/pdf >. Access to Agricultural Publications Using Digital Repositories and the Semantic Web, co -authored with Val Davis, Stephen Williams, Dina Benson, Sara Russell Gonzalez, and Mark Sullivan. Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Digital Libraries 2010. < http://ufdc.ufl.edu/IR00000077/00001 >. "D eveloping an Open Access, Multi-Institutional, International Digital Library," co authored with Brooke Wooldridge and Mark Sullivan. Resource Sharing & Information Networks, 2009. < http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00004150/00001 >. Playing the Past: Video Games, History, and Memory, co -edited with Zach Whalen. Nashville, TN: Vanderbilt University Press, 2008. "Gaming Ethics, Rules, Etiquette and Learning. Handbook of Research on Effective Electronic Gaming in Education. Ed. Richard E. Ferdig. Information Science Ref., 2008. "Open Source and Academia," co-authored with Brendan Riley, Computers and Composition Online (Spring 2004): < www.bgsu.edu/cconline/tayloriley/intro.html >. "When Seams Fall Apart: Video Game Space and the Player," Game Studies: the International Journal of Computer Game Research 3.2 (Dec. 2003): < http://www.gamestudies.org/0302/taylor/ >. SELECTED PRESENTATIONS Various presentations and workshops on scholarly practices and activities with the Digital Library of the Caribbean (dLOC); 2013 examples include: orkshop: Digital Curation (dLOC Advanced Training Institute) Library of the Caribbean (dLOC) Orientation & Humanities And Technology Camp) Caribe, Mayagez, Puerto Rico: Nov. 11-14, 2012. osition paper and presentation with E. Deumens, R. Schipper, C. Botero, R. Garcia-Milian, H. Norton, M. Tennant, S. Acord, and C. Barnes. : July 18-20, 2011. "The Role of Digital Libraries in Disaster Preparedness and Mitigation," presentation with Brooke Wooldridge. Association of Caribbean University, Research and Institutional Libraries (ACURIL) 2011 Conference, Tampa, FL: Jun. 1, 2011. s Libraries Publishing Services, presentation with Isabel Silver. Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) Library Publishing Services Workshop, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA: May 5, 2011. "Practical Steps Towards Your Local and/or Regional Digitalisation Project," at the Seminar for Libraries of the Dutch Caribbean Curaao, University of the Netherlands Antilles. Willemstad, Curaao: September 25-6, 2008.

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SOPHIA KRZYS ACORD, PH.D. Center for the Humanities and the Public Sphere University of Florida (UF) 200 Walker Hall P.O. Box 118030 Gainesville, FL 32611 USA skacord@ufl.edu FACULTY POSITION 2010 Associate Director, Center for the Humanities and the Public Sphere, UF present Program development and evaluation 2011 Lecturer, Department of Sociology and Criminology, & Law, UF present Instruction in: qualitative research methods, technology studies, cultural sociology 2007 Research Scientist, Center for Studies in Higher Education, University of California, Berkeley 2010 Project Manager, the Future of Scholarly Communication and Mean ing and Locus of Peer Review for Publication both funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation EDUCATION 2009 Ph.D., Sociology, University of Exeter, UK *Awarded an Honorable Mention by the 2010 ASA Dissertation Award committee. 2005 M.Res. (Masters of Research Methodology), Sociology, University of Exeter, UK Graduated summa cum laude 2003 B.A., Sociology & Anthropology (Minor, Interpretation Theory), Swarthmore College, PA Graduated with High Honors, Phi Beta Kappa OTHER RESEARCH AND EVALUATION EXPERIENCE 2003 Research Associate Center for Mobile Communication Studies Rutgers University 2007 Designed, conducted, and published research on digital technologies and information seeking. 2005 Research Assistant School of Education and Lifelong Learning University of Exeter Provided research support to Professor Gert Biesta on evidence based practice in education. 2003 Research Consultant and Evaluator Department of Drama University of Exeter 2004 Action research of On the Edge, an applied drama about first episode psychosis. On the Edge won 2000 Intern La Dlgation aux Arts Plastiques Le Minist re de la Culture, Paris, France 2001 Created a national database of museum frequentation and education programs. 2001 Assistant to Outreach Coordinator and Evaluator InterAct Theatre Company Philadelphia, PA 2002 Prepared, instructed, and evaluated NEA funded theatrical residencies focusing on conflict resolution in juvenile detention centers. 2000 Barrymore Recipient for Best Education Department. 1992 Archival Assistant Special Collections Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ 1998 Assisted in processing book, manuscript, and photographic collections, cataloguing new books. SELECTED PEER-REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS AND WHITE PAPERS nd personality? Incorporating disciplinary needs New Media & Society.

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Acord, S.K. (conditionally accepted). Installing contemporary art: Curatorial power and agency in configuring museum publics. Cultural Sociology. Harley, D. and Acord, S.K. (2011, March). Peer Review in Academic Promotion and Publishing: Its Meaning, Locus, and Future. Berkeley, CA: Center for Studies in Higher Education. Harley, D. & Acord, S.K. (2010). Studying the impacts of embedded disciplinary cultures in a networked Academy White paper for the NSF, SBE 2020: Future Research in the Social, Behavioral & Economic Sciences. Harley, D., Acord, S.K., Earl-Novell, S., Lawrence, S. & King, C.J. (2010) Assessing the Future Landscape of Scholarly Communication Berkeley, CA: Center for Studies in Higher Education. Acord, S.K. & DeNora, T. (2008). Culture and the arts: From art worlds to artsin -action. The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 619(1), 223237. Acord, S.K. (2006). Beyond the code: New aesthetic methodologies for the sociology of the arts. Sociologie de OPUS 9-10, 6986. Acord, S.K. (2006). The museum as university: Looking out looking in. Protocols: History and Theory 2. SELECTED INVITED PRESENTATIONS Humanities, Arts, Science, and Technology Advanced Collaboratory (HASTAC), 1-2 December 2011. Publishing (SSP) in collaboration with the Association for American University Presses (AAUP). Evaluation Practices in Art Worlds, Social Science Research Center Berlin, 27-28 November 2009. A peerAmerican Sociological Association, NYC, 2007. Culture network roundtable presentation: SELECTED SERVICE At UF: Creative Campus Committee, Committee for Civic Engagement, University Library Committee, Faculty Senate, Data Lifecycle Committee, Qualitative Research Board, Social Entrepreneurship Board Founding Editor: Music and Arts in Action (MAiA) Referee: Digital Humanities Quarterly, Museum Anthropology, Sociological Theory, Theory and Society

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Biographical Sketch M. David Miller Professor, Research and Evaluation Methods Director, Collaborative Assessment and Program Evaluation Services 1215 Norman Hall P.O Box 117047 Gainesville, FL 32611 (352) 2734306 dmiller@coe.ufl.edu A. PROFESSIONAL PREPARATION College/University Major Degree &Year UCLA Mathematics/Psychology B.S. 1977 UCLA Research and Evaluation Methods M. A. 1978 UCLA Research and Evaluation Methods Ph.D. 1981 Northwestern Psychology/Evaluation 1982 B. ACADEMIC/PROFESSIONAL APPOINTMENTS 1/08-present Director Collaborative Assessment and Program Evaluation Services, University of Florida 7/98 7/05 Department Chairperson Educational Psychology, University of Florida 7/97 Appointed University of Florida Research Foundation Professor 8/96 present Professor Department of Educational Psychology, University of Florida 8/91 8/96 Associate Professor Foundations of Education, University of Florida 8/87 8/91 Assistant Professor Foundations of Education, University of Florida 8/84 8/87 Co -Director Kansas Minimum Competency Testing Program Adjunct Assistant Professor Educational Psychology and Research, University of Kansas 10/82 8/84 Data Analyst Second International Mathematics Study Adjunct Assistant Professor -Educational Psychology, University of Illinois C. PUBLICATIONS Examples of Publications Miller, M.D. & Poggio, J.P. (under contract for completion in 2014). Test Theory. New York, NY: Routledge. Miller, M.D., Linn, R. L. & Gronlund, N.E. (2013). Measurement and Assessment in Teaching (Eleventh Edition). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice-Hall. Schelble, J.L., Therriault, D. J., & Miller, M. D. (2012). Classifying retrieval strategies as a function of working memory. Memory and Cognition, 40 (2), 218-230 Miller, M. D. (2011). Reliability. In N. Salkind (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Educational Psychology. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications. Miller, M.D. (2010). Education Measurement: Classical Test Theory Reliability. In E. L. Baker, P. Peterson, & B. McGaw (Eds.), International Encyclopedia of Education 3 rd Edition. Amsterdam : Elsevier. Miller, M. D. (2010). School Standards. In C. S. Clause-Ehlers (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Cross Cultural School Psychology, pp. 849-852. New York: Springer.

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Miller, M. D. (2008). Data for school improvement and educational accountability: Reliability and validity in practice. In L.A. Shepard & K. Ryan (Eds.), Educational accountability (pp. 249-261), Mahwah, NJ: Routledge/Lawrence Erlbaum. Miller, J.M., & Miller, M.D. (2008). No zero left behind: Comparing the fit for zero-inflation models as a function of skew and proportion of zeros. Interstat, 1-35, http://interstat.statjournalsnet/YEAR/2008/abstracts/0810011.php Miller, J.M., & Miller, M.D. (2008). No zero left behind: Comparing the fit for zero-inflation models as a function of skew and proportion of zeros. Interstat, 1-35, http://interstat.statjournalsnet/YEAR/2008/abstracts/0810011.php Miller, M. D., & Bottoms, G. (2007). Accountability and curriculum. In P.S. George (Ed.), The space between: Why the middle years matter. Tampa, FL: Helios Education Foundation. D. SYNERGISTIC ACTIVITIES Creation of Collaborative Assessment and Program Evaluation Services (CAPES) to help with evaluation of grants at University of Florida examples of successful funding with evaluation input include ei ght NSF grants, an IES grant and five state grants Director of Quality Enhancement Plan for the University of Florida and Chair of International Task Force. The Quality Enhancement Plan is due in January 2014. Technical Advisory Committees in Minnesota and Kentucky on K-12 assessment Former editor of Website for National Council on Measurement in Education (http://wwwncme.org/) COLLABORATORS AND OTHER AFFILIATIONS Collaborators Over The Last 48 Months: Robert L Linn, retired from University of Colorado, Rewriting book on Assessment John Poggio, University of Kansas, Writing book on Test Theory Willie Pearson, Georgia State University, Evaluating NSF I-cubed project Graduate and Postdoctoral Advisors Leigh Burstein, deceased Robert Boruch, Northwestern University Thesis Advisor and Postgraduate Scholar Sponsors over the Last Five Years: Graduate Students: Chris Oshima (Georgia State University). Jennifer Bergeron (Harvard) Total Number of Graduate Students advised: 13 completed

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Chelsea S. Dinsmore Associate University Librarian University of Florida (352) 273-0369 chelseaz@ufl.edu Education: University of Texas, Austin, Library and Information Science, MLIS, 1997 University of Florida, History, MA, 1994 New College, Sarasota, FL, History, B.A., 1991 Work Experience: University of Florida, George A. Smathers Libraries, Gainesville, FL International Documents Librarian, July 2004 current Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center, University of Texas, Austin, TX Professional Librarian, March 1998 October 2003 University of Florida, Family Youth and Community Sciences, Gainesville, FL National Database Coordinator, June 1994 August 1998 Publications: Books, contributed: Dinsmore, C., Pilot Grants for Outreach, in Librarians as Community Partners: An Outreach Handbook 21-23. American Library Association, American Library Association. Chicago: 2010. Dinsmore, C., Taking Advantage of Small Grants for Outreach, in Librarians as Community Partners: An Outreach Handbook 21 -23. American Library Association, American Library Association. Chicago: 2010. Articles, refereed: Dinsmore, C., V. Glenn, Using targeted distributed collections to enhance government depository collections at a regional level: the ASERL Collaborative Federal Depository Program, Collection Management vol. 37, no 3/4, Summer 2012. Grants: External: Preserving a Legacy, Celebrating a Centennial, Leveraging an Extraordinary Human Achievement Funding agency: Institute of Museum and Libraries Services (IMLS). Project to actualize,

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integrate, evaluate, and disseminate museum materials from the Panama Canal Museum; lead a multi-institutional centennial celebration of the opening Panama Canal in 2014-2015 to promote public understanding of the achievement and the heritage resources available for scholarly, educational, and civic purposes; and initiate a national dialog about the potential for best practices in library-museum collaborations, strategic alliances, and partnerships. Proposal: and tour are funded by a major grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) to the National Constitution Center. $2500 awarded 2010, exhibited Feb 10-Mar 7 2012. Internal: Principle Investigator, An education in distance training: A pilot project for developing a distributed scanning model for government documents in Florida based on the DLOC model. Library Mini-grant program. $1471.32 awarded to fund a pilot for using webinar technology to teach document scanning. Co Series. Library Mini-grant program. $758.37 awarded to fund a pilot project for digitizing a sample of the Parliamentary Debates. Activities at Professional Conferences/Meetings: National: Dinsmore, C., oblem of small Oct. 2012. State: Becoming a Center of Excellence at the University of Florida, presentation at the Alaba ma Library Association annual meeting, Birmingham, AL, Apr 2012. Libraries and Panama Canal Museum, with Rachel Schipper, Florida Library Association Annual Meeting, Orlando, FL. (Apr 18, 2012) Membership and Service in the Profession: American Library Association (ALA), member, 2004-present ALA Membership Committee, 200506 International Documents Task Force, GODORT, ALA, member, Coordinator (2011-12), Coordinator Elect (2010-11), 2004-present GODORT-IDTF, Agency Liaison for Council of Europe, task appointment, 2005-present GODORT Cataloging committee Liaison, 2009-2013

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DIANA N. DONNELLY diana.donnelly@gmail.com (352) 262-3015 6405 NW 29 th Terrace, Gainesville, FL 32653 PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Media Researcher September 2013 Present Pal freman Film Group Gainesville, FL Researches archival film footage and still photos for educational videos about the contribution of women to computi Establishes footage and photo rights ho lders ; o btains permissions for online use of materials and coordinates digital delivery of high resolution media Provides creative and logistical support to producers and editors Associate Producer April 2013 June 2013 Or ion Multimedia / HGTV Gainesville, FL Responsible for casting pilot episodes of two writing participa nt profiles and network pitch materials Coordinated logistics for film shoots in f ive states; served as primary contact and liaison with on camera participants, crew, local community busin ess owners and agencies to gain access and permis s ion to locations f or shooting Digital Projects Assistant June 2012 March 2013 University of Florida Libra ries Gainesville, FL Updated UF library websites and maintained YouTube Channel : http://www.youtube.com/user/UFlibraries Worked with University of Florida faculty and students to acquire and digitize media into the University of Florida Digital Collections (UFDC) and crea ted digital records Responsible for digitization and post capture processing of photos, documents, video, and audio for the web Media Researcher November 2011 January 2012 Palfreman Film Group Gainesville, FL Researched film footage for the P BS Frontline do hazards and benefits of nuclear power Established media rights holders and obtain ed permissions for all media uses Resolved digital formatting issues and provided support to producers and editors Associate Producer May 2011 November 2011 National Geographic Washington, DC Coordinated domestic and international film shoots including creating shooting plans, securing locations, arranging travel, and hiring crew for the 4 part the Nat Geo WILD! channel Wrote segment scripts and promotional copy for the web ; r esearched and annotated scripts Coordinated graphics and animation elements and prepared client deliverables Provided creative and logistical support to producers, editors, post-production supervisors and project managers

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Associate Producer January 2011 May 2011 D iscovery Studios Silver Spring, MD Story research and casting of patients and experts for the education al Getting Personal: The Shifting Landscape of Cancer Care, for the Discovery Channel about breakthroughs in genetic research for cancer treatment: http://www.discoverychannelcme.com/patient-education/getting-personal-shifting-landscapecancer-care Researched dynamic visuals such as animation, medical scans, and microscopic imagery for the project; coordinated postAssociate Produce r May 2009 November 2011 National Geographic Washington, DC Independently produced segments for the 10 part television National Geographic Channel about a range of topics including science and natural history Coordinated domestic and international film shoots Coordinated media materials in a busy post-production environment and wrote promotional copy for the web featured topics Assistant Editor February 2009 April 2009 Half Yard Productions Bethesda, MD Logged and digiti shows in development for Bravo and the History Channel Responsible for media management, post-production project workflow, and quality control of digitized footage Moving Image Researcher June 2006 August 2008 National Geographic Washington, DC Researched film and video footage in the National Geographic Archives and edited preview reel s under daily deadlines Ensured footage was cleared for sale in respective worldwide markets Teaching Assistant August 2005 May 2006 University of Florida Gainesville, FL Writing for Electronic Media (RTV21 00) Independently instructed two writing labs for undergraduates majoring in Telecommunications T.V. and American Society (RTV3405) Assisted in the administration of a course about the role of television in American society EDUCATION Master of Arts in Mass Communications The University of Florida Documentary Institute, Documentary Film Production, 2004 2006 Bachelor of Arts in English The University of Florida, Film and Media Studies focus, 1999-2002

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Vita February 13, 2014 Vita of Blake Landor, Ph.D. Associate University Librarian George A. Smathers Libraries Email: landor@ufl.edu Work Experience: Current University of Florida From Nov. 1990 to Present Title: Classics, Philosophy, Religion Librarian Scope of Duties Assistant University Librarian (1990-95). Associate Univers ity Librarian (1995-present). Coordinator for Humanities and Social Scie nce Collections for Library West (2008Present). Responsible for the development and management of collections in all formats supporting the academic programs in Philosophy, Religion, and Classics. Provide consultative services for stude nts and researchers, biblio graphic instruction, and end user/online services. Refworks and Zotero in structor. Works with Selectors in Library West on coordinating budgets and addressing issues of common concern. Coordinates a newly established Digital Human ities library interest group. Past Work Experience Institution Period Title Western Kentucky University Sept 1998November 1990 Humanities Librarian Southern Illinois University, Carbondale Sept. 1986-July 1988 Asst. Humanities/Asst Catalog Librarian SUNY-Oswego Sept. 1984-June 1985 Lecturer in Philosophy University of Toronto, Scarborough Sept. 1980-June 1981 Assistant Professor in Philosophy Education Institution Degree Date Rutgers University School of Library & Information Science MLS 1983 University of Toronto Ph.D. 1980 University of Texas in Austin M.A. 1972 Saint Johns College, Annapolis B.A. 1969

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Grants Mini-grant (2011-2012) "Catalog ing of Online Classical Latin Texts from the Packard Humanities Institute" Publications 1. Aristotle on Demonstrating Essence. Apeiron 19, no. 2 (January 1985). doi:10.1515/APEIRON.1985.19.2.116. 2. Definitions and Hypotheses in Posterior Analytics 72 a 19-25 and 76 b 35-77 a 4. Phronesis 26, no. 3 (January 1, 1981): 308. 3. Philosophy Editor (since 2006) of Philosophy Section of the Research for College Libraries (an ACRL/Choi ce + Bowker publication] Recent Professional Organization Involvement 2012 (March)Member of the Editorial Board of Swan Isle Press 2011-2014 Member ACRL LES Publications Committee 2010-1 Editorial Board Member, Re sources for College Libraries 2010-11 Chair ACRL LES 2011 Conference Planning Committee 2010-11 Member, WESS 2011 Conf erence Planning Committee 2008-2012 Member, ACRLs Research Program Committee In 2012 I coordinated an ACRL Research Program on Data Curation as a Form of Collaborative Research (h ttps://sites.google.com/site/acrlrpcdatacurationprogram/) 2007-2009 Member ACRL WESS Res earch and Planning Committee 2004-2006 Member College Library Section Re search for College Librarianship Committee 2004-2006 Member ACRL WESS Publications Committee 1998-present Advisory Board of the Ph ilosophical Documentation Center. Recent Relevant UF Co mmittee Assignment Member of UF Data Mana gement/Curation Taskforce Web sites: http://guides.uflib.ufl.edu/profile.php?uid=2284

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Mark E. Phillips UNT Libraries University of North Texas 1155 Union Circle #305190, Denton, TX 762031068 email: mark.phillips@unt.edu webs ite: http://www.library.unt.edu / voice: 9405652415 ACADEMIC PREPARATION Institution Major Degree Date University of North Texas Library and Information Science M.L.S. 2004 Oklahoma City University Music Performance B.M 2002 TEACHING AND PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Assistant Dean for Digital Libraries UNT Libraries. University of North Texas. 2010Pre sent Faculty Member Knowledge Discovery from Digital Information Research Cluster. 2010Present Digital Projects Unit Head UNT Libraries. University of North Texas. 20052010. Digital Projects Lab Manager UNT Libraries. University of North Texas. 20042005. PUBLICATIONS (Selected) Mark Phillips, Hannah Tarver, Stacy Frakes, (2014) Implementing a Collaborative Workflow for Metadata Analysis, Quality Improvement, and Mapping. Code4Lib Journal January 2014 Laura Waugh, Hannah Tarver and Mark Phillips.(2014) Creating order out of chaos: introducing name authority control into a large ETD collection. Library Management (pending publication) Mark Phillips, Daniel Alemneh, Brenda Reyes. (2014) Analysis of linking patterns in ETDs: a case study at the Un iversity of North Texas Library Management (pending publication) Mark Phillips, Kathleen Murray. Improving Access to Web Archives through Innovative Analysis of PDF Content. Proceedings of the Society for Imaging Science and Technology (IS&T) Archiving C onference, 2013 Washington DC. United States Kathleen Murray, Mark Phillips, Will Hicks, Neena Weng and Dreanna Belden. Reengineering The Portal to Texas History: A Case Study, IGI Book Chapter, Spring 2013 Phillips, M, (2013). Metadata Analysis at the Command Line. Code4Lib Journal Issue 19, 20130115 Tarver, H & Phillips, M (2013). Integrating ImageBased Research Datasets into an Existing Digital Repository Infrastructure. Cataloging & Classification Quarterly Volume 51, Issue 1-3 Skinner, K, Halbert, M, Schultz, M, & Phillips, M (2012). Digital Preservation of Newspapers: Findings of the Chronicles in Preservation Project. International Conference on Preservation of Digital Objects (iPres 2012) Sanderson, R, Von de Sompel, H, & Phillips, M (2011). Analyzing the Persistence of Referenced Web Resources with Memento Open Repositories 2011 Alemneh, D. & Phillips M ( 2011) Data desiccation: facilitating longterm access, use and reuse of ETDs, The 14th International Symposium on Electronic Theses and Dissertations

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Phillips, M & N ordstrom, K ( 2011) Transport Neutral Digital Object Replication. The Society for Imaging Science and Technology (IS&T) Murray, K R, Ko, L, & Phillips M ( 2011) Curation of the Endof Term Web Archive: Classification and Metrics. The Society for Imaging Science and Technology (IS&T) Minor, D, Phillips, M & Schultz M ( 2010) Chronopolis and MetaArchive: Preservation Cooperation International Conference on Preservation of Digital Objects (iPres 2010) Murray, K. R. & P hillips M ( 2010) Open Source Components, Standards Conformance, and UCD: Building Blocks for Successfully Managing and enhancing an established Digital Archive. The Society for Imaging Science and Technology (IS&T ). Alemneh, D. & Phillips M. ( 2007) E nhancing the Quality of Metadata: Modular Approach to Digital Resource Lifecycle Management. Archiving 2007: 7579. Hartman, C. N., Belden, D, Reis, N, Alemneh, D. G., Phillips M & Dunlop, D ( 2005 ) Development of a Portal to Texas History. Library Hi Tech 23 (2): 151163. RESEARCH ACTIVITIES (Selected) Co Principal Investigator. Mapping the Southwest Funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities. 2010 Co Principal Investigator New Mexico Historical Newspapers Funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities. 20102012. Co Principal Investigator. Classification of the Endof Term Archive: Extending Collection Development to Web Archives Funded by the Institute of Museum and Library Services. 20092012 Co Principal Investigator Lone Star Ink: National Digital Newspaper Program, Funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities. 20092011. Technology Lead. Oklahoma Historical Newspapers Funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities. 20092011. Technology Lead MetaArchive Interoperability Project Funded by the National Historical Publications and Records Commission. 20092011 Co Principal Investigator IOGENE: Optimizing the User Experience in an Architecture for Rapid Development Funded by the Institute of Museum and Library Services. 20072009. Co Principal Investigator. Lone Star Ink: National Digital Newspaper Program, Funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities. 20072009. SCHOLARLY & PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES & ACHIEVEMENTS (Selected) Depository Library Counc il. Government Printing Office 20112014 Library Journal, Mover and Shaker 2012 W. David Rozkuszka Scholarship. Government Document Roundtable (GODORT) American Library Association. 2004

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Lourdes Santamara Wheeler l.s.wheeler@ufl.edu (352 ) 273 2564 EDUCATION Master of Arts in Museology 2009 University of Florida, Gainesville, FL Bachelor of Fine Arts in Creative Photography, Minor in Art History 2003 University of Florida, Gainesville, FL PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Exhibits Coordinator 2012 present George A. Smathers Libraries University of Florida, Gainesville, FL Provide technical and design support for exhibits in library departments/branches Coordinate incoming and outgoing loans Coordinate scheduling and hosting of traveling exhibits Design physical and online exhibits, collateral materials and multimedia companion content Collect and analyze data for assessing the effectiveness of the exhibition program Technical Trainer, Translator, and Designer 2006 present Digital Library of the Caribbean ( www.dloc.com ) Train local and international partner institutions in the digitization process, including adherence to copyright, metadata creation, specific equipment use, current digitization standards and image manipulati on Contribute and translated content for the multi lingual technical manual, website, promotional materials and software Design promotional materials including posters, bookmarks and multimedia presentations Transfer image-only designs into HTML and CSS for web display and online exhibit functionality Museum & Special Projects Coordinator 2009 2011 Digital Library Center, University of Florida Gainesville, FL Serve d as the primary liaison with museum partners Developed online exhibits Created supporting print materials and multimedia presen tations for the D igital C ollections Designed UF Digital Collections elements including page banners/headers and buttons Assisted patrons and faculty in locating originals featured in the Digital Collections as well as utilizing the digital objects in their research, publications, presentations and/or teaching Researched copyright of items to be included in the Digital Collections and/or digital exhibits Digital Production Supervisor 2005 2009 Digital Library Center, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL Oversaw the primary digitization production queue, which included books, documents, photographs, and other archival materials Supervise d imaging staff, including 1 full time and 15 part time employees

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Prepare d archival and library materials for digital imaging including assessing need for preservation and equipment suitability Monitored imaging quality for adherence to digitization standards and best practices SELECTED EXHIBITIONS ARTBOUND 2011 The 2nd Annual Student Artists' Book Competition 2011 http://ufdc.ufl.edu/exhibits/artbound2011 Designed and created online exhibit to comple ment temporary physical exhibit A Celebration of Jewish Life and Culture Around the World 2011 http://ufdc.ufl.edu/exhibits/jewishculture Curated online exhibit with the Head and Senior Library Technical Assistant of the Price Library Designed all exhibit elements 30 Years of the Price Library : Treasures from the Isser and Rae Price Library of Judaica 2011 http://ufdc.ufl.edu/exhibits/30years Curated online exhibit with the Head and Senior Library Technical Assistant of the Price Library Designed all exhibit elements Carteles: Cuban and Mexican Film Posters from the Efra n Barradas Collection 2010 http://www.dloc.com/exhibits/carteles Curated, designed and wrote corresponding texts for online exhibit From Canals to Conservation: An Exhibit of the Historical Everglades 2009 http://ufdc.ufl.edu/swamp/exhibitover Curated and designed online exhibit Photographic Formalities: from Ansel Adams to Weegee 2007 Samuel P. Harn Museum of Art, Gainesville, FL Assisted museum Registrar and Curator of Photography in exhibit preparation including object house to the museum Researched artworks/artists and wrote corresponding exhibit labels PUBLICATIONS Nemmers, Laura and Lourdes Santamara Wheeler Advancing Digitization: Art and Technology ," in Samuel P. Harn Museum of Art at Twenty Years: The Collection Catalogue ed. Jason Steuber, Laura K. Nemmers, and Tracy E. Pfaff ( Gainesville: University Press of Florida, 2010 ), 227 231. SELECTED PRESENTATIONS Society of Florida Archivists Annual Meeting 2009 "The Basics of Digitizing Collections" (with Laurie N. Taylor) Florida Association of Museums Annual Conference 2008 "Developing Collaborative Opportunities to Increase Accessibility to Exhibitions and Collections Online" (with Dwight Bailey and Susan Cooksey)

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Christy Shorey Digital Services; George A. Smathers Libraries PO Box 117008 Gainesville, FL 326117008 (352) 2732831 chrshor@uflib.ufl.edu EXPERIENCE Manager of UF Institutional Repository and Theses & Dissertations Program University of Florida, Smathers Libraries October 2013-Present Gainesville, FL Manage UF Institutional Repository(IR), conduct outreach and training, and consult with other campus units to support initiatives within the IR Coordinate libr including ingest and hosting of the ETDs, and dissemination to a wider audience through the UF Digital Collections and by external means Manage Retrospective Dissertation Scanning (RDS) project, develop processes and to retrospectively digitize and make available on the Internet all UF dissertations and theses Library Assistant 3 University of Florida, Smathers Libraries March 2008 October 2013 Gainesville, FL Managed Access database to track relevant steps in Retrospective Dissertation Scanning project Created and document ed Access database to organize Internet Archive Scanning projects Hired, train ed and supervised three OPS and student staff in Retrospective Dissertation Scanning Project and Internet Archive Scanning projects Act ed as liaison for Lyrasis and Internet Archive for multiple scanning projects Work ed with IT staff to build, perform ed usability testing, and maintain ed Macro Suite for Retrospective Dissertation Scanning and Internet Archive Scanning Projects Prepared periodicals for binding, updated records in university catalog system Provided in -person customer service to patrons and provided circulation and reference assistance at Info Point Library Assistant 3 University of Florida, Smathers Libraries June 2006 March 2008 Gainesville, FL Designed and documented Access database to coordinate Retrospective Dissertation Scanning project Prepared periodicals for binding, updated records in university catalog system, processed incoming serials in catalog system and prepared items for shelf Contacted vendors regarding missing periodical issues, filed claims Collaborated with domestic and international vendors via Serials Exchange Program Provided in-person and online reference assistance, customer service and circulation assistance to patrons Program Assistant University of Florida, Department of Housing and Residence Education, April 2003 June 2006 Gainesville, FL Senior Secretary, University of Florida, Department of Housing and Residence Education, February 2000 April 2003 Gainesville, FL

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Senior Clerk University of Florida, Department of Housing and Residence Education, May 1999 February 2000 Gainesville, FL EDUCATION Business Certificate in Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management, April 2011 Santa Fe College, Gainesville, FL Masters of Science in Library and Information Studies, December 2006 Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL Bachelor of the Arts in Fine Arts May 1999 University of Florida, Gainesville, FL Graduated with Highest Honors, focus in Theatre Performance Minor in Secondary Education PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIP National Service: American Library Association (ALA) 2006 current Co -present Poster on Retrospective Dissertation Scanning Project to PAIG, Annual Conference 2011 Attendance at Annual Conference, 2007, 2008, 2009 Attendance at Midwinter Conference, 2009 ALA: New Members Round Table (NMRT) Orientation Committee, Member, 2007 2009 Student Reception Committee Member, 2008-2009 United States Electronic Thesis and Dissertation Association (USETDA) Presented session: Retrospective Dissertation Scanning at the University of Florida, June 2012 Co -present Poster: Copyright Considerations in the University of Florida Retrospective Dissertation Digitization Project, June 2012 Co -presenter of Pre-conference on Retrospective Digitization, May 2011 Library Service: Employee Recognition Committee, 2012-2013 Scholarly Communications Working Group, Member, 2012 Continuing Operations Working Group, Member, 2006 2011 Co -coordinator of NaNo WriMo "Big Event" at Library West Info Commons 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011 Holiday Party Planning committee, Member 2008, Chair 2009 Library 2.0 Working Group: Facebook Applications Task Force, Member, 2007 2008 Participant of UF Library Instructional Video Series, 2007 2008 Co -coordinator of NaNo WriMo Final Push event at Library West Info Commons 2007 GRANTS Participant: Digitization of Hansard's British Parliament Debates, 2 nd series, 20072008 Supported by University of Florida Smathers Libraries Mini Grants Program Goal: Create a full-text searchable, digitized version of the 2 nd series (1820-1830) of the Hansard's British Parliamentary Debates Funding: $545 (grant) + $213 (cost share) = $578

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x-none SUCHITRA YELLAPANTULA Mailing Address: Contact Information: 1111 SW 16th Ave, Apt 58 Cell phone #: 918-766-5919 Gainesville, FL 32601 Email: y.suchitra@ufl.edu x-none EDUCATION M.S., Computer Engineering University of Florida B.Tech. (C omputer Science & Engg.), Andhra University PROFESSIONAL WORK EXPERIENCE fr-FR Applications Developer, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida present Software Tools: ASP.NET, C#, SQL Server, MySQL, AJAX, JavaScript, JQuery, HTML5, CSS3 Primary responsibilities include the creation and support of software applications for Digital Services and developing both web and desktop software applications. This includes software to assist in internal business operations and to assist patrons to make full use of library resources. Responsibilities also include gathering requirements, developing applications, and providing support for digital services and applications; Performing analysis and programming to develop, document, and maintain computer software programs as needed by Digital Services and other library units as appropriate. Some projects undertaken so far include: Quality Control(QC) application: Worked on developing an online QC application for users to edit and manage digitized content. The interface displays the digitized material, and allows users to drag and drop pages, mark errors, edit page metadata among other tasks. Competencies Training Matrix application: Worked with the UF Libraries HR, to develop a web application developed to facilitate access to and usability of the Staff Core Competencies Index and to assist employees and supervisors in identifying training opportunities in and outside the libraries, targeting specific competencies. Web Statistics Analyzer: Developed an application to analyze the IIS log files from the servers at the UF Libraries, to calculate and record statistics like unique human hits and sessions, for the web URLs hit through the servers. Panama Canal Museum(PCM) Zonians in the Military: Developed a Web app for the PCM Zonians, with a searchable interface, submission tool, PDF export feature, Captcha verification and other features fr-FR fr-FR fr-FR QA Engineer, SumTotal Systems, Gainesville, Florida Software Tools: SQL Server, ASP.NET, Cognos, LoadRunner, Quality Center, Analytics ETL Ensured that the quality and performance of the analytics component of the product line met with the customer requirements Prepared and executed test cases, and did performance testing for the analytics project Wrote and implemented test scripts in LoadRunner to analyze the performance of the products and Cognos dashboards. Worked on enhancements to the ASP.NET based internal Analytics builder. fr-FR fr-FR Software Engineer, Accenture, Bangalore, India Software Tools: C# SQL, MS Access, VBA, Informatica 8.5, Business Objects XiR2, Unix, Oracle SQL, PL/SQL, C, C++, Data Warehousing Advanced MS Excel, Client Specific Tools Worked for the Governance-Metrics & Reporting, and Productivity Operations teams for client AT&T Handled the databases and contractual reports for AT&T ; Handled Function Point Count reports & productivity measurement for AT&T projects. Organized and taught several technical training sessions on SQL and VBA to help improve team knowledge. Trained in C#; worked on internal projects and case studies as part of the training.

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fr-FR Summer Intern, C SC ., Chennai, India Implement ed a neural network based model for prediction of these defects in C++ ; completed the project well ahead of schedule. Helped in minimization of financial losses occurring due to defects in software service requests Recommendations given to the teams based on the project results helped in implementation of strategies for defect reduction, leading to over 14% increase in productivity. ACADEMIC WORK EXPERIENCE George A. Smathers Library, University of Florida (UF) Role held: Graduate Assistant, Grants Management Office, UF Libraries Technologies used: Web scripting tools including HTML, Javascript, CSS, Contribute Worked on maintaining and updating the Re searched funding resources; created online resources for grant/fellowship opportunities for faculty and students. Recorded and edited videos of presentations made by the Grants Manager Helped the Grants Manager oversee post-award processes for funded projects. Helped work on creating a LibGuide for Grants Management OTHER PROJECTS UNDERTAKEN Airline and Flight Information and Reservation Database, created using PHP and MySQL College Technology Festival website in HTML, JavaScript, SQL Implemented in Java a multi-client, multi-server file sharing system as part of the Distributed operating systems course Ant Colony Optimization (ACO) for the Traveling salesperson problem for 7 cities in C++ A Functional Link Adaptive Neural Network (FLANN) Model for Classification using Improved Genetic Algorithms (Undergrad thesis), in MATLAB x-none x-none SKILL SETS Programming/Scripting: ASP.NET, C#, C++, C, MATLAB, Java, SQL, PL/SQL, JDBC, PHP, HTML, JavaScript, VBA, AJAX, JQuery. ETL/Reporting Tools: SQL Server, Informatica 8.5, Business Objects XiR2, Advanced MS Excel and VBA. Testing Tools: LoadRunner, Quality Control x-none x-none AWARDS AND HONORS Won 1 st prize on A Novel Approach to Solving NP National Level Technical Symposium held in Jan 2007. Received INBA (Indian Naval Benevolence Association) Scholarship Award after each year of Bachelors study, in recognition of good academic performance. x-none x-none RELEVANT GRADUATE COURSEWORK Analysis of Algorithms, Advanced Data Structures, Software Testing/Verification, Computer Networks, Computer Architecture, Distributed Multimedia Systems, Database Management Systems, Advanced Computer Networks.

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EMPLOYMENT 2012 Professor, University of Florida, Department of History 2013 Professor, University of Florida, Levin College of Law 2001 2012 Affiliate, U niversity of Florida, Levin College of Law 2002 2012 Associate Professor, University o f Florida, Department of History 2010 2011 Visiting Scholar, University of Chicago, Department of History 2005 Fulbright Scholar/Researcher, Shandong Uni versity Law School, Jinan, PRC (Spring) 2000 2002 Assistant Professor, University o f Florida, Department of History 1995 2000 Clemson University, Assistant Professor, Department of History SELECTED PUBLICATIONS Books Criminal Justice in the United States, 1789-1939 (Cambridge University Press, New Histories of American Law series, 2011) The Chicago Trunk Murder: Law and Justice at the Turn of the Century (Northern Illinois University Press 2011) The Rule of Justice: The People of Chicago versus Zephyr Davis (Ohio State University Press, History of Criminal Law and Criminal Justice Series, 2001) Debating and Creating Authority: The Failure of a Constitutional Ideal, Massachusetts Bay, 1629-1649 (Ashgate Publishing, Law, Justice and Power Series, 2001) Selected Articles & Chapters Su Bao Case and the Layers of Everyday Citizenship in China, 1894Multilayered Citizenship (Willem Maas, ed., University of Pennsylvania Press, 2013): 110 Blackwell Companion to American Legal History (Sally Hadden and Alfred Brophy, eds, Blackwell, 2013): 422 in Blackwell Companion to American Legal History (Sally Hadden and Alfred Brophy, eds, Blackwell, 2013): 7 ELIZABETH DALE University of Florida Research Foundation Professor, 2013 Editor, Law and History Review Graduate Coordinator, Department of History Keene Flint Hall, University of Florida P.O. Box 117320 Gainesville, FL 32611 352.273.3387 (office) edale@ufl.edu

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Journal of Critical Globalisation Studies (London) 6 (March 2013): online (available at http://www.criticalglobalisation.com) Constitutional Mythologies: New Perspectives on Controlling the State (Alain Marciano, ed., Springer 2011): 81 The Garden and the Wilderness Mark de Wolf Howe, The Garden and the Wilderness Church History 71 (2010): 881 Journal of Law, Culture and the Humanities 5 (2009): 3 People v. Coughlin and the Criminal Jury in Late NineteenthNorthern Illinois University Law Review 28 (2008): 503 American Historical Review 111 (2006): 95 Carolin South Carolina Law Review 54 (2003): 627 Social Science History 25 (2001): 7 -Century Chicag Law and History Review 17 (1999): 27 Baylies v. Curry and American Historical Review 102 (1997): 311 TEACHING AREAS US Constitutional History, US Legal History, History of Criminal Law, History of Civil Rights, History of Human Rights, Comparative Constitutional History EDUCATION 1990-1995 University of Chicago, Ph.D. in History 1981-1984 Chicago-Kent College of Law, J.D. 1979-1981 DePauw University, Greencastle, Indiana, B.A. in Ancient Greek 1977-1979 Swarthmore College

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BiographicalSketch ErikDeumens DepartmentofChemistry,UniversityofFlorida,FL32611 Tel:(352)-392-6980,Email:deumens@u.edu ProfessionalPreparation UniversityofAntwerpPhysics M.S.,1976 UniversityofBrusselsTheoreticalNuclearPhysicsPh.D.,1982 UniversityofBrusselsComputationalChemicalPhysicsD.Sc.,1984 UniversityofFloridaQuantumChemistry 1985-1988 Appointments 2011-presentDirector,ResearchComputing,UniversityofFlorida 2006-2011Director,HighPerformanceComputingCenter,UniversityofFlorida 2000-presentScientistintheDepartmentsofChemistryandPhysics,UniversityofFlorida 1994-2000AssociateScientistintheDepartmentofChemistryandadjunctfacultyinthe DepartmentofPhysics,UniversityofFlorida 1990-1994AssistantScientistintheDepartmentofChemistryandadjunctfacultyinthe DepartmentofPhysics,UniversityofFlorida 1988-1990VisitingAssistantResearchScientistwiththeQuantumTheoryProject 1984-1984ResearcheroftheInteruniversitairInstituutvoorKernwetenschappen,UniversityofLimburg,Belgium 1977-1984TeachingandresearchassistanttoProf.Dr.P.VanLeuvenattheTheoreticalPhysicssectionoftheUniversityofAntwerpen(RijksunivresitairCentrum Antwerpen),Belgium 1982-1983FulbrightResearchScholar,UniversityofFlorida FiveProductsMostCloselyRelatedtoProposedProject 1.SIPMaP:AToolforModelingIrregularParallelComputationsintheSuperInstructionArchitectur,NakulJindal,VictorLotrich,ErikDeumens,BeverlySanders,27thIEEEInternational ParallelandDistributedProcessingSymposium,May20-24,1569670009 http://www.ipdps.org/ipdps2013/2013 advance program.html(2013) 2.SoftwaredesignofACESIIIwiththesuperinstructionarchitecture,ErikDeumens,Victor F.Lotrich,AjithPerera,MarkJ.Ponton,BeverlyA.Sanders,andRodney,J.Bartlett,Wiley InterdisciplinaryReviews-ComputationalMolecularScience,1895-901(ISSN1759-0884) DOI:10.1002/wcms.77(2011) 3.ACESIIIsoftware,http://www.qtp.u.edu/ACES. 4.Ablock-orientedlanguageandruntimesystemfortensoralgebrawithverylargearrays,B. Sanders,R.Bartlett,E.Deumens,V.Lotrich,M.Ponton, Proceedingsofthe2010ACM/IEEE InternationalConferenceforHighPerformanceComputing,Networking,StorageandAnalysis, IEEEComputerSociety,WashingtonDC,ISBN978-1-4244-7558-9(2010) 5.Superinstructionarchitectureforpetascaleelectronicstructuresoftware:thestory,V.F. Lotrich,J.M.Ponton,A.S.Perera,E.Deumens,R.J.Bartlett,B.A.Sanders, Mol.Phys,

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specialvolumeElectrons,Molecules,Solids,andBiosystems:FiftyYearsoftheQuantum TheoryProject, 108(21) 3323(2010) FiveOtherSignicantProducts 1.Methoddevelopmentinatomisticcomputations:pastandfuture,E.Deumens, Mol.Phys, specialvolumeElectrons,Molecules,Solids,andBiosystems:FiftyYearsoftheQuantum TheoryProject, 108(21) 3249(2010) 2.VersatileAMBER-GaussianQM/MMinterfacethroughPUPIL,J.Torras,G.deM.Seabra,E. Deumens,S.B.Trickey,A.E.Roitberg,A, J.Comp.Chem.,29,1564-1573,(2008). 3.Chargetransferinlow-energycollisionsof He 2+ withatomichydrogen,deuteriumandtritium,N.Stolterfoht,R.Cabrera-Trujillo,Y. Ohrn,E.Deumens,R.Hoekstra,J.R.Sabin, Phys. Rev.Lett., 99,103201(4pages)(2007) 4.Fracture,waterdissociation,andprotonconductioninSiO 2 nano-chains,ChaoCao,Yao He,JuanTorras,ErikDeumens,S.B.Trickey,Hai-PingCheng, J.Chem.Phys.,126211101(3 pages)(2007).ThisarticlehasbeenselectedfortheJune15,2007issueofVirtualJournalof BiologicalPhysicsResearchhttp://www.vjbio.org 5.Time-dependenttheoreticaltreatmentsofthedynamicsofelectronsandnucleiinmolecular systems,E.Deumens,A.Diz,R.LongoandY. Ohrn, Rev.ofMod.Phys. 66 917-983(1994). SynergisticActivities 1.Organizer(withF.E.Harris)oftheNSF S 2 I 2 exploratoryworkshoprelavanttoquantum chemists,atomic,molecularandcondensedmatterphysicists,heldonAugust9-10,2010 intheFDICSeidmanCenterinArlingtonVirginia.IthasthetitleS2I2Workshop:Electronic andVibrationalStructureandDynamics 2.ArchitectoftheparallelimplementationofACESIII,anopensourcecodeforadvancedcoupledclustercalculations(http://www.qtp.u.edu/ACES). CollaboratorsandCo-Editors X.Li(U.Florida)P.Avery(U.Florida)R.J.Bartlett(U.Florida)B.A. Sanders(U.Florida)V.H.Lotrich(U.Florida)A.Perera(U.Florida) GraduateandPostdoctoralAdvisors P.VanLeuven(U.Brussels,Belgium,retired),M.Bouten(U. Limburg,Belgium,retired),Y. Ohrn(U.Florida,retired),J.Serneels(U.Limburg,Belgium) GraduateAdvisees(totalof11) A.Diz(1992)R.Longo(1992,U.Pernambuco,Brazil)B.Mogensen(1997)J.Morales(1997,TexasTechU.)J.Oreiro(1997)A.Blass(2001)M.Coutinho-Neto (2002,U.ABC,Brazil)D.Masiello(2004,U.Washington)B.Killian(2005,U.Florida)E.Teixeira (2009,U.Pernambuco,Brazil)B.Hall(2011,U.Florida) PostdoctoralAssociates(totalof3) D.Jacquemin(1997,U.Namur,Belgium)O.Quinet(2008, Belgium)N.Guevara(2009,FloridaA&MU.)

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1 of 2 Terry A. Harpold Associate Professor of English, Film & Media Studies Department of English voice: (352) 392-6650, ext. 282 4008 Turlington Hall fax: (352) 392-0860 University of Florida Gainesville, FL 32611-7310 Education 1994. PhD, Comparative Literature and Literary Theory, University of Pennsylvania. 1987. AM, Comparative Literature and Literary Theory, University of Pennsylvania. 1983. BA, English, State University of New York, Stony Brook. (Entries for texts in press or published only in digital formats include approximate word counts.) Edited collection, book chapters & journal articles in press Michel Margot. Eds. Terry Harpold, Daniel Compre, and Volker Dehs. Amiens: Encrage from 8 countries. The volume includes my essay ers and Reading in the Illustrated Voyages extraordinaires. 9400 words, 26 figures, in press. Colossus: The Forbin Project and Vynlez zkzy ( A Deadly Invention, aka Invention of Destruction, The Fabulous World of Jules Verne When Worlds Collide: The Critical Companion to Science Fiction Film Adaptations. Eds. Peter Wright and Sue Short. Liverpool: Liverpool University Press. 1800 words + 1500 words in press. Verniana 7 (2014 15) 10,000 words, 50 figs, in press. Nouveaux Jonas: The Sources of Sans Dessus Dessous Caricature. Verniana 7 (201415) 2500 words, 2 figs, in press. Book in progress Journal articles, book chapters & reviews in progress Portentosa Africa AntiLe Village arien. 9,000 words, 4 figures To be submitted to Science Fiction Studies.

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2 of 2 -American Responses to a Forgotten Interview with To be submitted to Verniana To be submitted to Electronic Book Review Book Ex -foliations: Reading Machines and the Upgrade Path University of Minnesota Press, 2009 368 p., 65 figs. Reviewed in: Culture Machine (May 2009), Image & Narrative (June 2009), New Media & Society (November 2009), Leonardo Reviews (December 2009), American Literature (June 2010). Edited collection Guest Editor ( with Arthur B. Evans, Rob Latham, and George Slusser 2009 J. Lloyd Eaton Science Fiction Conference Extraordinary Voyages: Jules Verne and Beyond. Verniana 2 & 4 (2009 10, 201112). Selected Journal articles Digital Humanities Quarterly 6.2 (2012). 16,400 words, 9 figs. Verniana 4 (2011 12): 99 106. 3000 words 2 figs. De Verniaan (Dordrecht: Jules Verne Genootschap) 48 (2011): 8 16. 3 figs. Rpt. of Harpold 2005. The Historical Rupture in Verniana 3 (2010) . 1850 words Verniana 1 (2009): 31 42 . 6200 words, 3 figs. Game Studies 7.1 (2007) . 7500 words, 3 figs. Voyages extraordinaires : The Example of Le Superbe Ornoque ImageTexT 3.1 (2006) . 14,300 words, 19 figs. Un Intertexte sophoclen du Journey to the Center of the Earth Bulletin de la Socit Jules Verne (NS) 153 (2005): 33 35. IRIS (Centre de recherche sur l -Grenoble 3) 28 (2005): 157 68. 3 figs.

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JANE GILMER LANDERS Home: 817 Rodney Drive Office: Department of History, PMB 351802 Nashville, TN 37205 Vanderbilt University Phone: (615) 356-7542 Nashville, TN 37235-1802 http://www.vanderbilt.edu/historydept/landers.html jane.landers@vanderbilt.edu PROFESSIONAL POSITIONS: Gertrude Conaway Vanderbilt Professor of History, 2011Professor of History, Department of History, Vanderbilt University, 2010-;Associate Professor, Department of History, Vanderbilt University, 1999 ; Grants Officer, Vanderbilt International Office, 2006-2007;Associate Dean, College of Arts & Science, Vanderbilt University, 2001-2004 ; Interim Director, Study Abroad Office, Vanderbilt University, 2001-2002; Director, Center for Latin American and Iberian Studies, Vanderbilt University, 2000-02; 2011-12;Assistant Professor, Department of History, Vanderbilt University, 1992-1999 National Director, History Teaching Alliance, 1988-1991 Adjunct Assistant Professor, Department of History, University of Florida, 1988-1991 EDUCATION: University of Florida, Ph.D. Latin American Colonial History, 1988 University of Miami, M.A. Inter-American Studies, 1974 B.A. Hispanic American Studies, 1968 cum laude PUBLICATIONS: Books Atlantic Creoles in the Age of Revolutions (Harvard University Press, 2010, 2011). A History of the Atlantic World, 1400-1888, with Alison Games, Douglas R. Egerton, Kris E. Lane and Donald R. Wright (Harlan Davidson, 2007). Slaves, Subjects, and Subversives: Blacks in Colonial Latin America ed. Jane G. Landers and Barry M. Robinson (Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 2006). Colonial Plantations and Economy in Florida ed. Jane G. Landers (Gainesville: University Press of Florida, 2000, 2001). Black Society in Spanish Florida (Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1999, 2001, 2002, 2005 ). Against the Odds: Free Blacks in the Slave Societies of the Americas ed. Jane Landers (London: Frank Cass & Co., Ltd., 1996) The African American Heritage of Florida, ed. David Colburn and Jane Landers (Gainesville: University Press of Florida, 1995, 1998). Books in Progress African Kingdoms, Black Republics, and Free Black Towns across the Iberian Atlantic Atlantic Transformations: The Many Lives of Georges Biassou and Jean-Francois Papillon, Forgotten Leaders of the Slave Revolt in Saint Domingue Nathan I. Huggins Lecture Series

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LANDERS HONORS and AWARDS: African Kingdoms, Black Republics, and Free Black Towns across the Iberian Atlantic, American Council of Learned Societies Fellowship, African Kingdoms, Black Republics, and Free Black Towns across the Iberian Atlantic, $65,000, 2013 of ered Archives Programme, $65,635, 2013 Atlantic Creoles in the Age of Revolution, Honorable Mention, Conference on Latin American History, Bolton-Johnson Prize for Best Book on Latin American History and Florida Historical Society, Rembert Patrick Award, 2011 Foundation, Sawyer Seminar on the Comparative Study of Cultures, $145,700, 2011 Creating a Digital Archive of a Circum-Caribbean Trading Entrept: Notarial Records from La Guajira Robert Penn Warren Center for the Humanities Fellow, $5000, 2011-12 National Endowment for the Humanities Fellowship, $38,700 and Gilder Lehrman Center for the Study of Slavery, Resistance and Abolition, Yale University, $3200, 2010 and Vanderbilt University Research Scholar Fellowship Co Historic St. Augustine Research Institute, Research Grant, Free Black Community in Exile in Cuba 2008 National Endowment for the Humanities Fellowship for University Teachers, $40,000, 2005-2006 National Endowment for the Humanities, Collaborative Research Grant, Ecclesiastical Sources and Historical Research on the African Diaspora in Brazil and Cuba $150,000, 2003-06 Black Society in Spanish Florida Southern Historical Association, Frances B. Simkins Prize, Distinguished First Book in Southern History & CHOICE Outstanding Academic Title, 2001 Center for Latin American Studies, University of Florida, Research and Travel Grant, 2001 Lydia Cabrera Award, Conference on Latin American History, $5000, 2000 Vanderbilt University Research and Travel Grants, 1993, 1995, 1998, 1999 National Endowment for the Humanities, Summer Stipend, $5000, 1997 Robert Penn Warren Center for the Humanities Fellow, $4000, 1993-4, 1996-7, 2000-1 African American Heritage of Florida, Florida Historical Society, Rembert Patrick Book Award, American Association of State and Local History Commendation, 1995 Latin American Microform Proje ct $7500, 1995 (to microfilm records in Havana & Matanzas, Cuba) Program for Cultural Cooperation between Spain's Ministry of Culture and United States' Universities, Research and Travel Grants to Spain, 1995, 1998 Vanderbilt University Research Council, Small Grants Award, 1996, 1999, 2000, 2006 Latin American Microform Project, Travel Grant to Cuba, 1994 Vanderbilt University Research Council Summer Award, 1993, 1996, 1999 National Endowment for the Humanities Fellowship for University Teachers, Gracia Real de Santa Teresa de Mose $30,000, 1991-1992; The Florida Historical Society President's Prize, 1988

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Leah Reade Rosenberg Department of English 2224 NE 9th Terrace P.O. Box 117310 Gainesville, FL 32609 University of Florida (352) 281 1248 Gainesville, FL 32611-7310 Tel: (352) 294-2848 Fax: (352) 392-0860 rosenber@ufl.edu Professional Appointments Associate Professor of English, University of Florida, 2008Assistant Professor of English, University of Florida, 2001 Assistant Professor of Englis h, Grinnell College, Fall 1999-2001 Education PhD, Comparative Literature. Cornell University, January 2000. MFA, Fiction. Brooklyn College, June 1991. BA, Classics. The Johns Hopkins University, June 1986. Books Beyond Windrush: Rethinking Postwar West Indian Literature co-edited with J.Dillon Brown (Washington University).under contract with University of Mississippi Press Nationalism and the Formation of Caribbean Literature (Palgrave October 2007) Articles 2010-2013 It's Enough to make any Woman Catch the next Plane to Barbados: Constructing the Postwar West Indies as Para dise. Forthcoming Third Text Watch How Dem Touris Like Fe Look: Touris t Photography and Cla ude McKays Jamaica. In On Writing and Photography eds. Karen Beckman and Liliane Weissberg. Minneapolis: U of Minnesota Press, 2012: pp. 41-68. Anglophone Caribbean Literature and the Canon in the Routledge Companion to Anglophone Caribbean Literature, eds. Alison Donnell and Michael Bucknor, July 2011: 347-355. The New Woman and The Dusky Strand: The Pl ace of Feminism and Womens Literature in Early Jamaican Nationalism. Feminist Review 95.1(July 2010):45-63. Tourism and the Birth of Jamaican Literature. Jamaica Journal 32.3 (Feb 2010): 46-51. Reviews and Miscellaneous 2010-2013 Review of Michael Niblett, The Caribbean Novel since 1945: Cultural Practice, Form, and the Nation-State. Forthcoming Ariel: A Review of International English Literature.

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2 Review of The Caribbean Short Story: Critical Perspectives Lucy Evans, Mark McWatt & Emma Smith (eds). Leeds, UK: Peepal Tree Press, 2010 in New West Indian Guide / Nieuwe West-Indische Gids. The Audacity of Faith: Creole Recitations Explained. Book Discussion of Creole Recitations: John Jacob Thomas and Colonial Formation in the Late Nineteen th Century Caribbean Faith Smith (2002). Small Axe 35 (Fall 2011):164-173. Claude McKay & Herbert de Lisser Blackwell Encyclopedia of Twentieth-Century American Fiction, January 2011. Awards and Grants 2010-2013 Course Development Grant, Latin American Studies Center, University of Florida, 2013 Latin American Studies Working Gr oup, member 2012-2013, convener fall 2013 Excellence Award for Digital Humanities, the Digital Library of the Caribbean, 2011 Library Enhancement Grant in the Humanities from the University of Florida Center for the Humanities and the Public Sphere, 2011. National Humanities Center Fellow, 2010-2011. Invited Lectures 2010-2013 Caribbean Women Writers and the Quarrel wi th History, Quarelling with Coloniality, Carifesta Redux, Tufts University, April 10, 2013. Snapshots of the New Riviera: A Handy Guide to Jamaican Nation Formation, Tourism, and Literature, 1890-1914. Americanist Speaker Se ries. Duke University, 13 April, 2011 Calypso in the World/ Island in the Sun. Islands, Images, Imaginaries: A Symposium. Duke University, 1-2 April, 2011. West Indians Expose White Lie, Claim Bela fonte as National Hero: The Unmaking of Island in the Sun in the Caribbean Press. The Juilliard School, 18 March, 2011. Mixing Horror with Ethnography: Tourism and the Re presentation of Haiti and Jamaica in the the 1930s. Center for Latin American a nd Caribbean Studies. Duke University, 10 November 2010. Selected Conference Papers 2012-2013 It's enough to make any Woman Catch the next Plane to Barbados: Constructing the Postwar West Indies as Paradise, 37th Annual Conference, the Society of Caribbean Studies, Warwick University, July, 2013. Pan-African, Postmodern, and More: New Appr oaches to the Windrush Generation and West Indian Feminism and Our Digital Future : A Partnership of Digital Libraries and Scholars, the 38th Annual Caribbean Studies Associ ation Conference, Grand Anse Grenada, June, 2013.

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Jason Steuber Samuel P. Harn Museum of Art University of Florida EXPERTISE Asian art curator and art historian with peer-reviewed publications focused on the histories of museum collections and issues of provenance. PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE 2008 present Cofrin Curator of Asian Art Samuel P. Harn Museum of Art University of Florida Gainesville, FL 2006 2007 Leverhulme Trust Visiting Fellow Glasgow University Glasgow, Scotland 2005 2006 Adjunct Assistant Professor of Art History Johnson County Community College Overland Park, KS 2002 2006 Assistant Curator of Chinese Art The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art Kansas City, MO 2001 2006 Adjunct Instructor University of Missouri-Kansas City Kansas City, MO 1998 2001 Curatorial Assistant The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art Kansas City, MO 1997 1998 Research Assistant The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art Kansas City, MO 1994 1996 Chinese Art Student Intern The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art Kansas City, MO

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SELECT PUBLICATIONS P. Harn Arts of Asia Vol. 39 No. 6 (November-December 2009), 112-124. (Co-authored with Allysa Browne). Asian Art, Defining Gender Roles: World War II, Women Curators and the Politics Journal of the History of Collections Vol. 20 Issue 2 (2008), 291-303 (Co-authored with Chelsea Schlievert). cernment and Connoisseurship: The Frederick L. Gordon Collection of Orientations (June 2007), 43-51. The Burlington Magazine (August 2006), 528-536. Apollo Vol. CLXII, No. 525 (November 2005), 56-67. Contributor and copy-editor to two-volume Archaeology in the Twentieth Century (Yale University Press, London and New Haven, 2004). EDUCATION M.A. East Asian Languages and Cultures, University of Kansas. 1996. B.A. Chinese History; B.A. East Asian Languages and Cultures, University of Kansas. 1993.

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Willumson 1 GLENN G. WILLUMSON 9821 SW 55 th Road University of Florida Gainesville, FL 32608 School of Art and Art History 352 273 3072 P.O. Box 115801 gwillumson@arts.ufl.edu Gainesville, FL 32611 5801 352 392 0201, ext. 234 Employment 2010 Professor of Art History 2013 16 2001 2010 Florida Foundation Research Professor Associate Professor of Art History 1993 2001 Affiliate Associate Professor, Art History, The Pennsylvania State University 1992 2001 Curator, Palmer Museum of Art, The Pennsylvania State University Senior Curator (1997 2001) Curator of Collections (1992 1996) 1990 Visiting Professor, Department of Art History, University of California, Irvine 1988 1992 Curator for the History of Photography and American Art, J. Paul Getty Research Institute 1987 National Writing Project Fellow 1985 1986 Copy Editor, University Art Museum, University of California 1982 1983 Assistant Curator, Nelson Art Gallery, University of California, Davis 1971 1981 Teacher, California Secondary Schools Mentor Teacher (1977 1981) Lifetime Teaching Credential, State of California (1976) Education Doctor of Philosophy in Art History, University of California, Santa Barbara. 1988 Major Field : Modern art: emphasis in history of photography and American art Minor Field : Baroque art Dissertation "W. Eugene Smith: A Critical Analysis of Four Photographic Essays." Master of Arts in Art History, University of California, Davis. 1984 Thesis "Alfred A. Hart: Photographer of the Transcontinental Railroad." Bachelor of Arts in English, cum laude St. Mary's College, Moraga, California. 1971

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Willumson 2 Selected Publications History Now February, 2014 Guest Curator, Double Exposure: Photography and the Transcontinental Railroad California State Railroad Museum, September 14-2013-October 5, 2014 in Papel Alpha 910 (2013), pp. 137 53 Iron Muse: Photographing the Transcontinental Railroad Berkeley: University of California Press, 2013 (Awarded a Publication Grant from the Viva Foundation) The Crocker Art Museum Collection Unveiled ed. Scott Shields (Sacramento: Crocker Art Museum, 2010), 11-21 Framing the West (New Haven: Yale University Press, 2010), 175-86 From Periphery to Center: Art Museum Education in the 21st Century edited by Patricia Villeneuve. Reston, VA: National Art Education Association, 2007 Contribution of Historic Preservation to the Quality of Life in Florida: Technical Report Tallahassee: Florida Department of State, 2006, section V, unpaginated (32 pages) Curator, History Past, History Present: The Daguerreotype Portrait in America Palmer Museum of Art, Penn State, January 2001 "The Photo-Album as Cultural Artifact," an essay in L'Album Photographique: Historire & conservation d'un objet Paris: Section franaise de l'Institut international de conservation, 2000, pp. 39-48 (Revised, translated, and published in Papel Alpha 9 10; 2013) Museum International no. 206 (vol. 52/no. 2), (April-June 2000), pp. 15-19. Translated into French, Spanish, Portuguese, Russian, and Arabic Selected Service National Endowment for the Arts Grant, Advisory Board, Oakland Museum, Oakland, California, 2013Florida State Representative to the Association of Academic Museums and Galleries, 2012Canal National Endowment for the Humanities Grant Advisory Board and Southeast Representative, Committee on Museum Professional Training, American Alliance of Museums, 2011

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ANDREW J.TORGETDepartment of History | Wooten Hall 225 | 1155 Union Circle | University of North Texas Denton, TX 76203 | (434) 996 5741 | andrewtorget@gmail.com EDUCATION Ph.D., American History, University of Virginia, August 2009. POSITIONS Assistant Professor of History, University of North Texas, 2009 present. Director, Digital Scholarship Lab, University of Richmond, 2007 2009. Project Director, Virginia Center for Digital History, University of Virginia, 2003 2009. SELECTED AWARDS AND FELLOWSHIPS David J. Weber Researc h Fellow for the Study of Southwestern America, William Clements Center for Southwest Studies, Southwestern Methodist University, 2011 2012 (inaugural recipient). NITLE Community Contribution Award, for work on History Engine 2009. Classics Award for History, Multimedia Educational Resource for Learning and Online Teaching (MERLOT), forwork on the Valley of th e Shad ow Project 2005. Southern Fellowship, University of Virginia, 2001 2004. SELECTED RESEARCH GRANTS Mapping Historical Texts: Combining Text Mining and Geo Visualization to Unlock the Research Potential of Historical Newspapers, National Endowment for the Humanities, Digital Humanities Start Up Grant, Level 2, 2010 2011. Designated a We the People project by th e NE H. 11 percent of projects were funded. Visualizing the Past: Tools and Techniques for Understanding Historical Processes, National Endowment for the Humanities, Digital Humanities Start Up Grant, Level 1, 2008 2009. 13 percent of projects were funded. NITLE Ins tructional Innovation Grant, to support and develop the History Engine project, 2008 2009. National Institute for Technology and Liberal Education Grant, to support and develop the History Engine project, 2007 2008. SELECTED SCHOLARSHIP Mapping Texts: Visualizing American Historical Newspapers and Building New Windows into Digitized Newspapers, in Journal of Digital Huma nities 1:3 (Summer 2012), first author (with Jon Christensen). Topic Modeling on Historical Newspapers, peerreviewed and published in the conference proceedings of the Association for Computational Linguistics workshop on Language Technology for Cultural Heritage, Social Sciences, and Humanities (ACL LATECH 2011), June 2011, pp. 96104. Se cond author (with Tze I Yang and Rada Mihalcea). Mapping Texts: Visualizing Historical Newspapers Co Director, 2010 Present

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Andrew J. Torget, Curriculum Vitae, Page 2 http://www.MappingTexts.org Texas Slavery Project, Founder and Director, 2004 Present http://www.TexasSlaveryProject.org Voting America: United States Politics, 1840 2008 Director, 2006 2009 http://www.AmericanPast.org/voting The Valley of the Shadow Project Project Manager and Co Editor, 2003 2007 http://valley.lib.virginia.edu/ SELECTED PAPERS AND PRESENTATIONS Digital History: State of the Field, roundtable panelist at the annual meeting of the American Historical Association, January 2012. Experiments in Twenty First Century Research and Teaching, a paper presented at the annual Coalition for Networked Information conference, December 2008. The Promise and Perils of Doing History in the Digital Age, a presentation made at Duke University, October 2013. Understanding the Digital Humanities, a presentation made at Texas A&M University, October 2013. The Promise and Perils of Digitized Historical Newspapers, a presentation made at the Digital Humanities Center and the Summersell Center for the Study of the South at the University of Alabama, Feb ruary 2013. What Does Ten Million Words Look Like? a presentation made to the Library of Congress, National Digital Newspaper Program, Washington, D. C., September 2012. Does the Digital Revolution Mean the End of the Humanities? a presentation made at Rice University, April 2010. Collaborative Digital Scholarship: Can Historians Survive the Twe nty First Century? a presentation made at the Stanford Humanities Center, Stanford University, January 2010. Digital Scholarship and What It Means for Your Campus, Chronicle of Higher Education Technology Forum, Washington, D. C., April 2009. What If We Could See His tory? a presentation made at Harvards Digital Humanities Initiative, Harvard University, February 2008.

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The Foundation for The Gator Nation An Equal Opportunity Institution College of Liberal Arts & Sciences 4008 Turlington Hall Department of English P.O. Box 117310 Gainesville, FL 32611 Voice: 352-392-6650 Fax: 352-392-0860 February 12, 2014 Mark V. Sullivan Head of Digital Development & Web Services George A. Smathers Libraries, University of Florida PO Box 117000, Gainesville, FL 32611 Laurie N. Taylor, PhD Digital Humanities & Data Librarian George A. Smathers Libraries, University of Florida PO Box 117000, Gainesville, FL 32611 Dear Mark V. Sullivan and Laurie N. Taylor: I am writing to confirm my participation as a scholarl y advisor for, and writing in strong support of, your proposed National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) Digital Humanities Im plementation Grant, which focuses on developing new technical supports for ho sting, managing and storing humanities data, with development done iteratively through close co nsultation with humanities scholars. This project touches on several areas of my current work in the digital humanities, namely digital archivy and curation, and the development of large humanities data sets for purposes of data mining and information visualization. A project of this kind will be essential to the development of new methods of literary study and production, and will serve extremely well the emergence in our disciplines (and at UF, specifically) of a new understanding and analysis of readerly and wr iterly practices in the digital field. I congratulate you both on taking the lead in this unde rtaking and on choosing to work closely with UF faculty to insure that the projects initial phases are oriented by our research and teaching missions. I am thrilled to play a part in this and look forward to working with you and the other members of the Scholarly Advisory Group in the coming years.

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Sincerely, Terry Harpold Associate Professor of English, Film & Media Studies Director of Graduate Student Teaching & General Education

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Department of English Phone: 617 3734540 4 05 Lake Hall Fax: 617 3732509 360 Huntington Avenue http://www.english.neu.edu/ Boston, MA 02115 5000Fe bruary 16 2014 Mark V. Sullivan Head of Digital Development & Web Services George A. Smathers Libraries University of Florida PO Box 117000, Gainesville, FL 32611 Laurie N. Taylor, PhD Digital Humanities & Data Librarian George A. Smathers Libraries University of Florida PO Box 117000, Gainesville, FL 32611 Dear Mark V. Sullivan and Laurie N. Taylor : I am writing to confirm my participation as a scholarly advisor for and writing in strong support of your proposed National Endowment for the Humaniti es (NEH ) Digital Humanities Implementation Grant, which focuses on developing new technical supports for hosting, managing and storing humanities data, with development done iteratively through close consultation with humanities scholars. I am Professor of English at Northeastern University and also serve as the Co Director of the NULab for Texts, Maps, and Networks at Northeastern. My own area of literary expertise is the eighteenth century Atlantic world, including colonial North America and the Carib bean. I am currently working on creating a large scale archive of digital texts and images from the early Caribbean the Early Caribbean Digital Archive (ECDA). We have developed a very fruitful partnership with the Dig ital Library of the Caribbean (dLOC) the technical infrastructure of which is provided by the University of Florida Libraries. This partnership has involved sharing open access materials between collections, but as importantly, has also involved sharing knowledge and ideas around matters o f creating, curating, and hosting digital collections. Given University of Florida Libraries strong track record in working collaboratively and innovatively in the area of digital collections and knowledge production, I am eager to see them move forwar d with work proposed in this grant. This project will enable humanities scholars working with digital materials to both securely store and retain data as well as to use that data in new and productive ways. In effect, this proposal addresses two importan t needs simultaneously that of preserving digital data and that of making accessible digital data in formats that will be of immediate (and long term) use to humanities scholars. It is particularly attractive that the platform proposed will work with othe r repositories as well; accordingly, the value of this work will extend well beyond the University of Florida Libraries. I strongly support the grant proposal and I am excited about joining the panel of scholars who will work with librarians in developin g this platform. The proposed method of building the platform in iterative

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co nsultation with scholars from a variety of humanities disciplines seems to me a model for how such work can be most productively engaged. Sincerely, Elizabeth Maddock Dillon Professor of English Co Director, NULab for Texts, Maps, and Networks Northeastern University e.dillon@neu.edu

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February 12, 2014 Mark V. Sullivan Head of Digital Development & Web Services George A. Smathers Libraries, University of Florida PO Box 117000, Gainesville, FL 32611 Laurie N. Taylor, PhD Digital Humanities & Data Librarian George A. Smathers Libraries, University of Florida PO Box 117000, Gainesville, FL 32611 Dear Mark V. Sullivan and Laurie N. Taylor: I am writing to confirm my participation as a scholarly advisor for and writing in strong support of your proposed National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH ) Digital Humanities Implementation Grant, which focuses on developing new technical supports for hosting, managing and storing humanities data, with development done iteratively through close consultation with humanities scholars. I am particularly excited about this grant because it would address the needs of faculty and researchers in the humanities in general and in my interdisciplinary field, Caribbean studies in particular. I work in Caribbean literary and cultural history. In the past decade an enormous number of historical and cultural books, images, and other documents have been digitized in Caribbean studies, allowing scholars in a number of fields ( e.g. history, literature, political science, art history, and anthropology) to significantly expand our understanding of Caribbean history and culture. Ensuring that this data is available as well as materials to explain it to scholars and students is critical if the field is going to make full use of the expansion in available data. I have been working with Taylor and Sullivan to identify materials to be digitized for Caribbean studies and to provide ancillary materials for scholars and instructors (including digital humanities projects referred to in the grant as well as simply finding aids, lesson plans, annotations) since 2007. The collection we have worked on, the Digital Library of the Caribbean ( www.dloc.com ) which is part of the University of Florida, digital collections ( http://ufdc.ufl.edu/ ) has increased in primary historical and cultural documents significantly in this period. With the help of Laurie Taylor and other UF librarians, I along with my students and colleagues have developed a collection of teaching guides. I am currently working with Dr. Donette Francis (University of Miami) and Professor Rhonda Cobham-Sander (Amherst College) to develop a course in Caribbean literature Panama Silver, Asian Gold: This course addresses the material history, the literary representation, and the historiography of the migration of indentured Asians to the Caribbean and of West Indian workers to Panama to work on the Canal projects. The course materials (such as syllabi, assignments, contextual and analytical information for instructors) are being made available through www.dloc.com The course trains students to use primary historical documents to enhance their literary analysis and to produce finding guides, enhanced metadata, and digital exhibits to provide future instructors materials for teaching these materials and future scholars more support in using these materials. The course was taught

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collaboratively between the three institutions in fall 2014; we are planning to teach it again in fall 2015 and the instructors are developing a digital humanities project based on the research we have done for the course This Humanities (NEH) Digital Humanities Implementation Grant has my full support. Sincerely, Leah Rosenberg Associate Professor University of Florida

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February 14, 2014 Mark V. Sullivan Head of Digital Development & Web Services George A. Smathers Libraries University of Florida PO Box 117000, Gainesville, FL 32611 Laurie N. Taylor, PhD Digital Humanities & Data Librarian George A. Smathers Libraries University of Florida PO Box 117000, Gainesville, FL 32611 Dear Mark V. Sullivan and Laurie N. Taylor: I am writing to confirm my participation as a scholarly advisor for and writing in strong support of your proposed National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH ) Digital Humanities Implementation Grant, which focuses on developing new technical supports for hosting, managing and storing humanities data, with development done iteratively through close consultation with humanities scholars. I have spent the last decade working as both a digital scholar and humanities researcher, building large-scale digital projects such as the Valley of the Shadow and Mapping Texts projects which depend on large-scale humanities-oriented datasets. An d during that time I have come to appreciate how badly the humanities needs to develop new, sustainable, and long-term methods for curating, disseminating and hosting those datasets. This is vital to the long-term survival of born-digital research, of course, but also to enabling scholars from across the disciplines to harness and use datasets collected and created by their colleagues for other projects. In other words, this project promises to move the humanities toward greater sharing of data, and a more sustainable platform for making available some of the most important outputs of any scholarly endeavor: allowing others to repurpose, explore, and build upon our data sets. And it promises to do so in a sustainable way, which will provide humanities scholars the tools they need to push forward with innovative research rather than find themselves (as we so often do, currently) bogged down in the challenges of finding their own individual solutions for curating and hosting their datasets.

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In short, I think this is a vitally important project and I gladly offer whatever services I can toward its success. Sincerely, Andrew J. Torget Assistant Professor, Department of History Director, Digital History Lab University of North Texas

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11 February 2014 Mark V. Sullivan Head, Digital Development & Web Services George A. Smathers Libraries University of Florida PO Box 117000 Gainesville, Florida 32611 Dear Mark, I am writing to express my excitement and support for the project you are developing with Laurie Taylor for an NEH Digital Humanities Implementation grant application. Your proposal addresses an urgent emerging issue within the digital humanities. Given the amount of data being produced in institutional repositories, we desperately need a solution for archiving and making public the work humanities scholars accomplish each year. I say this as an advocate of open access and the public humanities, as well as a scholar who wants his work to impact everyday people. If we want more scholars creating work for the public, we need better tools for managing the data they produce. Before I started work at Washington State University, I spent a year as an Andrew W. Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow at Emory University Library working with faculty to develop internally-funded digital humanities (DH) alized the projects within a one-year development cycle and had no real plan for long-term sustainability. Of course, these issues were compounded by the fact that faculty were concerned about releasing data before publishing their research, and Emory had its own proprietary issues surrounding the data. The construction of a repository infrastructure would not only alleviate many of these common problems at DH centers but also emphasize a culture of institutional collaboration for humanities scholars who may otherwise be reticent to share their data. I am pleased to see you taking a leadership role in addressing a concern that impacts all of us. Your proposal has my strongest endorsement. Sincerely, Roger Whitson Assistant Professor of English Washington State University

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Building Cultures of Data Management through Integrative Approaches to Humanities Research University of Florida Appendix: Selected bibliography for further information on relevant current activities and practices UF Overview of SobekCM data support: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00017907/00001/pdf UF campus-wide Data Management/Curation Task Force: o All materials, http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00014835/ o Needs Assessment Survey, Fall 2013: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00014835/00014/pdf o Facilitated discussion assessment for humanities researchers: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00013948/ o Report, Dataverse Network Pilot Project with SURA Research Data Management: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00014835/00009/pdf Digital Humanities at UF o Library Digital Humanities: http://library.ufl.edu/digitalhumanities o Ce nter for the Humanities & the Public Sphere: http://www.humanities.ufl.edu/digitalhum.html o Digital Humanities Library Group (approved proposal which developed out of the Data Task Force activities to focus on the humanities): http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00014835/00030/pdf Overview on Data Management Support from the UF Libraries with the IR@UF & More: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00017119/00018/pdf UF Digital Humanities & Data Team Model with Library Liaisons: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00017119/00021/pdf UNT UNT Scholarly Works Repository http://digital.library.unt.edu/scholarlyworks/ UNT Data Repository http://digital.library.unt.edu/datarepository/ Selected Research Publications & Presentations on SobekCM Software and Services Gathering Lost Things and Connecting Lone Researchers: SobekCM and Digital Humanities Collaborations with the Librarians and Scholars C onference Presentation Proposal for data Driven: Digital Humanities in the Library, 2014: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00019270/00001/pdf . Geneseo, NY: Milne Library at SUNY Geneseo and the Monroe County Library System. 2013. http://www.dloc.com/AA00016370/00001/pdf Lois J. Widmer, Laurie N. Taylor, and Mark V. Sullivan. "Florida Digital Newspaper Library: Library and Publisher Partnerships for Access and Preservation," Florida Libraries (Fall 2012: 55/2), 15 17: . B rooke Wooldridge, Laurie Taylor, and Mark Sullivan. "Managing an Open Access, Multi Institutional, International Digital Library," Resource Sharing & Information Networks (2009: 35 44): and . Val Davis, Laurie Taylor, Stephen Williams, Dina Benson, Sara Russell Gonzalez, and Mark

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Building Cultures of Data Management through Integrative Approaches to Humanities Research University of Florida ational Conference on Digital Libraries, 2010: . Selected Documentation myUFDC & myDLOC Digital Collection Manager/Curator Tools. Smathers Libraries. 2010: . SobekCM User Guide. Smathers Libraries and Digital Library of the Caribbean. 2013: . 2013: . Metadata Training Materials: Presentation Slides, Handout, and Assessment. UF Digital Collections and Digital Library of the Caribbean. 2012: . Digital Library of the Caribbean Training Manual. Digital Library of the Caribbean. 2011: .

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Page 1 of 6 Overview Software Developers for the SobekCM Open Source Software 1 have begun adding data support for specific data archiving (with versioning) needs, and with support for queries, searches, sorts, report generation, and other actions with archived data. About SobekCM The SobekCM software is a full suite of applications that power digital libraries, digital content/asset management, digital preservation, discoverability, online patron user tools, and workflow tools for integration with library and other web-scale systems, digital production, and digital curation. SobekCM is the software engine which powers many digital libraries, exhibits, digital production workflows, and more at institutions around the world including the Digital Library of the Caribbean (dLOC), Florida Digital Newspaper Library, the University of Florida Digital Collections (UFDC), and many others. SobekCM allows users to discover online resources via semantic and full-text searches, as well as a variety of different browse mechanisms. For each digital resource in the repository there are a plethora of display options, which may be selected by an appropriately authenticated use. This repository includes online metadata editing and online submissions in support of institutional repositories. Dataset Support in SobekCM: Prototype Development & Work to Date In October 2013, the Development Team for SobekCM at UF, led by Mark Sullivan, began adding prototype dataset support to the Institutional Repository @ UF ( IR@UF ). Prototype for final display of datasets (dataset with a single datatable) : http://ufdc.ufl.edu/IR00003504/00001 Prototype for dataset with multiple tables: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00017819/00001 Prototype for dataset codebook: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00017819/00001/dscodebook 1 SobekCM is released as open source software under the GNU GPL license, and is downloadable from the SobekCM Software Download Site, which also has complete information and technical and code documentation: http://sobek.ufl.edu/

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Page 2 of 6 Prototype for final display of datasets (dataset with a single datatable) Prototype for dataset with multiple tables

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Page 4 of 6 Prototype for dataset with multiple tables: downloads Prototype for dataset with multiple tables ; dataset codebook

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Page 5 of 6 In these examples, everything (e.g., the code book, uniqueness and foreign key constraints, required fields, etc.) are derived from the XML schema included at the top of the XML. The The schema currently uses Microsoft as the extension schema, which is the first support with more to be added. Paging through the data in particular is powered by a back-end data provider which serves JSON to the jQuery datatable plug-in. This is becoming more of an interface norm for data services on user-focused enterprise service sites, and provides a familiar framework for users here for the data services. This interface will likely continue to be written in JavaScript/jQuery that reads JSON to draw the tables for example. Currently, the prototype HTML is written directly in C# code. Considerations for the IR@UF Presentation Clearly, a major part of the problem is normalizing Excel and CSV files into XML and retrieving information from the user about each row, how it should be searched, etc. Clicking on a single row doesn't retrieve the correct row, nor does it yet travel through the table relations to show information in related tables. For the interface as currently envisioned, this screen will include a button for and a button on the main view data screens to The input/edit forms are expected to be created directly from the XSD's information. The prototype is currently working with a XML NoSQL solution, but using the XSD solution with a SQL back-end should work well. The system could parse the XSD to discover the structure/codebook and everything else would be relatively similar. Instead of retrieving the data from the dataset derived from XML, it would be read into a dataset from SQL. The one difference is that only the data needed immediately for display would be retrieved from SQL (probably with paging through the data for handling big data). Considerations for System Integration with the Libraries, Research Computing, and/or Others In addition to considerations for the IR@UF presentation and functionality as powered by SobekCM, this SQL could reside on servers supported by the UF Libraries, Research Computing, and/or others. With additional collaborative development, the back-end would be able to use Hadoop or iRODS and the additional development would enable it for presentation.

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Page 6 of 6 Dataset Support in SobekCM: Next Phase Digital Development & Web Services Team with many SobekCM Developers) is planning to pursue an Emerging Technology Grant from within the Libraries, seeking $10,000 for developer salary. At this time, one of the developers on the Digital Development & Web Services Team is on grant funding, with a time gap between when the current grant project funding ends and the next begins. This presents the opportunity to immediately hire a skilled full-time developer for a specific project and defined timeframe, and Dataset support in SobekCM has been selected as the appropriate project for this period. The proposed project for the Emerging Technology Grant will focus on adding support for simple visualizations including simple graphs and mapping, possibly similar to CKAN. 2 Dataset Support in SobekCM : Immediate Next Steps For the immediate future, Mark Sullivan is working towards the grant proposal and continuing to refine the dataset support in SobekCM as time allows. He will share updates on progress and any considerations for -wide Data Management/Curation Task Force 3 and the other SobekCM Developers. 4 Document Information Dataset Support in SobekCM (Oct. 2013). Technical information written by Mark V. Sullivan, initial text revised and expanded for use as documentation and news by Laurie N. Taylor. 2 http://demo.ckan.org/dataset/go ld -prices/resource/b9aae52b-b082-4159-b46f-7bb9c158d013 3 http://library.ufl.edu/datamgmt/ 4 https://groups.google.com/forum/#!categories/sobekcm-discuss/general

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Building Cultures of Data Management through Integrative Approaches to Humanities Research, UF Appendix: NEH Grant Funded Position Descriptions Project Programmer Position Description WORKING TITLE: Information Technology Expert SUMMARY OF POSITION ROLE/RESPONSIBILITIES: Perform duties related to the creation and support of software applications for a data module for ease of use in creating, editing, and using data as part of integrated services and support in digital library repository and institutional repository (IR) systems. Develop necessary scripting and programming, as well as databases and file structures, needed to allow users to interact with, create, and edit datasets and databases alongside of their primary research materials collections sets Serve as part of a multi institutional team in creating the module for local use and ease of installation in a wide variety of repository systems. EXAMPLES OF RESPONSIBILITIES: Perform analysis and programming to develop, document, and maintain computer software programs. The primary emphasis will be on web and database systems which effectively deliver and support authenticated creation and editing digital resources. Design, implement and maintain all relational database components (tables, SQL stored procedures, etc.) necessary for effective data presentation and with respect to product tracking and system security. Develop the data module utilizing mark-up and display languages (e.g. HTML, XML, CSS, etc.) and data rendering, editing, and manipulation supports (e.g., JavaScript, jQuery, SPARQL) Provide quality control on data, interface deployment, and indexing. Coordinate with IT experts and expert users on the integrated data module. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: A high school diploma and four years of any combination of relevant experience, education and/or certification. The level of expertise and skill required to qualify for a position in this classification is generally attained through combinations of education and experience in the field. While such employees commonly have a bachelor's or higher degree, no particular academic degree is required. Appropriate college course work or technical training may substitute at an equivalent rate to the required experience. Demonstrated ability to function as part of a team. Demonstrated experience with SQL or other database query equivalent. Demonstrated experience with multiple programming languages. Preference given to experience with C#, Java and web scripting languages. Demonstrated knowledge of relational database models. Experience with Microsoft Windows systems and familiarity with Windows server operating systems (NT, 2000 Server, .NET) Demonstrated experience with mark-up languages (i.e., HTML, XML) Must be able to communicate effectively with co-workers and users. Frequent written (email) and verbal communication is required. Cooperation, innovation, and listening skills are essential. Must be able to effectively extract programming requirements from users. PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor's or Master's degree in Computer Science Familiarity with Microsoft SQL Server and/or Internet Information Server

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ProposalNumber:ProposalStatus:SponsorDeadline: 02/19/2014SubmissionMethod:SubmissionType: INVESTIGATORDATAPROJECTDIRECTOR/PRINCIPALINVESTIGATORCONTACTINFORMATIONPrefix:FirstName:MiddleName:LastName:Suffix: Mark SullivanPosition/Title: IT SeniorOrganization: University of Florida Board of TrusteesDepartment:Division:Street1: George A. Smathers LibrariesStreet2: PO Box 117024City: GainesvilleCounty:State: FLZipCode: 32611-7024Country: USAEmployeeID:Phone: 352-273-2907Fax:Email: MarSull@uflib.ufl.eduFirstBudgetPeriodEffort:Calendar:Academic:Summer:StatusofPI:StatusWaiverRequired?SignedIntellectualPropertyWaiverAttached?SignedConflictofInterestDisclosureAttached?AgencyCertificationDocumentationAttached?CostSharingAuthorizationFormAttached? SPONSORDATAAgency: National Endowment for the HumanitiesProposalTypeSponsorMechanism: Digital Humanities Implementation GrantsSponsorType:SponsorCode:SponsorName:SubDivision1:SubDivision2: PROJECTDATATitleofProject: Building Cultures of Data Management through Integrative Approaches to Humanities ResearchIsThisaSubcontract?IfYes,whoisprime?TypeofProposal:TypeofAgency:KindofApplication:PreviousGrant#orFederalIdentifier:Changeingranteeinstitution? NoTypeofProject: PROJECTADMINISTRATIONWhoisresponsibleforthisresearch?DepartmentalIdentificationNumber:Primary:Secondary:DepartmentalName:Primary:Secondary:PrimaryDept.ContactInfo:AccountClassification:Primary:Secondary:OtherInstitutionalCode:NAICSCode: COMPLIANCEDATAAreanimalsubjectsused?ProposalSummaryProposalSummarypage1of2

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IsIACUCreviewpending?IACUCProtocol#IACUCApprovalDate:Arehumansubjectsused?IsIRBreviewpending?IRBProtocol#IRBApprovalDate:Doesthisprojectinvolveuseofanyofthefollowing?RadioactiveMaterial(s),RadiationProducingDevices(s),RecombinantDNA,BiohazardousChemical(s),ClassIIIborIVLasers,Othercertificationsofhealth,safetyand/orenvironmentalcompliance. BUDGETDATAPerformanceDatesBeginDateEndDateFirstBudgetPeriod:CumulativeBudgetPeriod:CostSharingInformationMandatoryVoluntaryCommitted:Amount:Source:BudgetPeriodDirectCostIndirectCostTotalCostTotal: AWARDDATAAward#:Contract#:Date:BudgetPeriodDirectCostIndirectCostTotalCostTotal: EXPORTCONTROL1.Willtheprojectinvolveparticipation,collaborationoraccesstoinformationbyforeignnationals,definedas:individualswithforeigncitizenship,foreigngovernments,foreignassociationsandcorporations,orforeignpoliticalparties?Note:ForeignnationalsgrantedUScitizenship,orpermanentresidence"greencard"orgrantedstatusasa"protectedindividual",e.g.,politicalrefugeesandpoliticalasylumholdersare"EXEMPT"fromdeemedexportrule.2.Willtheprojectinvolvetheshipmentofequipment,technology,software,materialsdataorotherinformation?3.Willtheprojectinvolveaforeignsubcontractorotherforeigncontractualagreement? COMMENTSANDEXPLANATIONSPLEASEINDICATEANYSPECIALINSTRUCTIONSBELOW: ProposalSummary(cont'd)ProposalSummarypage2of2



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APPLICATIONFORFEDERALDOMESTICASSISTANCE-ShortOrganizational *1.NAMEOFFEDERALAGENCY:NationalEndowmentfortheHumanities *2.CATALOGOFFEDERALDOMESTICASSISTANCENUMBER:45.169CFDATITLE:PromotionoftheHumanities_OfficeofDigitalHumanities *3.DATERECEIVEDBYSTATE 02/21/2014 SYSTEMUSEONLY *4.FUNDINGOPPORTUNITYNUMBER:20140219-HK*TITLE:DigitalHumanitiesImplementationGrants 5.APPLICANTINFORMATION *a.LegalName:UniversityofFloridaBoardofTrustees b.Address: *Street1:219GrinterHall Street2:POBox115500 *City:Gainesville *County:Alachua *State:FL:Florida *Zip/PostalCode:32611-5500 *Country:USA:UNITEDSTATES c.WebAddress:http:// *d.TypeofApplicant:SelectApplicantTypeCodes(s):H:Public/StateControlledInstitutionofHigherEducationTypeofApplicant:TypeofApplicant:*Other(specify): *e.Employer/TaxpayerIdentificationNumber(EIN/TIN):596002052*f.OrganizationalDUNS:969663814*g.CongressionalDistrictofApplicantFL-003 6.PROJECTINFORMATION *a.ProjectTitle:BuildingCulturesofDataManagementthroughIntegrativeApproachestoHumanitiesResearch *b.ProjectDescription:TheGeorgeA.SmathersLibraries(Libraries)attheUniversityofFlorida(UF)inpartnershipwiththeUniversityofNorthTexas(UNT)LibrariesrequestfundingforBuildingCulturesofDataManagementthroughIntegrativeApproachestoHumanitiesResearchData.Theprojectseekstodevelopcoresupportrequiredbyhumanistsforusingdata,specificallybybuildinga"datamodule"withreusabletoolstointegratehumanitiesdatawithinexistingInstitutionalRepositories(IRs)andsubjectrepositories.Toachievethisend,theprojectwill:1)createdatatools;2)testintegrationwithUNT'splatform;3)refinedabstractedtoolsforwidescalede-ployment;4)evaluateprocessandtools;and,5)disseminateprojectevaluation,documentation,andavailabilityofdatatools. c.ProposedProject: *StartDate:09/02/2014 *EndDate:08/31/2017 7.PROJECTDIRECTOR Prefix:*FirstName:MiddleName:*LastName:Suffix:MarkSullivan *Title:ITSenior *Email:MarSull@uflib.ufl.edu *TelephoneNumber:352-273-2907 FaxNumber: *Street1:GeorgeA.SmathersLibraries Street2:POBox117024 *City:Gainesville County: *State:FL:Florida *Zip/PostalCode:32611-7024 *Country:USA:UNITEDSTATES 8.PRIMARYCONTACT/GRANTSADMINISTRATOR mSameasProjectDirector(skiptoitem9): Prefix:*FirstName:MiddleName:*LastName:Suffix:MrBrianPrindle *Title:AssociateDirector *Email:ufproposals@ufl.edu *TelephoneNumber:352-392-1582 FaxNumber:352-392-4400 *Street1:219GrinterHall Street2:POBox115500 *City: County:

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Gainesville Alachua *State:FL:Florida *Zip/PostalCode:32611-5500 *Country:USA:UNITEDSTATES 9.*Bysigningthisapplication,Icertify(1)tothestatementscontainedinthelistofcertifications**and(2)thatthestatementshereinaretrue,completeandaccur-atetothebestofmyknowledge.Ialsoprovidetherequiredassurances**andagreetocomplywithanyresultingtermsifIacceptanaward.Iamawarethatanyfalse,fictitious,orfraudulentstatementsorclaimsmaysubjectmetocriminal,civil,oradministrativepenalties.(U.S.Code,Title218,Section1001)**IAgreel**Thelistofcertificationsandassurances,oraninternetsitewhereyoumayobtainthislist,iscontainedintheannouncementoragencyspecificinstructions. AUTHORIZEDREPRESENTATIVE Prefix:*FirstName:MiddleName:*LastName:Suffix:MrBrianPrindle *Title:AssociateDirector *Email:ufproposals@ufl.edu *TelephoneNumber:352-392-1582 FaxNumber:352-392-4400 *SignatureofAuthorizedRepresentative:BrianPrindle *DateSigned:2014-02-21

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Project/PerformanceSiteLocation(s) Project/PerformanceSitePrimaryLocation OrganizationName:UniversityofFloridaBoardofTrustees *Street1:219GrinterHall Street2:POBox115500 *City:Gainesville County:Alachua *State:FL:Florida Province: *Country:USA:UNITEDSTATES *Zip/PostalCode:32611-5500 DUNSNumber:969663814 *Project/PerformanceSiteCongressionalDistrict:FL-003 Project/PerformanceSiteLocation1 OrganizationName:UniversityofNorthTexas *Street1:1155UnionCircle Street2:#305250 *City:Denton County:Denton *State:TX:Texas Province: *Country:USA:UNITEDSTATES *Zip/PostalCode:76203-5017 DUNSNumber:614168995 *Project/PerformanceSiteCongressionalDistrict:TX-026 FileName MimeType AdditionalLocation(s)

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SupplementaryCoverSheetforNEHGrantPrograms 1.ProjectDirector MajorFieldofStudy Other:ComputerScience2.InstitutionInformationType 1330:University 3.ProjectFundingChallengeGrantsApplicantsOnly($) ProgramsotherthanChallengeGrants($)OutrightFunds 284,139.00FederalMatch TotalfromNEH 284,139.00CostSharing 188,775.00TotalProjectCosts 472,914.00FiscalYear#1 FiscalYear#2 FiscalYear#3 FiscalYear#4 TotalfromNEH Non-FederalMatch Total MatchingRatio to14.ApplicationInformationWillthisproposalbesubmittedtoanotherNEHdivision,governmentagency,orprivateentityforfunding?[]Yes[X]NoIfyes,pleaseexplainwhereandwhen: TypeofApplication[X]New[]SupplementIfsupplement,listcurrentgrantnumber(s). ProjectFieldCode Interdisciplinary:Other

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Building Cultures of Data Management through Integrative Approaches to Humanities Research Data University of Florida TABLE OF CONTENTS I. .. 1 II. .. . 2 1. Statement of Innovation .................. ............ 2 2. Statement of Humanities Significance ........ ............. 3 III. Narrative 1. Humanities Significance ....... ....... ........ ...................... 4 2. Technological Innovation ........ ......................... ...................... 6 3. .. .. 6 4. .. 8 5. Work Plan 9 6. 11 7. . 12 8. Final Products and Disse mination .. 13 IV. Sustainability Plan . 14 V. Data Management Plan . 16 V I Budget 1. Budget Form 1 8 2 Budget Narrative 20 3 UF s Federal Negotiated Rate Agreement 22 4 U NT s Federal Negotiated Rate Agreement 28 5 U NT s Budget C ommitment Letter 33 6 U NT s Itemized Budget . 34 VII. Rsums VI I I. Letters 1. Letters of C ommitment .. . 1 2 Let t e rs of S upport 12 IX Appendices 1. Appendix 1: Selected Bibliography . ....... .. ... 1 2. Appendix 2: Timeline ................................................. .... .. .... ... 3 3. Appendix 3: Dataset Support in SobekCM (Pilo t .. 4 4. Appendix 4: Project Programmer Position Description 10

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Participants Acord, Sophia (University of Florida) Dale Elizabeth (University of Florida) Deumens Erik (University of Florida) Dillon Elizabeth Maddock (Northeastern University) Dinsmore, Chelsea (University of Florida) Donnelly, Diana (University of Florida) Guerra Lillian (University of Florida) Halbert, Martin ( University of North Texas) Harpold Terry (University of Florida) Hswe, Patricia (Pennsylvania State University) Landers Jane (Vanderbilt University) Landor, Blake (University of Florida) Liechty, Jo ey (University of North Texas) McGuire, Carla ( University of North Texas) Mil ler, David (University of Florida) Phillips, Mark (University of North Texas) Rosenberg Leah (University of Florida) Santamara Wheeler Lou r des (University of Florida) Shorey, Christy (University of Florida) Steuber Jason (University of Florida) Sullivan, Mark (University of Florida) Taylor, Laurie (University of Florida) Torgot Andrew (University of North Texas) Whitson, Roger (Washington State University) Willumson Glenn (University of Florida) Yellpantula, Suchi tra (University of Florida)

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Building Cultures of Data Management through Integrative Approaches to Humanities Research Data University of Florida 14 Sustainability Plan The proposed project represents the next phase of a multi stage process in the socio technical (people, policies, technologies) endeavors to deploy data tools as part of the work to build shared cultures of data management within the humanities. The project work activities will be primarily based at the Libraries which has served as one of the co conveners of the campus wide Digital Humani ties Working Group and which has committed to supporting the IR and digital libraries hosted at UF. Digital libraries hosted by UF include library created collections, many scholarly curated collections, and inter institutional partnership, including the D igital Library of the Caribbean (dLOC, www.dloc.com ). The Libraries are the lead contributor to the SobekCM open source repository system which powers all repositories hosted at UF. Because of the robust, extensible, a n d interoperable infrastructure available through SobekCM, the Libraries have been developing support for data locally at UF In addition to the support at the UF Libraries, this project will develop a data module for use in other systems and configura tions, with the data module also to be implemented by UNT. Our project sustainability plan recognizes the institutional need for integrated support in managing, hosting, and preserving datasets and databases, and the require d technological support of th e data module to meet local needs. The larger socio technical project goals for building a culture of data management requires that the data module meets the immediate needs of scholars and libraries more generally for larger scale adoption. The products o f this proposal will be made freely and publicly available. Additionally, the project team will create tutorials and support materials specifically to encourage others to use and build upon our work. The project work plan focuses on engagement with the sc holarly advisors to ensure the data module supports their needs and integrates with their practices for capturing, manipulating, and preserving datasets and databases. In addition to initiate wider scale adoption through integration with scholarly practi ces and suppor t at other institutions, the Libraries are seeking to further foster ongoing sustainability in collaboration with g. Representatives from the Libraries are leaders of the UF campus wide Data Management/Curation Task For ce and are actively collaborating with UF Research Computing faculty on integration processes to address computational and training needs. The data module as scoped for this project development directly supports identified needs for the humanities as deter mined through the A possible next phase of this project in collaboration with Research Computing could further refine and extend the data module su pport for integrated support in other areas. Building cultures for practicing data mana gement in the humanities requires increasing awareness and connecting cultures to reach a critical mass while providing ongoing sustainability to actively pursue collaboration across and among different groups. The team will provide both conceptual models and functional tools for practical use. As shown in the work plan, we h ave allotted significant time for documentation and producing online tutorials to make the component tools easy to use. The components will be built in commonly used web standar d languages (JavaScript, CSS, and HTML) with minimal dependencies to make them quickly adoptable and

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Building Cultures of Data Management through Integrative Approaches to Humanities Research Data University of Florida 15 adapt able for existing repositories running on different technologies The underlying data model and the web application will su pport linked data with JSO N LD and allow querying through the standard SPARQL interface.

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Building Cultures of Data Management through Integrative Approaches to Humanities Research Data University of Florida 16 Data Management Plan is designed to leverage existing Institutional Repository (IR) and Digital Library infrastructures for the preservation of data materials (image, text, video, audio, etc.) to develop an integrated module for quantitative and machine actionable style datasets and databases. The project utilizes the repository infrastructures at each partner institution to implementing the integrated data module. For this proje ct, the Libraries commit to preserving and providing access to the software, documentation, and other project data in the UF Digital Collections (UFDC), powered by the SobekCM Open Source Software In addition, a complete project history and code will be made available in both GitHub (for daily builds) and SourceForge for the final release from the UF and UNT Libraries T he Libraries commit to archiving and making materials a ccessible on an ongoing basis and at project end This standard practice with in the Libraries demonstrates commitment to open and speedy dissemination of grant products and grant materials (e.g., "Unearthing St. Augustine" grant materials: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00004298 ) to support future research needs and build a university wide culture of grantsmanship. UF dedicate s significant staff time to digital preservation and access from the Digital Library Center staff, IR@UF Manager, Digital Development & Web Services Team, Digital Librarian, and others. Expected Data The project will generate a variety of data materials. The majority of the data will be software code and documentation. Additional data include: whitepaper, planning materials, reports, tutorial videos, training materials, meeting notes, and research databases and quantitative datasets that accompany research materials in other formats (digital files for newspapers, images, audio, video, archival correspondence, books, etc.) by combining the full research materials and machine actionable datasets to implement the data module using an iterative implementation and refinement process. During implementation and iterative software refinement processes throughout the grant period the project team will use GitHub for sharing code and documentation. The data will also be openly available for anyone from GitHub. For more permanent and findable support, all grant data materials will be made openly accessib le and preserved in the UF Digital Collections. Period of Data Retention The goal of this project is to create an Open Source, useable, and useful module that interoperates with existing IRs and digital libraries for integrated research data support. As such, the project team must share the results for its success The investigators commit to providing openly shared data in a timely manner. The project is a partnership among public university libraries that are all committed to Open Access. The propo sed research does not involve any private or otherwise restricted data, and does not involve any data that would present risk with disclosure. The team d o es not anticipate any privacy issues, ethical issues, or intellectual property issues. Data Formats and Dissemination

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Building Cultures of Data Management through Integrative Approaches to Humanities Research Data University of Florida 17 Software source code and associated documentation will be stored in plain ASCII files and may be packaged using standard Open Source tools (e.g., tar, gzip). A version control system (i.e., cvs, git, or subversion) will be used to suppo rt collaboration, version control and recovery of previous versions with project partners planning to use GitHub. Documentation will be embedded in source code, in separate ASCII files (e.g., plain ASCII, Asciidoc, HTML, XML) and/or in formatted files (e. g., PDF, DOCX, PPTX). Training and support materials will be stored in standard formats (e.g, HTML, PDF, AVI, PPTX, etc.). Researcher datasets and accompanying files will be made available in their original and normalized formats (brief list of selected recommended formats: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00017119/00011 ). All materials will be available in the IR@UF powered by the SobekCM software with metadata for all materials (at the item, group, and aggregation levels), permanent identifiers and URLs, multiple file formats a nd digital object packages ( preservation and access copies), and more. All materials for this project will be openly accessible and will be made available as soon as possible, with the supporting metada ta for findability and usability. In most cases, the latest project deliverables will be made available immediately and additionally in regular releases every month. Data Storage and Preservation of Access The Libraries are currently committed to long term digital preservation of all materials in the UF Digital Collections (UFDC), including the IR@UF, and in UF supported collaborative projects as with the Digital Library of the Caribbean (dLOC). Redundant digital archives, adherence to proven standards, and rigorous quality control methods protect digital objects. Through UFDC, the L ibraries provide a comprehensive approach to digital preservati on, including technical support, reference services for both online and offline archived files, and support services by providing training and consultation for digitization standards for long term digital preservation. The Libraries support locally create d digital resources as powered by and hosted with the SobekCM Open Source Repository Software including the UFDC which contains over 381,000 digital objects with over 30 mil lion files (as of February 2014). The Libraries create METS/MODS metadata for all materials. Citation information for each digital object is also automatically transformed by the SobekCM software into MARCXML and Dublin Core. These records are widely distributed through library networks and through search engine optimization to ensure broad public access to all online materials. In practice consistent for all digital projects and materials supported by the UF Libraries, redundant copies are maintained for all online and offline files. The digital archive is maintained as the Florida Digital Archive (FDA) which was completed in 2005 and is available at no cost to Flori university libraries. The software programmed to support the FDA is modeled on the widely accepted Open Archival Information System. It is a dark archive and supports the preservation functions of format normalization, mass format migration and migration on request. As items are processed into the UFDC for public access, a command in the METS header directs a copy of the files to the FDA. The process of forwarding original files d protect electronic data for the long term. If items are not directed to load for public access, they do not load online and are instead loaded directly to the FDA. For more, s ee: http://ufdc.ufl.ed u/sobekcm/preservation

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click for Budget Instructions x-none Computational Details/Notes x-none (notes)x-none Year 1x-none (notes)x-none Year 2x-none (notes)x-none Year 3x-none Project Total x-none 09/01/2014__08/31/2015__ x-none 09/01/2015__08/31/2016__ x-none 09/01/2016__08/31/2017__ x-none 1. Salaries & Wages x-none TBD; IT Expert 2x-none $55,443/yrx-none 75%x-none $41,582x-none 100%x-none $55,443x-none %x-none $97,025 x-none Acord, Sophia; Project Evaluator x-none Only Summer Semesterx-none 100%x-none $5,000x-none 100%x-none $5,000x-none 100%x-none $5,000x-none $15,000 x-none Donnelly, Diana; Instructional Video Developer x-none $15/hr X 318 hoursx-none 100%x-none $4,770x-none 100%x-none $4,770x-none %x-none $9,540 x-none %x-none %x-none %x-none $0 x-none %x-none %x-none %x-none $0 x-none %x-none %x-none %x-none $0 x-none 2. Fringe Benefits x-none 33.3%x-none $13,847x-none $18,462x-none $32,309 x-none 4.6%x-none $449x-none $450x-none $230x-none $1,129 x-none 3. Consultant Fees x-none CAPES-Survey workx-none $1,000x-none $2,000x-none $3,000 x-none 4. Travel x-none $0 x-none $0 x-none 5. Supplies & Materials x-none $0 x-none University of Florida x-none 09/01/2014 through 08/31/2017 x-none Mark Sullivan x-none Budget Form x-none OMB No 3136-0134 Expires 7/31/2015 x-none Applicant Institution: x-none Project Director: x-none Project Grant Period:

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x-none 6. Services x-none UNT Sub-Contract x-none 7. Other Costs x-none $0 x-none 8. Total Direct Costsx-none Per Yearx-none $90,818x-none $128,378x-none $12,787x-none $231,983 x-none 9. Total Indirect Costs x-none 28.5% rate; $90,818-YR1 Base; $128,378-YR2 Base; $12,787YR3 Base; Dept of Health & Human Services; 07/01/12 x-none Per Yearx-none $25,883x-none $24,212x-none $2,061x-none $52,156 x-none 10. Total Project Costsx-none $284,139 x-none 11. Project Fundingx-none a. Requested from NEHx-none $284,139 x-none $0 x-none $284,139 x-none b. Cost Sharingx-none $188,775 x-none $0 x-none $0 x-none $0 x-none $188,775 x-none 12. Total Project Fundingx-none $472,914 x-none Third-Party Contributions: x-none (Direct and Indirect costs for entire project) x-none Project Income: x-none Applicant's Contributions: x-none Outright: x-none Federal Matching Funds: x-none TOTAL REQUESTED FROM NEH: x-none Other Federal Agencies: x-none TOTAL COST SHARING:

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Budget Narrative Salary & Wages plus Fringe (UF) NEH Request ($155,003) The project team plans to hire a temporary Software Developer/IT Expert (.75 FTE year 1 and 1 FTE year 2 totals $129,334) to develop the tools and documentation that will be released with this project. Temporary Instructional Video Developer, Diana Donnelly ($15/hour X 636 hours in year 1 and 2 totals $9,978), will create instructional data management and tutorial videos. Additionally, an external evaluator, Sophia Acord, Ph.D. ($5,230 X 3 years summer salary totals $15,690) will use qualitative methods for interviewing, coding and analyzing data related to experiences of project team members and advisors. Salary & Wages plus Fringe (U NT) NEH Request ($7) UNT plans to contribute to the creation of the system and to test the integration of the system within their repository architecture. Librarian Mark Phillips (.03 FTE year 1 and 2 totals ) will provide the overall direction and management of the UNT portion of the project as well as participating in research and documentation activities. Programmer Joey Liechty (.5 FTE year 1 and 2 totals $) will partner with the UF development team in coordination with Phillips to develop and implement specifications created by the project in the local UNT Digital Library repository. He will participate in project meetings and contribute to project documentation and reporting. Salary & Wages plus Fringe (UF) Cost Share ($188,775) Cost share will be provided by Smathers Libraries key participants as follows : Senior IT and Head of Digital Development and Web Unit, Mark Sullivan (PI) (.20 FTE for three years totals $57,672) will oversee the project, manage the temporary developer, and continue the development of the tools after the grant period; Digital Humanities Librarian, Laurie Taylor (Co-PI) (.20 FTE for three years totals $50,976) will facilitate scholarly advisory board activities and meetings, liaise with technical team and scholars, provide feedback from other scholars with materials and collections intended for dLOC, and liaise with UF and UNT Research Computing groups for future expansions and shared scholarly cyberinfrastructure ; International Documents Librarian, Chelsea Dinsmore (.05 FTE for three years totals $12,861) will facilitate outreach and training and liaise with scholars; Classics, Philosophy and Religion Librarian, Blake Landor (.05 FTE for three years totals $15,405) will additionally facilitate outreach and training and liaise with scholars in fields of his specialization; Exhibit Designer, Lourdes Santamaria Wheeler (.05 FTE for three years totals $9,267) will liaise with museums and outreach to humanities scholars ; Manager of UF Institutional Repository and Theses & Dissertations Program, Christy Shorey (.05 FTE for three years totals $8,172) will assist with promotion and training of users of the developed system; Software Developer, Suchitra Yellapantula (.15 FTE for three years totals $34,422) will assist with development of the tool and provide ongoing support. Consultant Fees (UF) NEH Request ($3,000) Additional external evaluation services will be provided by the Collaborative Assessment and Program Evaluation Services (CAPES) will administer pre and post surveys during year 1 and 3 ($3,000) to Indirect Costs (UF) NEH Request ($52,156) NEH funding is requested for IDC rate of 28.5% for UF as follows: $52,156 ($90,818 in base direct costs in year 1, totals $25,883; $128,378 base direct costs in year 2 totals $24,212; and $12,787 base direct costs in year 3 totals costs.

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Indirect Costs (UNT) NEH Request () NEH funding is requested for IDC rate for UNT of 49% as follows: $ ($ in base direct costs in year 1, totals $ in base direct costs in year 2 totaling $; and in base direct costs in year 3, totals ).

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x-none File Number:x-none 0x-none 9.5x-none 0x-none Year 2 x-none Project Title: x-none Phone Number:x-none -2415x-none E-mail: x-none 2/12/2014x-none 9/1/2007 Personnel x-none Last Namex-none First Namex-none EMPL ID# x-none Employee Type x-none Responsibility x-none Monthly Rate x-none Percent Effort (%) x-none Project Salary x-none Liechtyx-none Joeyx-none 10237710x-none Staffx-none Programmerx-none 50x-none 9x-none 1 x-none Phillipsx-none Markx-none 1008791x-none Facultyx-none PIx-none 3x-none 9x-none 3 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0 Fringe Benefits for Personnel x-none Last Namex-none First Namex-none EMPL ID#x-none Retirementx-none Insurance Typex-none Other Support x-none Hire Datex-none Fringe Rate x-none Fringe Benefit Totals x-none Liechtyx-none Joeyx-none 10237710x-none TRSx-none Employeex-none Yesx-none 10/1/2012x-none 15.45 x-none Phillipsx-none Markx-none 1008791x-none TRSx-none Spousex-none Yesx-none 9/1/2004x-none 15.45 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none TRSx-none Employeex-none Yesx-none 9/1/2007x-none 15.45x-none $0 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none TRSx-none Employeex-none Yesx-none 9/1/2007x-none 15.45x-none $0 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none TRSx-none Employeex-none Yesx-none 9/1/2007x-none 15.45x-none $0 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none TRSx-none Employeex-none Yesx-none 9/1/2007x-none 15.45x-none $0 Students x-none Last Namex-none First Namex-none EMPL ID# x-none Student Type x-none Responsibility x-none Monthly Rate x-none Percent Effort (%) x-none Project Salary x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none Graduatex-none 0x-none $0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none Graduatex-none 0x-none $0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none $0 Fringe Benefits for Students x-none Last Namex-none First Namex-none EMPL ID# x-none Student Type x-none Insurance Typex-none Other Support x-none Hire Datex-none Fringe Rate x-none Fringe Benefit Totals x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none Graduatex-none Employeex-none Nox-none 9/1/2007x-none 8.65x-none $0 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none Graduatex-none Employeex-none Nox-none 9/1/2007x-none 8.65x-none $0 x-none $0 x-none $0 Travel x-none Componentx-none Locationx-none Datex-none Destinationx-none Cost x-none $0 x-none $0 Capital Expenditures/Equipment x-none Amountx-none Quantityx-none Cost x-none $0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none $0 Supplies x-none Amountx-none Quantityx-none Cost x-none $0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none $0 x-none Pricex-none Quantityx-none Cost x-none $0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none $0 Sub-Contracts x-none Amount x-none $0 x-none $0 Participant Support Costs x-none Amountx-none Quantityx-none Cost x-none $0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none Sum of Participant Support Costsx-none $0 Other-Graduate Student Tuition x-none Calculate Grad Tuition in this Budget Category. IDC is not assessed on tuition. x-none Amountx-none Quantityx-none Cost x-none $0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none Sum of Other-Graduate Student Tuition x-none $0 Other-All Other Costs except Graduate Tuition x-none Pricex-none Quantityx-none Cost x-none $0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none Sum of Otherx-none $0 Indirect Costs x-none IDC rate x-none 48 x-none Total Direct Costs x-none Description x-none Item x-none Item x-none Description x-none 0 x-none 0 x-none Sum of Sub-Contracts x-none Sum of Students and Fringe Benefits x-none Sum of Personnel and Students x-none Description x-none Sum of Travel x-none IDC Amount x-none Total Amount Requested for Year 2 Budget x-none Research x-none 0 x-none IDC Type x-none Documentation Location x-none Item x-none Description x-none Modified Total Direct Costs x-none Sum of Publication/Printing Charges x-none Sum of Equipment x-none Description x-none Item x-none Item x-none 2001 2013 by University of North Texas, Office of Research Services x-none Project Budget x-none This Budget was drafted on: x-none Number of Months (Academic) x-none Sum of Students x-none Sum of Fringe Benefits for Students x-none This Budget is prepared for: x-none NEH Digital Humanities Implementation Grant with University of Florida x-none Budget Prepared by: x-none Mark Phillips x-none mark.phillips@unt.edu x-none BB version: x-none Sum of Personnel x-none Sum of Fringe Benefits for Personnel x-none Number of Months (Academic) x-none Sum of Personnel and Fringe Benefits x-none Number of Months (Summer) x-none Number of Months (Summer) x-none Sum of Salary x-none Sum of Fringe Benefits x-none These items individually are OVER $5,000. x-none UNT employees can not be recipients of UNT sub-contracts and must be paid in personnel category. x-none Sum of Supplies x-none Description x-none For the typical activities included in this category, hold mouse over the cell to the left. Publication Charges x-none Item x-none Description x-none Item x-none Description x-none These items individually are UNDER $5,000.

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x-none File Number:x-none 0x-none 9.5x-none 0x-none Year 3 x-none Project Title: x-none Phone Number:x-none -2415x-none E-mail: x-none 2/12/2014x-none 9/1/2007 Personnel x-none Last Namex-none First Namex-none EMPL ID# x-none Employee Type x-none Responsibility x-none Monthly Rate x-none Percent Effort (%) x-none Project Salary x-none Liechtyx-none Joeyx-none 10237710x-none Staffx-none Programmerx-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none Phillipsx-none Markx-none 1008791x-none Facultyx-none PIx-none 3x-none 9x-none 3 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0 Fringe Benefits for Personnel x-none Last Namex-none First Namex-none EMPL ID#x-none Retirementx-none Insurance Typex-none Other Support x-none Hire Datex-none Fringe Rate x-none Fringe Benefit Totals x-none Liechtyx-none Joeyx-none 10237710x-none TRSx-none Employeex-none Yesx-none 10/1/2012x-none 15.45x-none $0 x-none Phillipsx-none Markx-none 1008791x-none TRSx-none Spousex-none Yesx-none 9/1/2004x-none 15.45 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none TRSx-none Employeex-none Yesx-none 9/1/2007x-none 15.45x-none $0 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none TRSx-none Employeex-none Yesx-none 9/1/2007x-none 15.45x-none $0 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none TRSx-none Employeex-none Yesx-none 9/1/2007x-none 15.45x-none $0 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none TRSx-none Employeex-none Yesx-none 9/1/2007x-none 15.45x-none $0 Students x-none Last Namex-none First Namex-none EMPL ID# x-none Student Type x-none Responsibility x-none Monthly Rate x-none Percent Effort (%) x-none Project Salary x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none Graduatex-none 0x-none $0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none Graduatex-none 0x-none $0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none $0 Fringe Benefits for Students x-none Last Namex-none First Namex-none EMPL ID# x-none Student Type x-none Insurance Typex-none Other Support x-none Hire Datex-none Fringe Rate x-none Fringe Benefit Totals x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none Graduatex-none Employeex-none Nox-none 9/1/2007x-none 8.65x-none $0 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none Graduatex-none Employeex-none Nox-none 9/1/2007x-none 8.65x-none $0 x-none $0 x-none $0 Travel x-none Componentx-none Locationx-none Datex-none Destinationx-none Cost x-none $0 x-none $0 Capital Expenditures/Equipment x-none Amountx-none Quantityx-none Cost x-none $0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none $0 Supplies x-none Amountx-none Quantityx-none Cost x-none $0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none $0 x-none Pricex-none Quantityx-none Cost x-none $0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none $0 Sub-Contracts x-none Amount x-none $0 x-none $0 Participant Support Costs x-none Amountx-none Quantityx-none Cost x-none $0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none Sum of Participant Support Costsx-none $0 Other-Graduate Student Tuition x-none Calculate Grad Tuition in this Budget Category. IDC is not assessed on tuition. x-none Amountx-none Quantityx-none Cost x-none $0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none Sum of Other-Graduate Student Tuition x-none $0 Other-All Other Costs except Graduate Tuition x-none Pricex-none Quantityx-none Cost x-none $0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none Sum of Otherx-none $0 Indirect Costs x-none IDC rate x-none 48 x-none Total Direct Costs x-none Total Amount Requested for Year 3 Budget x-none Research Publication Charges x-none For the typical activities included in this category, hold mouse over the cell to the left. x-none Item x-none IDC Type x-none IDC Amount x-none Description x-none Number of Months (Summer) x-none Documentation Location x-none Sum of Personnel and Fringe Benefits x-none Sum of Publication/Printing Charges x-none Sum of Sub-Contracts x-none Description x-none NEH Digital Humanities Implementation Grant with University of Florida x-none Budget Prepared by: x-none Mark Phillips x-none mark.phillips@unt.edu x-none Project Budget x-none Number of Months (Summer) x-none 0 x-none Item x-none Description x-none UNT employees can not be recipients of UNT sub-contracts and must be paid in personnel category. x-none Description x-none Item x-none This Budget was drafted on: x-none These items individually are OVER $5,000.Please obtain a vendor quote x-none Description x-none Sum of Fringe Benefits for Students x-none Sum of Students and Fringe Benefits x-none This Budget is prepared for: x-none Sum of Travel x-none Description x-none Number of Months (Academic) x-none Sum of Personnel and Students x-none Item x-none Modified Total Direct Costs x-none 0 x-none Item x-none Description x-none Item x-none Sum of Students x-none Sum of Salary x-none Sum of Fringe Benefits x-none 2001 2013 by University of North Texas, Office of Research Services x-none These items individually are UNDER $5,000. x-none 0 x-none BB version: x-none Item x-none Description x-none Sum of Personnel x-none Sum of Fringe Benefits for Personnel x-none Number of Months (Academic) x-none Sum of Supplies x-none Sum of Equipment

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x-none File Number:x-none 0x-none 9.5x-none 0x-none Year 4 x-none Project Title: x-none Phone Number:x-none -2415x-none E-mail: x-none 2/12/2014x-none 9/1/2007 Personnel x-none Last Namex-none First Namex-none EMPL ID# x-none Employee Type x-none Responsibility x-none Monthly Rate x-none Percent Effort (%) x-none Project Salary x-none Liechtyx-none Joeyx-none 10237710x-none Staffx-none Programmerx-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none Phillipsx-none Markx-none 1008791x-none Facultyx-none PIx-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none $0 Fringe Benefits for Personnel x-none Last Namex-none First Namex-none EMPL ID#x-none Retirementx-none Insurance Typex-none Other Support x-none Hire Datex-none Fringe Rate x-none Fringe Benefit Totals x-none Liechtyx-none Joeyx-none 10237710x-none TRSx-none Employeex-none Yesx-none 10/1/2012x-none 15.45x-none $0 x-none Phillipsx-none Markx-none 1008791x-none TRSx-none Spousex-none Yesx-none 9/1/2004x-none 15.45x-none $0 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none TRSx-none Employeex-none Yesx-none 9/1/2007x-none 15.45x-none $0 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none TRSx-none Employeex-none Yesx-none 9/1/2007x-none 15.45x-none $0 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none TRSx-none Employeex-none Yesx-none 9/1/2007x-none 15.45x-none $0 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none TRSx-none Employeex-none Yesx-none 9/1/2007x-none 15.45x-none $0 x-none $0 x-none $0 Students x-none Last Namex-none First Namex-none EMPL ID# x-none Student Type x-none Responsibility x-none Monthly Rate x-none Percent Effort (%) x-none Project Salary x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none Graduatex-none 0x-none $0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none Graduatex-none 0x-none $0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none $0 Fringe Benefits for Students x-none Last Namex-none First Namex-none EMPL ID# x-none Student Type x-none Insurance Typex-none Other Support x-none Hire Datex-none Fringe Rate x-none Fringe Benefit Totals x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none Graduatex-none Employeex-none Nox-none 9/1/2007x-none 8.65x-none $0 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none Graduatex-none Employeex-none Nox-none 9/1/2007x-none 8.65x-none $0 x-none $0 x-none $0 x-none $0 x-none $0 x-none $0 Travel x-none Componentx-none Locationx-none Datex-none Destinationx-none Cost x-none $0 x-none $0 Capital Expenditures/Equipment x-none Amountx-none Quantityx-none Cost x-none $0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none $0 Supplies x-none Amountx-none Quantityx-none Cost x-none $0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none $0 x-none Pricex-none Quantityx-none Cost x-none $0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none $0 Sub-Contracts x-none Amount x-none $0 x-none $0 Participant Support Costs x-none Amountx-none Quantityx-none Cost x-none $0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none Sum of Participants Support Costsx-none $0 Other-Graduate Student Tuition x-none Calculate Grad Tuition in this Budget Category. IDC is not assessed on tuition. x-none Amountx-none Quantityx-none Cost x-none $0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none Sum of Other-Graduate Student Tuition x-none $0 Other-All Other Costs except Graduate Tuition x-none Pricex-none Quantityx-none Cost x-none $0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none Sum of Otherx-none $0 Indirect Costs x-none IDC ratex-none $0 x-none 48x-none $0 x-none Total Direct Costsx-none $0 x-none $0 x-none mark.phillips@unt.edu x-none Project Budget x-none This Budget was drafted on: x-none Number of Months (Academic) x-none Description x-none These items individually are UNDER $5,000. x-none Description Publication Charges x-none Budget Prepared by: x-none Mark Phillips x-none For the typical activities included in this category, hold mouse over the cell to the left. x-none Item x-none Item x-none Item x-none Item x-none IDC Amount x-none Description x-none Documentation Location x-none Modified Total Direct Costs x-none Sum of Sub-Contracts x-none NEH Digital Humanities Implementation Grant with University of Florida x-none 0 x-none Description x-none UNT employees can not be recipients of UNT sub-contracts and must be paid in personnel category. x-none Description x-none Item x-none This Budget is prepared for: x-none Sum of Travel x-none Sum of Supplies x-none Number of Months (Academic) x-none BB version: x-none Sum of Salary x-none Sum of Personnel and Students x-none Sum of Equipment x-none These items individually are OVER $5,000. x-none 0 x-none Sum of Fringe Benefits for Students x-none Sum of Fringe Benefits x-none Description x-none Item x-none Sum of Publication/Printing Charges x-none Item x-none Description x-none 2001 2013 by University of North Texas, Office of Research Services x-none IDC Type x-none Description x-none Total Amount Requested for Year 4 Budget x-none Research x-none 0 x-none Sum of Personnel x-none Sum of Fringe Benefits for Personnel x-none Number of Months (Summer) x-none Sum of Personnel and Fringe Benefits x-none Sum of Students and Fringe Benefits x-none Sum of Students x-none Number of Months (Summer)

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x-none File Number:x-none 0x-none 9.5x-none 0x-none Year 5 x-none Project Title: x-none Phone Number:x-none -2415x-none E-mail: x-none 2/12/2014x-none 9/1/2007 Personnel x-none Last Namex-none First Namex-none EMPL ID# x-none Employee Type x-none Responsibility x-none Monthly Rate x-none Percent Effort (%) x-none Project Salary x-none Liechtyx-none Joeyx-none 10237710x-none Staffx-none Programmerx-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none Phillipsx-none Markx-none 1008791x-none Facultyx-none PIx-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none $0 Fringe Benefits for Personnel x-none Last Namex-none First Namex-none EMPL ID#x-none Retirementx-none Insurance Typex-none Other Support x-none Hire Datex-none Fringe Rate x-none Fringe Benefit Totals x-none Liechtyx-none Joeyx-none 10237710x-none TRSx-none Employeex-none Yesx-none 10/1/2012x-none 15.45x-none $0 x-none Phillipsx-none Markx-none 1008791x-none TRSx-none Spousex-none Yesx-none 9/1/2004x-none 15.45x-none $0 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none TRSx-none Employeex-none Yesx-none 9/1/2007x-none 15.45x-none $0 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none TRSx-none Employeex-none Yesx-none 9/1/2007x-none 15.45x-none $0 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none TRSx-none Employeex-none Yesx-none 9/1/2007x-none 15.45x-none $0 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none TRSx-none Employeex-none Yesx-none 9/1/2007x-none 15.45x-none $0 x-none $0 x-none $0 Students x-none Last Namex-none First Namex-none EMPL ID# x-none Student Type x-none Responsibility x-none Monthly Rate x-none Percent Effort (%) x-none Project Salary x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none Graduatex-none 0x-none $0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none Graduatex-none 0x-none $0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none $0 Fringe Benefits for Students x-none Last Namex-none First Namex-none EMPL ID# x-none Student Type x-none Insurance Typex-none Other Support x-none Hire Datex-none Fringe Rate x-none Fringe Benefit Totals x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none Graduatex-none Employeex-none Nox-none 9/1/2007x-none 8.65x-none $0 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none Graduatex-none Employeex-none Nox-none 9/1/2007x-none 8.65x-none $0 x-none $0 x-none $0 x-none $0 x-none $0 x-none $0 Travel x-none Componentx-none Locationx-none Datex-none Destinationx-none Cost x-none $0 x-none $0 Capital Expenditures/Equipment x-none Amountx-none Quantityx-none Cost x-none $0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none $0 Supplies x-none Amountx-none Quantityx-none Cost x-none $0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none $0 x-none Pricex-none Quantityx-none Cost x-none $0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none $0 Sub-Contracts x-none Amount x-none $0 x-none $0 Participant Support Costs x-none Amountx-none Quantityx-none Cost x-none $0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none Sum of Participant Support Costsx-none $0 Other-Graduate Student Tuition x-none Calculate Grad Tuition in this Budget Category. IDC is not assessed on tuition. x-none Amountx-none Quantityx-none Cost x-none $0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none Sum of Other-Graduate Student Tuition x-none $0 Other-All Other Costs except Graduate Tuition x-none Pricex-none Quantityx-none Cost x-none $0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none Sum of Otherx-none $0 Indirect Costs x-none IDC ratex-none $0 x-none 48x-none $0 x-none Total Direct Costsx-none $0 x-none $0 Publication Charges x-none This Budget was drafted on: x-none Project Budget x-none This Budget is prepared for: x-none NEH Digital Humanities Implementation Grant with University of Florida x-none Budget Prepared by: x-none Mark Phillips x-none mark.phillips@unt.edu x-none BB version: x-none Number of Months (Academic) x-none 0 x-none Sum of Students and Fringe Benefits x-none Sum of Personnel and Students x-none Sum of Salary x-none Sum of Fringe Benefits x-none Description x-none UNT employees can not be recipients of UNT sub-contracts and must be paid in personnel category. x-none 0 x-none IDC Amount x-none IDC Type x-none Modified Total Direct Costs x-none Description x-none Item x-none Item x-none Sum of Publication/Printing Charges x-none 0 x-none For the typical activities included in this category, hold mouse over the cell to the left. x-none Sum of Supplies x-none Item x-none Sum of Sub-Contracts x-none Item x-none Description x-none Item x-none Description x-none 2001 2013 by University of North Texas, Office of Research Services x-none Description x-none Documentation Location x-none Total Amount Requested for Year 5 Budget x-none Research x-none Description x-none Sum of Personnel x-none Sum of Fringe Benefits for Personnel x-none Number of Months (Academic) x-none Sum of Personnel and Fringe Benefits x-none Number of Months (Summer) x-none Number of Months (Summer) x-none Item x-none Sum of Equipment x-none Sum of Students x-none Sum of Fringe Benefits for Students x-none These items individually are UNDER $5,000. x-none These items individually are OVER $5,000. x-none Sum of Travel x-none Item x-none Description x-none Description

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MARK V. SULLIVAN Head of Digital Development & Web Services George A. Smathers Libraries, University of Florida ADDRESS: George A. Smathers Libraries TEL: 352.273.2907 P.O. Box 117000 EMAIL: marsull@uflib.ufl.edu University of Florida Gainesville, FL 32611-7000 EDUCATION: BS 2011 University of Florida, Computer Information Science Engineering RECENT POSITIONS HELD 2011 Head of Digital Development & Web Services, Information Technology, George A. Smathers Libraries, University of Florida 2005 2011 Information Technology Expert, Information Technology & Digital Library Center, George A. Smathers Libraries, University of Florida 2004 2005 Developer, Ephemeral Cities Project, Digital Library Center, George A. Smathers Libraries, University of Florida PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS Application Engineer and Digital Curation Director, Digital Library of the Caribbean Co -Director, Information Technology SIG, Association of Caribbean University, Research, and Institutional Libraries (ACURIL) Member, Association for Computing Machinery Member, American Library Association and Library and Information Technology Association RECENT AWARDS, FELLOWSHIPS, AND GRANTS Pioneer Days in Florida (National Historic Publications and Records Commissions; 2013) Archive of Haitian Religion and Culture (National Endowment for the Humanities; 2012) Unearthing St. Augustine (National Endowment for the Humanities; 2012) Association of Research Libraries (ARL) Position Description Bank (ARL; 2012) Caribbean Newspaper Digital Library (Department of Education; 2009-2014) America's Swamp: the Historical Everglades (NHPRC; 2009-2011) Digital Library of the Caribbean (Department of Education; 2005-2008) Ephemeral Cities (Institute of Museum & Library Services (2004-2005) PUBLICATIONS Selected Refereed Publications -authored with Brooke Wooldridge, Lourdes Santamaria-Wheeler, Mark V. Sullivan, Benjamin Hebblethwaite, and Megan Raitano. Library Publishing Toolkit. Geneseo, NY: Milne Library, SUNY Geneseo, Monroe County. 2013: < http://dloc.com/AA00016370 >. "Florida Digital Newspaper Library: Library and Publisher Partnerships for Access and Preservation," co-authored with Lois J. Widmer and Mark V. Sullivan. Florida Libraries (Fall 2012: 55/2), 15-17: < http://www.flalib.org/fl_lib_journal/Fall2012.pdf >. Access to Agricultural Publications Using Digital Repositories and the

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Semantic Web, co -authored with Val Davis, Stephen Williams, Dina Benson, Sara Russell Gonzalez, and Mark Sullivan. Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Digital Libraries 2010. < http://ufdc.ufl.edu/IR00000077/00001 >. "Developing an Open Access, Multi-Institutional, International Digital Library," co authored with Brooke Woold ri dge and Mark Sullivan. Resource Sharing & Information Networks, 2009. < http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00004150/00001 >. -centric model for technology development in -authored with Marilyn Ochoa. OCLC Systems & Services: International Digital Library Perspectives (2009: 25, 4), 249-262. SELECTED PRESENTATIONS SobekCM Training Series for Scholars, Curators, Collection Managers: Trainings 1with John Nemmers and Laurie N. Taylor. Webinars and UF Libraries (2013) osition paper and presentation with E. Deumens, R. Schipper, C. Botero, R. Garcia-Milian, H. Norton, M. Tennant, S. Acord, and C. Barnes. : July 18-20, 2011. Digital Library of the Caribbean Application Trainings: University of the Virgin Islands (2014) National Library of Jamaica (Kingston, Jamaica) 2007, 2009, 2011 U.S. Embassy (Portau -Prince, Haiti) July 2009 College of the Bahamas (Nassau, Bahamas) 2009 National Archives of Haiti (Portau -Prince, Haiti) 2006, 2007, 2008, 2010, 2012 CARICOM Secretariat (Georgetown, Guyana) 2006, 2008 FUNGLODE (Santa Domingo, DR) 2006, 2008 Universidad de Oriente (Venezuela) 2008 Systems (GIS) Day at Florida International University, Miami, Florida, March 2013. the Society of Florida Archivists, Sarasota, Florida, May 2011. Annual Conference of Caribbean University, Research, and Institutional Libraries (ACURIL), Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, June 2010. "Meta University, Research, and Institutional Libraries [ACURIL], Montego Bay, Jamaica, June 2008.

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LAURIE N. TAYLOR Digital Humanities Librarian, Scholarly Resources & Research Services George A. Smathers Libraries, University of Florida ADDRESS: George A. Smathers Libraries TEL: 352.273.2902 P.O. Box 117000 EMAIL: Laurien@ufl.edu University of Florida Gainesville, FL 32611-7000 EDUCATION: Ph.D. 2006 University of Florida, English/Digital Humanities RECENT POSITIONS HELD 2011 Digital Humanities Librarian, Scholarly Resources & Research Services (Digital Library Center, 2011-2012), George A. Smathers Libraries, University of Florida 2008 2011 Interim Director, Digital Library Center, George A. Smathers Libraries, University of Florida 2007 2008 Digital Projects Librarian, Digital Library Center, George A. Smathers Libraries, University of Florida PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS Technical Director, Digital Library of the Caribbean & Caribbean Newspaper Digital Library Technical Director, Florida Digital Newspaper Library Contributing Editor, Archive Journal ( http://archivejournal.net/ ) Member, Modern Language Association Executive Board Member, Global Outlooks :: Digital Humanities (GO::DH) RECENT AWARDS, FELLOWSHIPS, AND GRANTS Florida and Puerto Rico Newspaper Project (National Digital Newspaper Program; 2013) Pioneer Days in Florida (National Historic Publications and Records Commissions; 2013) Archive of Haitian Religion and Culture (National Endowment for the Humanities; 2012) Unearthing St. Augustine (National Endowment for the Humanities; 2012) Digital Humanities Collaboration (UF Faculty Enhancement Opportunity Grant; 2012) Association of Research Libraries (ARL) Position Description Bank (ARL; 2012) Digital Library of the Caribbean, Digital Scholarship and Scholar Support from Florida International University (FIU) Libraries (FIU Technology Fee Grant; 2011-2013) Caribbean Newspaper Digital Library (Department of Education; 2009-2014) America's Swamp: the Historical Everglades (NHPRC; 2009-2011) PUBLICATIONS Selected Refereed Publications co authored with Margarita Vargas-Betancourt and Brooke Wooldridge. Scholarly and Research Communication (2013): < src-online.ca/src/index.php/src/article/view/114/246 >. -authored with Brooke Wooldridge, Lourdes Santamaria-Wheeler, Mark V. Sullivan, Benjamin Hebblethwaite, and Megan Raitano. Library Publishing Toolkit. Geneseo, NY: Milne

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Library, SUNY Geneseo, Monroe County. 2013: < http://dloc.com/AA00016370 >. "Florida Digital Newspaper Library: Library and Publisher Partnerships for Access and Preservation," co-authored with Lois J. Widmer and Mark V. Sullivan. Florida Libraries (Fall 2012: 55/2), 15-17: < http://www.flalib.org/fl_lib_journal/Fall2012.pdf >. -authored with Rebecca Jefferson and Lourdes Santamaria-Wheeler. Journal of Electronic Resources Librarianship 24.3 (2012: 177-188): < http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00012882/00001/pdf >. Access to Agricultural Publications Using Digital Repositories and the Semantic Web, co -authored with Val Davis, Stephen Williams, Dina Benson, Sara Russell Gonzalez, and Mark Sullivan. Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Digital Libraries 2010. < http://ufdc.ufl.edu/IR00000077/00001 >. "D eveloping an Open Access, Multi-Institutional, International Digital Library," co authored with Brooke Wooldridge and Mark Sullivan. Resource Sharing & Information Networks, 2009. < http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00004150/00001 >. Playing the Past: Video Games, History, and Memory, co -edited with Zach Whalen. Nashville, TN: Vanderbilt University Press, 2008. "Gaming Ethics, Rules, Etiquette and Learning. Handbook of Research on Effective Electronic Gaming in Education. Ed. Richard E. Ferdig. Information Science Ref., 2008. "Open Source and Academia," co-authored with Brendan Riley, Computers and Composition Online (Spring 2004): < www.bgsu.edu/cconline/tayloriley/intro.html >. "When Seams Fall Apart: Video Game Space and the Player," Game Studies: the International Journal of Computer Game Research 3.2 (Dec. 2003): < http://www.gamestudies.org/0302/taylor/ >. SELECTED PRESENTATIONS Various presentations and workshops on scholarly practices and activities with the Digital Library of the Caribbean (dLOC); 2013 examples include: orkshop: Digital Curation (dLOC Advanced Training Institute) Library of the Caribbean (dLOC) Orientation & Humanities And Technology Camp) Caribe, Mayagez, Puerto Rico: Nov. 11-14, 2012. osition paper and presentation with E. Deumens, R. Schipper, C. Botero, R. Garcia-Milian, H. Norton, M. Tennant, S. Acord, and C. Barnes. : July 18-20, 2011. "The Role of Digital Libraries in Disaster Preparedness and Mitigation," presentation with Brooke Wooldridge. Association of Caribbean University, Research and Institutional Libraries (ACURIL) 2011 Conference, Tampa, FL: Jun. 1, 2011. s Libraries Publishing Services, presentation with Isabel Silver. Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) Library Publishing Services Workshop, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA: May 5, 2011. "Practical Steps Towards Your Local and/or Regional Digitalisation Project," at the Seminar for Libraries of the Dutch Caribbean Curaao, University of the Netherlands Antilles. Willemstad, Curaao: September 25-6, 2008.

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SOPHIA KRZYS ACORD, PH.D. Center for the Humanities and the Public Sphere University of Florida (UF) 200 Walker Hall P.O. Box 118030 Gainesville, FL 32611 USA skacord@ufl.edu FACULTY POSITION 2010 Associate Director, Center for the Humanities and the Public Sphere, UF present Program development and evaluation 2011 Lecturer, Department of Sociology and Criminology, & Law, UF present Instruction in: qualitative research methods, technology studies, cultural sociology 2007 Research Scientist, Center for Studies in Higher Education, University of California, Berkeley 2010 Project Manager, the Future of Scholarly Communication and Mean ing and Locus of Peer Review for Publication both funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation EDUCATION 2009 Ph.D., Sociology, University of Exeter, UK *Awarded an Honorable Mention by the 2010 ASA Dissertation Award committee. 2005 M.Res. (Masters of Research Methodology), Sociology, University of Exeter, UK Graduated summa cum laude 2003 B.A., Sociology & Anthropology (Minor, Interpretation Theory), Swarthmore College, PA Graduated with High Honors, Phi Beta Kappa OTHER RESEARCH AND EVALUATION EXPERIENCE 2003 Research Associate Center for Mobile Communication Studies Rutgers University 2007 Designed, conducted, and published research on digital technologies and information seeking. 2005 Research Assistant School of Education and Lifelong Learning University of Exeter Provided research support to Professor Gert Biesta on evidence based practice in education. 2003 Research Consultant and Evaluator Department of Drama University of Exeter 2004 Action research of On the Edge, an applied drama about first episode psychosis. On the Edge won 2000 Intern La Dlgation aux Arts Plastiques Le Minist re de la Culture, Paris, France 2001 Created a national database of museum frequentation and education programs. 2001 Assistant to Outreach Coordinator and Evaluator InterAct Theatre Company Philadelphia, PA 2002 Prepared, instructed, and evaluated NEA funded theatrical residencies focusing on conflict resolution in juvenile detention centers. 2000 Barrymore Recipient for Best Education Department. 1992 Archival Assistant Special Collections Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ 1998 Assisted in processing book, manuscript, and photographic collections, cataloguing new books. SELECTED PEER-REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS AND WHITE PAPERS nd personality? Incorporating disciplinary needs New Media & Society.

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Acord, S.K. (conditionally accepted). Installing contemporary art: Curatorial power and agency in configuring museum publics. Cultural Sociology. Harley, D. and Acord, S.K. (2011, March). Peer Review in Academic Promotion and Publishing: Its Meaning, Locus, and Future. Berkeley, CA: Center for Studies in Higher Education. Harley, D. & Acord, S.K. (2010). Studying the impacts of embedded disciplinary cultures in a networked Academy White paper for the NSF, SBE 2020: Future Research in the Social, Behavioral & Economic Sciences. Harley, D., Acord, S.K., Earl-Novell, S., Lawrence, S. & King, C.J. (2010) Assessing the Future Landscape of Scholarly Communication Berkeley, CA: Center for Studies in Higher Education. Acord, S.K. & DeNora, T. (2008). Culture and the arts: From art worlds to artsin -action. The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 619(1), 223237. Acord, S.K. (2006). Beyond the code: New aesthetic methodologies for the sociology of the arts. Sociologie de OPUS 9-10, 6986. Acord, S.K. (2006). The museum as university: Looking out looking in. Protocols: History and Theory 2. SELECTED INVITED PRESENTATIONS Humanities, Arts, Science, and Technology Advanced Collaboratory (HASTAC), 1-2 December 2011. Publishing (SSP) in collaboration with the Association for American University Presses (AAUP). Evaluation Practices in Art Worlds, Social Science Research Center Berlin, 27-28 November 2009. A peerAmerican Sociological Association, NYC, 2007. Culture network roundtable presentation: SELECTED SERVICE At UF: Creative Campus Committee, Committee for Civic Engagement, University Library Committee, Faculty Senate, Data Lifecycle Committee, Qualitative Research Board, Social Entrepreneurship Board Founding Editor: Music and Arts in Action (MAiA) Referee: Digital Humanities Quarterly, Museum Anthropology, Sociological Theory, Theory and Society

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Biographical Sketch M. David Miller Professor, Research and Evaluation Methods Director, Collaborative Assessment and Program Evaluation Services 1215 Norman Hall P.O Box 117047 Gainesville, FL 32611 (352) 2734306 dmiller@coe.ufl.edu A. PROFESSIONAL PREPARATION College/University Major Degree &Year UCLA Mathematics/Psychology B.S. 1977 UCLA Research and Evaluation Methods M. A. 1978 UCLA Research and Evaluation Methods Ph.D. 1981 Northwestern Psychology/Evaluation 1982 B. ACADEMIC/PROFESSIONAL APPOINTMENTS 1/08-present Director Collaborative Assessment and Program Evaluation Services, University of Florida 7/98 7/05 Department Chairperson Educational Psychology, University of Florida 7/97 Appointed University of Florida Research Foundation Professor 8/96 present Professor Department of Educational Psychology, University of Florida 8/91 8/96 Associate Professor Foundations of Education, University of Florida 8/87 8/91 Assistant Professor Foundations of Education, University of Florida 8/84 8/87 Co -Director Kansas Minimum Competency Testing Program Adjunct Assistant Professor Educational Psychology and Research, University of Kansas 10/82 8/84 Data Analyst Second International Mathematics Study Adjunct Assistant Professor -Educational Psychology, University of Illinois C. PUBLICATIONS Examples of Publications Miller, M.D. & Poggio, J.P. (under contract for completion in 2014). Test Theory. New York, NY: Routledge. Miller, M.D., Linn, R. L. & Gronlund, N.E. (2013). Measurement and Assessment in Teaching (Eleventh Edition). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice-Hall. Schelble, J.L., Therriault, D. J., & Miller, M. D. (2012). Classifying retrieval strategies as a function of working memory. Memory and Cognition, 40 (2), 218-230 Miller, M. D. (2011). Reliability. In N. Salkind (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Educational Psychology. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications. Miller, M.D. (2010). Education Measurement: Classical Test Theory Reliability. In E. L. Baker, P. Peterson, & B. McGaw (Eds.), International Encyclopedia of Education 3 rd Edition. Amsterdam : Elsevier. Miller, M. D. (2010). School Standards. In C. S. Clause-Ehlers (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Cross Cultural School Psychology, pp. 849-852. New York: Springer.

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Miller, M. D. (2008). Data for school improvement and educational accountability: Reliability and validity in practice. In L.A. Shepard & K. Ryan (Eds.), Educational accountability (pp. 249-261), Mahwah, NJ: Routledge/Lawrence Erlbaum. Miller, J.M., & Miller, M.D. (2008). No zero left behind: Comparing the fit for zero-inflation models as a function of skew and proportion of zeros. Interstat, 1-35, http://interstat.statjournals.net/YEAR/2008/abstracts/0810011.php Miller, J.M., & Miller, M.D. (2008). No zero left behind: Comparing the fit for zero-inflation models as a function of skew and proportion of zeros. Interstat, 1-35, http://interstat.statjournals.net/YEAR/2008/abstracts/0810011.php Miller, M. D., & Bottoms, G. (2007). Accountability and curriculum. In P.S. George (Ed.), The space between: Why the middle years matter. Tampa, FL: Helios Education Foundation. D. SYNERGISTIC ACTIVITIES Creation of Collaborative Assessment and Program Evaluation Services (CAPES) to help with evaluation of grants at University of Florida examples of successful funding with evaluation input include ei ght NSF grants, an IES grant and five state grants Director of Quality Enhancement Plan for the University of Florida and Chair of International Task Force. The Quality Enhancement Plan is due in January 2014. Technical Advisory Committees in Minnesota and Kentucky on K-12 assessment Former editor of Website for National Council on Measurement in Education (http://www.ncme.org/) COLLABORATORS AND OTHER AFFILIATIONS Collaborators Over The Last 48 Months: Robert L Linn, retired from University of Colorado, Rewriting book on Assessment John Poggio, University of Kansas, Writing book on Test Theory Willie Pearson, Georgia State University, Evaluating NSF I-cubed project Graduate and Postdoctoral Advisors Leigh Burstein, deceased Robert Boruch, Northwestern University Thesis Advisor and Postgraduate Scholar Sponsors over the Last Five Years: Graduate Students: Chris Oshima (Georgia State University). Jennifer Bergeron (Harvard) Total Number of Graduate Students advised: 13 completed

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Chelsea S. Dinsmore Associate University Librarian University of Florida (352) 273-0369 chelseaz@ufl.edu Education: University of Texas, Austin, Library and Information Science, MLIS, 1997 University of Florida, History, MA, 1994 New College, Sarasota, FL, History, B.A., 1991 Work Experience: University of Florida, George A. Smathers Libraries, Gainesville, FL International Documents Librarian, July 2004 current Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center, University of Texas, Austin, TX Professional Librarian, March 1998 October 2003 University of Florida, Family Youth and Community Sciences, Gainesville, FL National Database Coordinator, June 1994 August 1998 Publications: Books, contributed: Dinsmore, C., Pilot Grants for Outreach, in Librarians as Community Partners: An Outreach Handbook 21-23. American Library Association, American Library Association. Chicago: 2010. Dinsmore, C., Taking Advantage of Small Grants for Outreach, in Librarians as Community Partners: An Outreach Handbook 21 -23. American Library Association, American Library Association. Chicago: 2010. Articles, refereed: Dinsmore, C., V. Glenn, Using targeted distributed collections to enhance government depository collections at a regional level: the ASERL Collaborative Federal Depository Program, Collection Management vol. 37, no 3/4, Summer 2012. Grants: External: Preserving a Legacy, Celebrating a Centennial, Leveraging an Extraordinary Human Achievement Funding agency: Institute of Museum and Libraries Services (IMLS). Project to actualize,

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integrate, evaluate, and disseminate museum materials from the Panama Canal Museum; lead a multi-institutional centennial celebration of the opening Panama Canal in 2014-2015 to promote public understanding of the achievement and the heritage resources available for scholarly, educational, and civic purposes; and initiate a national dialog about the potential for best practices in library-museum collaborations, strategic alliances, and partnerships. Proposal: and tour are funded by a major grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) to the National Constitution Center. $2500 awarded 2010, exhibited Feb 10-Mar 7 2012. Internal: Principle Investigator, An education in distance training: A pilot project for developing a distributed scanning model for government documents in Florida based on the DLOC model. Library Mini-grant program. $1471.32 awarded to fund a pilot for using webinar technology to teach document scanning. Co Series. Library Mini-grant program. $758.37 awarded to fund a pilot project for digitizing a sample of the Parliamentary Debates. Activities at Professional Conferences/Meetings: National: Dinsmore, C., oblem of small Oct. 2012. State: Becoming a Center of Excellence at the University of Florida, presentation at the Alaba ma Library Association annual meeting, Birmingham, AL, Apr 2012. Libraries and Panama Canal Museum, with Rachel Schipper, Florida Library Association Annual Meeting, Orlando, FL. (Apr 18, 2012) Membership and Service in the Profession: American Library Association (ALA), member, 2004-present ALA Membership Committee, 200506 International Documents Task Force, GODORT, ALA, member, Coordinator (2011-12), Coordinator Elect (2010-11), 2004-present GODORT-IDTF, Agency Liaison for Council of Europe, task appointment, 2005-present GODORT Cataloging committee Liaison, 2009-2013

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DIANA N. DONNELLY diana.donnelly@gmail.com (352) 262-3015 6405 NW 29 th Terrace, Gainesville, FL 32653 PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Media Researcher September 2013 Present Pal freman Film Group Gainesville, FL Researches archival film footage and still photos for educational videos about the contribution of women to computi Establishes footage and photo rights ho lders ; o btains permissions for online use of materials and coordinates digital delivery of high resolution media Provides creative and logistical support to producers and editors Associate Producer April 2013 June 2013 Or ion Multimedia / HGTV Gainesville, FL Responsible for casting pilot episodes of two writing participa nt profiles and network pitch materials Coordinated logistics for film shoots in f ive states; served as primary contact and liaison with on camera participants, crew, local community busin ess owners and agencies to gain access and permis s ion to locations f or shooting Digital Projects Assistant June 2012 March 2013 University of Florida Libra ries Gainesville, FL Updated UF library websites and maintained YouTube Channel : http://www.youtube.com/user/UFlibraries Worked with University of Florida faculty and students to acquire and digitize media into the University of Florida Digital Collections (UFDC) and crea ted digital records Responsible for digitization and post capture processing of photos, documents, video, and audio for the web Media Researcher November 2011 January 2012 Palfreman Film Group Gainesville, FL Researched film footage for the P BS Frontline do hazards and benefits of nuclear power Established media rights holders and obtain ed permissions for all media uses Resolved digital formatting issues and provided support to producers and editors Associate Producer May 2011 November 2011 National Geographic Washington, DC Coordinated domestic and international film shoots including creating shooting plans, securing locations, arranging travel, and hiring crew for the 4 part the Nat Geo WILD! channel Wrote segment scripts and promotional copy for the web ; r esearched and annotated scripts Coordinated graphics and animation elements and prepared client deliverables Provided creative and logistical support to producers, editors, post-production supervisors and project managers

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Associate Producer January 2011 May 2011 D iscovery Studios Silver Spring, MD Story research and casting of patients and experts for the education al Getting Personal: The Shifting Landscape of Cancer Care, for the Discovery Channel about breakthroughs in genetic research for cancer treatment: http://www.discoverychannelcme.com/patient-education/getting-personal-shifting-landscapecancer-care Researched dynamic visuals such as animation, medical scans, and microscopic imagery for the project; coordinated postAssociate Produce r May 2009 November 2011 National Geographic Washington, DC Independently produced segments for the 10 part television National Geographic Channel about a range of topics including science and natural history Coordinated domestic and international film shoots Coordinated media materials in a busy post-production environment and wrote promotional copy for the web featured topics Assistant Editor February 2009 April 2009 Half Yard Productions Bethesda, MD Logged and digiti shows in development for Bravo and the History Channel Responsible for media management, post-production project workflow, and quality control of digitized footage Moving Image Researcher June 2006 August 2008 National Geographic Washington, DC Researched film and video footage in the National Geographic Archives and edited preview reel s under daily deadlines Ensured footage was cleared for sale in respective worldwide markets Teaching Assistant August 2005 May 2006 University of Florida Gainesville, FL Writing for Electronic Media (RTV21 00) Independently instructed two writing labs for undergraduates majoring in Telecommunications T.V. and American Society (RTV3405) Assisted in the administration of a course about the role of television in American society EDUCATION Master of Arts in Mass Communications The University of Florida Documentary Institute, Documentary Film Production, 2004 2006 Bachelor of Arts in English The University of Florida, Film and Media Studies focus, 1999-2002

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Vita February 13, 2014 Vita of Blake Landor, Ph.D. Associate University Librarian George A. Smathers Libraries Email: landor@ufl.edu Work Experience: Current University of Florida From Nov. 1990 to Present Title: Classics, Philosophy, Religion Librarian Scope of Duties Assistant University Librarian (1990-95). Associate Univers ity Librarian (1995-present). Coordinator for Humanities and Social Scie nce Collections for Library West (2008Present). Responsible for the development and management of collections in all formats supporting the academic programs in Philosophy, Religion, and Classics. Provide consultative services for stude nts and researchers, biblio graphic instruction, and end user/online services. Refworks and Zotero in structor. Works with Selectors in Library West on coordinating budgets and addressing issues of common concern. Coordinates a newly established Digital Human ities library interest group. Past Work Experience Institution Period Title Western Kentucky University Sept 1998November 1990 Humanities Librarian Southern Illinois University, Carbondale Sept. 1986-July 1988 Asst. Humanities/Asst Catalog Librarian SUNY-Oswego Sept. 1984-June 1985 Lecturer in Philosophy University of Toronto, Scarborough Sept. 1980-June 1981 Assistant Professor in Philosophy Education Institution Degree Date Rutgers University School of Library & Information Science MLS 1983 University of Toronto Ph.D. 1980 University of Texas in Austin M.A. 1972 Saint Johns College, Annapolis B.A. 1969

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Grants Mini-grant (2011-2012) "Catalog ing of Online Classical Latin Texts from the Packard Humanities Institute" Publications 1. Aristotle on Demonstrating Essence. Apeiron 19, no. 2 (January 1985). doi:10.1515/APEIRON.1985.19.2.116. 2. Definitions and Hypotheses in Posterior Analytics 72 a 19-25 and 76 b 35-77 a 4. Phronesis 26, no. 3 (January 1, 1981): 308. 3. Philosophy Editor (since 2006) of Philosophy Section of the Research for College Libraries (an ACRL/Choi ce + Bowker publication] Recent Professional Organization Involvement 2012 (March)Member of the Editorial Board of Swan Isle Press 2011-2014 Member ACRL LES Publications Committee 2010-1 Editorial Board Member, Re sources for College Libraries 2010-11 Chair ACRL LES 2011 Conference Planning Committee 2010-11 Member, WESS 2011 Conf erence Planning Committee 2008-2012 Member, ACRLs Research Program Committee In 2012 I coordinated an ACRL Research Program on Data Curation as a Form of Collaborative Research (h ttps://sites.google.com/site/acrlrpcdatacurationprogram/) 2007-2009 Member ACRL WESS Res earch and Planning Committee 2004-2006 Member College Library Section Re search for College Librarianship Committee 2004-2006 Member ACRL WESS Publications Committee 1998-present Advisory Board of the Ph ilosophical Documentation Center. Recent Relevant UF Co mmittee Assignment Member of UF Data Mana gement/Curation Taskforce Web sites: http://guides.uflib.ufl.edu/profile.php?uid=2284

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Mark E. Phillips UNT Libraries University of North Texas 1155 Union Circle #305190, Denton, TX 762031068 email: mark.phillips@unt.edu webs ite: http://www.library.unt.edu / voice: 9405652415 ACADEMIC PREPARATION Institution Major Degree Date University of North Texas Library and Information Science M.L.S. 2004 Oklahoma City University Music Performance B.M 2002 TEACHING AND PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Assistant Dean for Digital Libraries UNT Libraries. University of North Texas. 2010Pre sent Faculty Member Knowledge Discovery from Digital Information Research Cluster. 2010Present Digital Projects Unit Head UNT Libraries. University of North Texas. 20052010. Digital Projects Lab Manager UNT Libraries. University of North Texas. 20042005. PUBLICATIONS (Selected) Mark Phillips, Hannah Tarver, Stacy Frakes, (2014) Implementing a Collaborative Workflow for Metadata Analysis, Quality Improvement, and Mapping. Code4Lib Journal January 2014 Laura Waugh, Hannah Tarver and Mark Phillips.(2014) Creating order out of chaos: introducing name authority control into a large ETD collection. Library Management (pending publication) Mark Phillips, Daniel Alemneh, Brenda Reyes. (2014) Analysis of linking patterns in ETDs: a case study at the Un iversity of North Texas Library Management (pending publication) Mark Phillips, Kathleen Murray. Improving Access to Web Archives through Innovative Analysis of PDF Content. Proceedings of the Society for Imaging Science and Technology (IS&T) Archiving C onference, 2013 Washington DC. United States Kathleen Murray, Mark Phillips, Will Hicks, Neena Weng and Dreanna Belden. Reengineering The Portal to Texas History: A Case Study, IGI Book Chapter, Spring 2013 Phillips, M, (2013). Metadata Analysis at the Command Line. Code4Lib Journal Issue 19, 20130115 Tarver, H & Phillips, M (2013). Integrating ImageBased Research Datasets into an Existing Digital Repository Infrastructure. Cataloging & Classification Quarterly Volume 51, Issue 1-3 Skinner, K, Halbert, M, Schultz, M, & Phillips, M (2012). Digital Preservation of Newspapers: Findings of the Chronicles in Preservation Project. International Conference on Preservation of Digital Objects (iPres 2012) Sanderson, R, Von de Sompel, H, & Phillips, M (2011). Analyzing the Persistence of Referenced Web Resources with Memento Open Repositories 2011 Alemneh, D. & Phillips M ( 2011) Data desiccation: facilitating longterm access, use and reuse of ETDs, The 14th International Symposium on Electronic Theses and Dissertations

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Phillips, M & N ordstrom, K ( 2011) Transport Neutral Digital Object Replication. The Society for Imaging Science and Technology (IS&T) Murray, K R, Ko, L, & Phillips M ( 2011) Curation of the Endof Term Web Archive: Classification and Metrics. The Society for Imaging Science and Technology (IS&T) Minor, D, Phillips, M & Schultz M ( 2010) Chronopolis and MetaArchive: Preservation Cooperation International Conference on Preservation of Digital Objects (iPres 2010) Murray, K. R. & P hillips M ( 2010) Open Source Components, Standards Conformance, and UCD: Building Blocks for Successfully Managing and enhancing an established Digital Archive. The Society for Imaging Science and Technology (IS&T ). Alemneh, D. & Phillips M. ( 2007) E nhancing the Quality of Metadata: Modular Approach to Digital Resource Lifecycle Management. Archiving 2007: 7579. Hartman, C. N., Belden, D, Reis, N, Alemneh, D. G., Phillips M & Dunlop, D ( 2005 ) Development of a Portal to Texas History. Library Hi Tech 23 (2): 151163. RESEARCH ACTIVITIES (Selected) Co Principal Investigator. Mapping the Southwest Funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities. 2010 Co Principal Investigator New Mexico Historical Newspapers Funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities. 20102012. Co Principal Investigator. Classification of the Endof Term Archive: Extending Collection Development to Web Archives Funded by the Institute of Museum and Library Services. 20092012 Co Principal Investigator Lone Star Ink: National Digital Newspaper Program, Funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities. 20092011. Technology Lead. Oklahoma Historical Newspapers Funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities. 20092011. Technology Lead MetaArchive Interoperability Project Funded by the National Historical Publications and Records Commission. 20092011 Co Principal Investigator IOGENE: Optimizing the User Experience in an Architecture for Rapid Development Funded by the Institute of Museum and Library Services. 20072009. Co Principal Investigator. Lone Star Ink: National Digital Newspaper Program, Funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities. 20072009. SCHOLARLY & PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES & ACHIEVEMENTS (Selected) Depository Library Counc il. Government Printing Office 20112014 Library Journal, Mover and Shaker 2012 W. David Rozkuszka Scholarship. Government Document Roundtable (GODORT) American Library Association. 2004

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Lourdes Santamara Wheeler l.s.wheeler@ufl.edu (352 ) 273 2564 EDUCATION Master of Arts in Museology 2009 University of Florida, Gainesville, FL Bachelor of Fine Arts in Creative Photography, Minor in Art History 2003 University of Florida, Gainesville, FL PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Exhibits Coordinator 2012 present George A. Smathers Libraries University of Florida, Gainesville, FL Provide technical and design support for exhibits in library departments/branches Coordinate incoming and outgoing loans Coordinate scheduling and hosting of traveling exhibits Design physical and online exhibits, collateral materials and multimedia companion content Collect and analyze data for assessing the effectiveness of the exhibition program Technical Trainer, Translator, and Designer 2006 present Digital Library of the Caribbean ( www.dloc.com ) Train local and international partner institutions in the digitization process, including adherence to copyright, metadata creation, specific equipment use, current digitization standards and image manipulati on Contribute and translated content for the multi lingual technical manual, website, promotional materials and software Design promotional materials including posters, bookmarks and multimedia presentations Transfer image-only designs into HTML and CSS for web display and online exhibit functionality Museum & Special Projects Coordinator 2009 2011 Digital Library Center, University of Florida Gainesville, FL Serve d as the primary liaison with museum partners Developed online exhibits Created supporting print materials and multimedia presen tations for the D igital C ollections Designed UF Digital Collections elements including page banners/headers and buttons Assisted patrons and faculty in locating originals featured in the Digital Collections as well as utilizing the digital objects in their research, publications, presentations and/or teaching Researched copyright of items to be included in the Digital Collections and/or digital exhibits Digital Production Supervisor 2005 2009 Digital Library Center, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL Oversaw the primary digitization production queue, which included books, documents, photographs, and other archival materials Supervise d imaging staff, including 1 full time and 15 part time employees

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Prepare d archival and library materials for digital imaging including assessing need for preservation and equipment suitability Monitored imaging quality for adherence to digitization standards and best practices SELECTED EXHIBITIONS ARTBOUND 2011 The 2nd Annual Student Artists' Book Competition 2011 http://ufdc.ufl.edu/exhibits/artbound2011 Designed and created online exhibit to comple ment temporary physical exhibit A Celebration of Jewish Life and Culture Around the World 2011 http://ufdc.ufl.edu/exhibits/jewishculture Curated online exhibit with the Head and Senior Library Technical Assistant of the Price Library Designed all exhibit elements 30 Years of the Price Library : Treasures from the Isser and Rae Price Library of Judaica 2011 http://ufdc.ufl.edu/exhibits/30years Curated online exhibit with the Head and Senior Library Technical Assistant of the Price Library Designed all exhibit elements Carteles: Cuban and Mexican Film Posters from the Efra n Barradas Collection 2010 http://www.dloc.com/exhibits/carteles Curated, designed and wrote corresponding texts for online exhibit From Canals to Conservation: An Exhibit of the Historical Everglades 2009 http://ufdc.ufl.edu/swamp/exhibitover Curated and designed online exhibit Photographic Formalities: from Ansel Adams to Weegee 2007 Samuel P. Harn Museum of Art, Gainesville, FL Assisted museum Registrar and Curator of Photography in exhibit preparation including object house to the museum Researched artworks/artists and wrote corresponding exhibit labels PUBLICATIONS Nemmers, Laura and Lourdes Santamara Wheeler Advancing Digitization: Art and Technology ," in Samuel P. Harn Museum of Art at Twenty Years: The Collection Catalogue ed. Jason Steuber, Laura K. Nemmers, and Tracy E. Pfaff ( Gainesville: University Press of Florida, 2010 ), 227 231. SELECTED PRESENTATIONS Society of Florida Archivists Annual Meeting 2009 "The Basics of Digitizing Collections" (with Laurie N. Taylor) Florida Association of Museums Annual Conference 2008 "Developing Collaborative Opportunities to Increase Accessibility to Exhibitions and Collections Online" (with Dwight Bailey and Susan Cooksey)

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Christy Shorey Digital Services; George A. Smathers Libraries PO Box 117008 Gainesville, FL 326117008 (352) 2732831 chrshor@uflib.ufl.edu EXPERIENCE Manager of UF Institutional Repository and Theses & Dissertations Program University of Florida, Smathers Libraries October 2013-Present Gainesville, FL Manage UF Institutional Repository(IR), conduct outreach and training, and consult with other campus units to support initiatives within the IR Coordinate libr including ingest and hosting of the ETDs, and dissemination to a wider audience through the UF Digital Collections and by external means Manage Retrospective Dissertation Scanning (RDS) project, develop processes and to retrospectively digitize and make available on the Internet all UF dissertations and theses Library Assistant 3 University of Florida, Smathers Libraries March 2008 October 2013 Gainesville, FL Managed Access database to track relevant steps in Retrospective Dissertation Scanning project Created and document ed Access database to organize Internet Archive Scanning projects Hired, train ed and supervised three OPS and student staff in Retrospective Dissertation Scanning Project and Internet Archive Scanning projects Act ed as liaison for Lyrasis and Internet Archive for multiple scanning projects Work ed with IT staff to build, perform ed usability testing, and maintain ed Macro Suite for Retrospective Dissertation Scanning and Internet Archive Scanning Projects Prepared periodicals for binding, updated records in university catalog system Provided in -person customer service to patrons and provided circulation and reference assistance at Info Point Library Assistant 3 University of Florida, Smathers Libraries June 2006 March 2008 Gainesville, FL Designed and documented Access database to coordinate Retrospective Dissertation Scanning project Prepared periodicals for binding, updated records in university catalog system, processed incoming serials in catalog system and prepared items for shelf Contacted vendors regarding missing periodical issues, filed claims Collaborated with domestic and international vendors via Serials Exchange Program Provided in-person and online reference assistance, customer service and circulation assistance to patrons Program Assistant University of Florida, Department of Housing and Residence Education, April 2003 June 2006 Gainesville, FL Senior Secretary, University of Florida, Department of Housing and Residence Education, February 2000 April 2003 Gainesville, FL

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Senior Clerk University of Florida, Department of Housing and Residence Education, May 1999 February 2000 Gainesville, FL EDUCATION Business Certificate in Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management, April 2011 Santa Fe College, Gainesville, FL Masters of Science in Library and Information Studies, December 2006 Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL Bachelor of the Arts in Fine Arts May 1999 University of Florida, Gainesville, FL Graduated with Highest Honors, focus in Theatre Performance Minor in Secondary Education PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIP National Service: American Library Association (ALA) 2006 current Co -present Poster on Retrospective Dissertation Scanning Project to PAIG, Annual Conference 2011 Attendance at Annual Conference, 2007, 2008, 2009 Attendance at Midwinter Conference, 2009 ALA: New Members Round Table (NMRT) Orientation Committee, Member, 2007 2009 Student Reception Committee Member, 2008-2009 United States Electronic Thesis and Dissertation Association (USETDA) Presented session: Retrospective Dissertation Scanning at the University of Florida, June 2012 Co -present Poster: Copyright Considerations in the University of Florida Retrospective Dissertation Digitization Project, June 2012 Co -presenter of Pre-conference on Retrospective Digitization, May 2011 Library Service: Employee Recognition Committee, 2012-2013 Scholarly Communications Working Group, Member, 2012 Continuing Operations Working Group, Member, 2006 2011 Co -coordinator of NaNo WriMo "Big Event" at Library West Info Commons 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011 Holiday Party Planning committee, Member 2008, Chair 2009 Library 2.0 Working Group: Facebook Applications Task Force, Member, 2007 2008 Participant of UF Library Instructional Video Series, 2007 2008 Co -coordinator of NaNo WriMo Final Push event at Library West Info Commons 2007 GRANTS Participant: Digitization of Hansard's British Parliament Debates, 2 nd series, 20072008 Supported by University of Florida Smathers Libraries Mini Grants Program Goal: Create a full-text searchable, digitized version of the 2 nd series (1820-1830) of the Hansard's British Parliamentary Debates Funding: $545 (grant) + $213 (cost share) = $578

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x-none SUCHITRA YELLAPANTULA Mailing Address: Contact Information: 1111 SW 16th Ave, Apt 58 Cell phone #: 918-766-5919 Gainesville, FL 32601 Email: y.suchitra@ufl.edu x-none EDUCATION M.S., Computer Engineering University of Florida B.Tech. (C omputer Science & Engg.), Andhra University PROFESSIONAL WORK EXPERIENCE fr-FR Applications Developer, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida present Software Tools: ASP.NET, C#, SQL Server, MySQL, AJAX, JavaScript, JQuery, HTML5, CSS3 Primary responsibilities include the creation and support of software applications for Digital Services and developing both web and desktop software applications. This includes software to assist in internal business operations and to assist patrons to make full use of library resources. Responsibilities also include gathering requirements, developing applications, and providing support for digital services and applications; Performing analysis and programming to develop, document, and maintain computer software programs as needed by Digital Services and other library units as appropriate. Some projects undertaken so far include: Quality Control(QC) application: Worked on developing an online QC application for users to edit and manage digitized content. The interface displays the digitized material, and allows users to drag and drop pages, mark errors, edit page metadata among other tasks. Competencies Training Matrix application: Worked with the UF Libraries HR, to develop a web application developed to facilitate access to and usability of the Staff Core Competencies Index and to assist employees and supervisors in identifying training opportunities in and outside the libraries, targeting specific competencies. Web Statistics Analyzer: Developed an application to analyze the IIS log files from the servers at the UF Libraries, to calculate and record statistics like unique human hits and sessions, for the web URLs hit through the servers. Panama Canal Museum(PCM) Zonians in the Military: Developed a Web app for the PCM Zonians, with a searchable interface, submission tool, PDF export feature, Captcha verification and other features fr-FR fr-FR fr-FR QA Engineer, SumTotal Systems, Gainesville, Florida Software Tools: SQL Server, ASP.NET, Cognos, LoadRunner, Quality Center, Analytics ETL Ensured that the quality and performance of the analytics component of the product line met with the customer requirements Prepared and executed test cases, and did performance testing for the analytics project Wrote and implemented test scripts in LoadRunner to analyze the performance of the products and Cognos dashboards. Worked on enhancements to the ASP.NET based internal Analytics builder. fr-FR fr-FR Software Engineer, Accenture, Bangalore, India Software Tools: C# SQL, MS Access, VBA, Informatica 8.5, Business Objects XiR2, Unix, Oracle SQL, PL/SQL, C, C++, Data Warehousing Advanced MS Excel, Client Specific Tools Worked for the Governance-Metrics & Reporting, and Productivity Operations teams for client AT&T Handled the databases and contractual reports for AT&T ; Handled Function Point Count reports & productivity measurement for AT&T projects. Organized and taught several technical training sessions on SQL and VBA to help improve team knowledge. Trained in C#; worked on internal projects and case studies as part of the training.

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fr-FR Summer Intern, C SC ., Chennai, India Implement ed a neural network based model for prediction of these defects in C++ ; completed the project well ahead of schedule. Helped in minimization of financial losses occurring due to defects in software service requests Recommendations given to the teams based on the project results helped in implementation of strategies for defect reduction, leading to over 14% increase in productivity. ACADEMIC WORK EXPERIENCE George A. Smathers Library, University of Florida (UF) Role held: Graduate Assistant, Grants Management Office, UF Libraries Technologies used: Web scripting tools including HTML, Javascript, CSS, Contribute Worked on maintaining and updating the Re searched funding resources; created online resources for grant/fellowship opportunities for faculty and students. Recorded and edited videos of presentations made by the Grants Manager Helped the Grants Manager oversee post-award processes for funded projects. Helped work on creating a LibGuide for Grants Management OTHER PROJECTS UNDERTAKEN Airline and Flight Information and Reservation Database, created using PHP and MySQL College Technology Festival website in HTML, JavaScript, SQL Implemented in Java a multi-client, multi-server file sharing system as part of the Distributed operating systems course Ant Colony Optimization (ACO) for the Traveling salesperson problem for 7 cities in C++ A Functional Link Adaptive Neural Network (FLANN) Model for Classification using Improved Genetic Algorithms (Undergrad thesis), in MATLAB x-none x-none SKILL SETS Programming/Scripting: ASP.NET, C#, C++, C, MATLAB, Java, SQL, PL/SQL, JDBC, PHP, HTML, JavaScript, VBA, AJAX, JQuery. ETL/Reporting Tools: SQL Server, Informatica 8.5, Business Objects XiR2, Advanced MS Excel and VBA. Testing Tools: LoadRunner, Quality Control x-none x-none AWARDS AND HONORS Won 1 st prize on A Novel Approach to Solving NP National Level Technical Symposium held in Jan 2007. Received INBA (Indian Naval Benevolence Association) Scholarship Award after each year of Bachelors study, in recognition of good academic performance. x-none x-none RELEVANT GRADUATE COURSEWORK Analysis of Algorithms, Advanced Data Structures, Software Testing/Verification, Computer Networks, Computer Architecture, Distributed Multimedia Systems, Database Management Systems, Advanced Computer Networks.

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EMPLOYMENT 2012 Professor, University of Florida, Department of History 2013 Professor, University of Florida, Levin College of Law 2001 2012 Affiliate, U niversity of Florida, Levin College of Law 2002 2012 Associate Professor, University o f Florida, Department of History 2010 2011 Visiting Scholar, University of Chicago, Department of History 2005 Fulbright Scholar/Researcher, Shandong Uni versity Law School, Jinan, PRC (Spring) 2000 2002 Assistant Professor, University o f Florida, Department of History 1995 2000 Clemson University, Assistant Professor, Department of History SELECTED PUBLICATIONS Books Criminal Justice in the United States, 1789-1939 (Cambridge University Press, New Histories of American Law series, 2011) The Chicago Trunk Murder: Law and Justice at the Turn of the Century (Northern Illinois University Press 2011) The Rule of Justice: The People of Chicago versus Zephyr Davis (Ohio State University Press, History of Criminal Law and Criminal Justice Series, 2001) Debating and Creating Authority: The Failure of a Constitutional Ideal, Massachusetts Bay, 1629-1649 (Ashgate Publishing, Law, Justice and Power Series, 2001) Selected Articles & Chapters Su Bao Case and the Layers of Everyday Citizenship in China, 1894Multilayered Citizenship (Willem Maas, ed., University of Pennsylvania Press, 2013): 110 Blackwell Companion to American Legal History (Sally Hadden and Alfred Brophy, eds, Blackwell, 2013): 422 in Blackwell Companion to American Legal History (Sally Hadden and Alfred Brophy, eds, Blackwell, 2013): 7 ELIZABETH DALE University of Florida Research Foundation Professor, 2013 Editor, Law and History Review Graduate Coordinator, Department of History Keene Flint Hall, University of Florida P.O. Box 117320 Gainesville, FL 32611 352.273.3387 (office) edale@ufl.edu

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Journal of Critical Globalisation Studies (London) 6 (March 2013): online (available at http://www.criticalglobalisation.com) Constitutional Mythologies: New Perspectives on Controlling the State (Alain Marciano, ed., Springer 2011): 81 The Garden and the Wilderness Mark de Wolf Howe, The Garden and the Wilderness Church History 71 (2010): 881 Journal of Law, Culture and the Humanities 5 (2009): 3 People v. Coughlin and the Criminal Jury in Late NineteenthNorthern Illinois University Law Review 28 (2008): 503 American Historical Review 111 (2006): 95 Carolin South Carolina Law Review 54 (2003): 627 Social Science History 25 (2001): 7 -Century Chicag Law and History Review 17 (1999): 27 Baylies v. Curry and American Historical Review 102 (1997): 311 TEACHING AREAS US Constitutional History, US Legal History, History of Criminal Law, History of Civil Rights, History of Human Rights, Comparative Constitutional History EDUCATION 1990-1995 University of Chicago, Ph.D. in History 1981-1984 Chicago-Kent College of Law, J.D. 1979-1981 DePauw University, Greencastle, Indiana, B.A. in Ancient Greek 1977-1979 Swarthmore College

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BiographicalSketch ErikDeumens DepartmentofChemistry,UniversityofFlorida,FL32611 Tel:(352)-392-6980,Email:deumens@u.edu ProfessionalPreparation UniversityofAntwerpPhysics M.S.,1976 UniversityofBrusselsTheoreticalNuclearPhysicsPh.D.,1982 UniversityofBrusselsComputationalChemicalPhysicsD.Sc.,1984 UniversityofFloridaQuantumChemistry 1985-1988 Appointments 2011-presentDirector,ResearchComputing,UniversityofFlorida 2006-2011Director,HighPerformanceComputingCenter,UniversityofFlorida 2000-presentScientistintheDepartmentsofChemistryandPhysics,UniversityofFlorida 1994-2000AssociateScientistintheDepartmentofChemistryandadjunctfacultyinthe DepartmentofPhysics,UniversityofFlorida 1990-1994AssistantScientistintheDepartmentofChemistryandadjunctfacultyinthe DepartmentofPhysics,UniversityofFlorida 1988-1990VisitingAssistantResearchScientistwiththeQuantumTheoryProject 1984-1984ResearcheroftheInteruniversitairInstituutvoorKernwetenschappen,UniversityofLimburg,Belgium 1977-1984TeachingandresearchassistanttoProf.Dr.P.VanLeuvenattheTheoreticalPhysicssectionoftheUniversityofAntwerpen(RijksunivresitairCentrum Antwerpen),Belgium 1982-1983FulbrightResearchScholar,UniversityofFlorida FiveProductsMostCloselyRelatedtoProposedProject 1.SIPMaP:AToolforModelingIrregularParallelComputationsintheSuperInstructionArchitectur,NakulJindal,VictorLotrich,ErikDeumens,BeverlySanders,27thIEEEInternational ParallelandDistributedProcessingSymposium,May20-24,1569670009 http://www.ipdps.org/ipdps2013/2013 advance program.html(2013) 2.SoftwaredesignofACESIIIwiththesuperinstructionarchitecture,ErikDeumens,Victor F.Lotrich,AjithPerera,MarkJ.Ponton,BeverlyA.Sanders,andRodney,J.Bartlett,Wiley InterdisciplinaryReviews-ComputationalMolecularScience,1895-901(ISSN1759-0884) DOI:10.1002/wcms.77(2011) 3.ACESIIIsoftware,http://www.qtp.u.edu/ACES. 4.Ablock-orientedlanguageandruntimesystemfortensoralgebrawithverylargearrays,B. Sanders,R.Bartlett,E.Deumens,V.Lotrich,M.Ponton, Proceedingsofthe2010ACM/IEEE InternationalConferenceforHighPerformanceComputing,Networking,StorageandAnalysis, IEEEComputerSociety,WashingtonDC,ISBN978-1-4244-7558-9(2010) 5.Superinstructionarchitectureforpetascaleelectronicstructuresoftware:thestory,V.F. Lotrich,J.M.Ponton,A.S.Perera,E.Deumens,R.J.Bartlett,B.A.Sanders, Mol.Phys,

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specialvolumeElectrons,Molecules,Solids,andBiosystems:FiftyYearsoftheQuantum TheoryProject, 108(21) 3323(2010) FiveOtherSignicantProducts 1.Methoddevelopmentinatomisticcomputations:pastandfuture,E.Deumens, Mol.Phys, specialvolumeElectrons,Molecules,Solids,andBiosystems:FiftyYearsoftheQuantum TheoryProject, 108(21) 3249(2010) 2.VersatileAMBER-GaussianQM/MMinterfacethroughPUPIL,J.Torras,G.deM.Seabra,E. Deumens,S.B.Trickey,A.E.Roitberg,A, J.Comp.Chem.,29,1564-1573,(2008). 3.Chargetransferinlow-energycollisionsof He 2+ withatomichydrogen,deuteriumandtritium,N.Stolterfoht,R.Cabrera-Trujillo,Y. Ohrn,E.Deumens,R.Hoekstra,J.R.Sabin, Phys. Rev.Lett., 99,103201(4pages)(2007) 4.Fracture,waterdissociation,andprotonconductioninSiO 2 nano-chains,ChaoCao,Yao He,JuanTorras,ErikDeumens,S.B.Trickey,Hai-PingCheng, J.Chem.Phys.,126211101(3 pages)(2007).ThisarticlehasbeenselectedfortheJune15,2007issueofVirtualJournalof BiologicalPhysicsResearchhttp://www.vjbio.org 5.Time-dependenttheoreticaltreatmentsofthedynamicsofelectronsandnucleiinmolecular systems,E.Deumens,A.Diz,R.LongoandY. Ohrn, Rev.ofMod.Phys. 66 917-983(1994). SynergisticActivities 1.Organizer(withF.E.Harris)oftheNSF S 2 I 2 exploratoryworkshoprelavanttoquantum chemists,atomic,molecularandcondensedmatterphysicists,heldonAugust9-10,2010 intheFDICSeidmanCenterinArlingtonVirginia.IthasthetitleS2I2Workshop:Electronic andVibrationalStructureandDynamics 2.ArchitectoftheparallelimplementationofACESIII,anopensourcecodeforadvancedcoupledclustercalculations(http://www.qtp.u.edu/ACES). CollaboratorsandCo-Editors X.Li(U.Florida)P.Avery(U.Florida)R.J.Bartlett(U.Florida)B.A. Sanders(U.Florida)V.H.Lotrich(U.Florida)A.Perera(U.Florida) GraduateandPostdoctoralAdvisors P.VanLeuven(U.Brussels,Belgium,retired),M.Bouten(U. Limburg,Belgium,retired),Y. Ohrn(U.Florida,retired),J.Serneels(U.Limburg,Belgium) GraduateAdvisees(totalof11) A.Diz(1992)R.Longo(1992,U.Pernambuco,Brazil)B.Mogensen(1997)J.Morales(1997,TexasTechU.)J.Oreiro(1997)A.Blass(2001)M.Coutinho-Neto (2002,U.ABC,Brazil)D.Masiello(2004,U.Washington)B.Killian(2005,U.Florida)E.Teixeira (2009,U.Pernambuco,Brazil)B.Hall(2011,U.Florida) PostdoctoralAssociates(totalof3) D.Jacquemin(1997,U.Namur,Belgium)O.Quinet(2008, Belgium)N.Guevara(2009,FloridaA&MU.)

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CURRICULUM VITAE ELIZABETH MADDOCK DILLON Northeastern University Department of English 405 Lake Hall Boston, MA 02115 e.dillon@neu.edu (203) 506-3526 Employment and Appointments Northeastern University Prof essor, Department of English, 2012-present Co-Founder and Co-Director, NULab for Texts, Maps, and Networks, Northeastern University, 2013-present Associate Professor, Department of English, 2007-2012 Yale University Associate Professor, Departments of English and American Studies, 2003-2007 Assistant Professor, Departments of English and American Studies, 1997-2003 Cornell University Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of Comparative Literature, 1995-1997 Education Ph. D. University of California at Berkeley, Comparative Literature, 1995 M.A. University of California at Berkeley, Comparative Literature, 1989 A.B. with honors, Brown University, Literature and Society, 1985 Publications Books New World Drama: The Performative Commons in the Atlantic World, 1649-1849 (Duke University Press, forthcoming 2014). The Gender of Freedom: Fictions of Liberalism and The Literary Public Sphere (Stanford University Press, 2004). Winner of Samuel and Ronnie Heyman Prize for Outstanding Scholarly Publication in the Humanities, Yale University, 2003. Edited Volume The Haitian Revolution and the Early U.S.: Histories, Geographies, Textualities co-edited with Michael Drexler (University of Pennsylvania Press, under contract). Articles (Selected) A Sea of Texts: Equiano, Textual Mapping, and Atlantic Space, in Religion and Space in the Atlantic World, ed. John Corrigan, David Bodenhamer, and Trevor Harris (University of South Carolina Press, under contract). Haiti and the Early U.S., Entwined, with Michael Drexler, introductory essay in The Haitian Revolution and the Early U.S.: Histories, Geographies, Textualities ed. Elizabeth Maddock Dillon and Michael Drexler (University of Pennsylvania Press, under contract). Reassembling the Novel: Kinlessness and the Novel of the Haitian Revolution, NOVEL: A Forum on Fiction 47.1 (Spring 2014).

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ELIZABETH MADDOCK DILLON PAGE 2 Infectious texts: Modeling Text Reuse in Nineteenth-Century Newspapers, with David A. Smith and Ryan Cordell, in IEEE Workshop on Big Data and the Humanities 2013 (conference proceeding s). Obi, Assemblage, Enchantment, J19: The Journal of Nineteenth-Century Americanists 1.1 (2013): 172-178. Coloniality, Performance, Translation: The Embodied Public Sphere in Early America, in Transatlantic Traffic and (Mis)Translations ed. Robin Peel and Daniel Maudlin (Hanover: University Press of New England, 2013): 177-196. John Marrant Blows the French Horn: Print, Performance, and Publics in Early African American Literature, in Early African American Print Culture in Theory and Practice ed. Lara Cohen and Jordan Stein (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2012): 318-339. Digital Humanities Projects Early Caribbean Digital Archive, Founder and Project Co-Director, digital archive and text laboratory for work on early Caribbean texts and images (funding from Northeastern University and the American Council of Learned Societies) Our Marathon, the Boston Bombing Digital Archive, Founder and Project Co-Director, crowdsourced digital archive of the April 15, 2013 bombing in Boston (funding from Northeastern University and WBUR 90.9) Viral Texts, Project Team Member, project tracking reprinting networks in 19th-century US newspapers (funding from Northeastern University and the National Endowment for the Humanities, Office of Digital Humanities) Honors and Awards (Selected) American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS) Digital Innovation Fellowship, 2014-2015 for work on the Early Caribbean Digital Archive, $85K Distinguished Visiting Fellow at the Advanced Research Collaborative, the Graduate Center, City University of New York, Fall 2014 Digital Humanities Award from the Digital Library of the Caribbean for the Early Caribbean Digital Archive project, June 2013 Co-Project Director, Uncovering Reprinting Networks in Nineteenth-Century American Newspapers, National Endowment for the Humanities, Digital Humanities Start-Up Grant, 2013-2014, $60K Co-PI, Tier One Research Grant, 2013-2014, Northeastern University, for Infectious Texts: Uncovering Reprinting Networks in Nineteenth-Century Newspapers, $50K Co-PI, Tier One Research Grant, 2012-2013, Northeastern University, for development of the Early Caribbean Digital Archive Project, $50K Jay Fliegelman Excellence in Mentorship Award 2010-2011, awarded by the Graduate Caucus of the American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies (ASECS) National Endowment for the Humanities Fellowship at the American Antiquarian Society, Worcester, MA, 2010-2011 Center for New World Comparative Studies Fellowship, John Carter Brown Library, Brown University, 2009 Society of Early Americanists Annual Essay Award, 2005 for Republican Theatricality and Transatlantic Empire Davis Educational Foundation Grant, Yale Electronic Libraries Initiative, 2005

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1 of 2 Terry A. Harpold Associate Professor of English, Film & Media Studies Department of English voice: (352) 392-6650, ext. 282 4008 Turlington Hall fax: (352) 392-0860 University of Florida Gainesville, FL 32611-7310 Education 1994. PhD, Comparative Literature and Literary Theory, University of Pennsylvania. 1987. AM, Comparative Literature and Literary Theory, University of Pennsylvania. 1983. BA, English, State University of New York, Stony Brook. (Entries for texts in press or published only in digital formats include approximate word counts.) Edited collection, book chapters & journal articles in press Michel Margot. Eds. Terry Harpold, Daniel Compre, and Volker Dehs. Amiens: Encrage from 8 countries. The volume includes my essay ers and Reading in the Illustrated Voyages extraordinaires. 9400 words, 26 figures, in press. Colossus: The Forbin Project and Vynlez zkzy ( A Deadly Invention, aka Invention of Destruction, The Fabulous World of Jules Verne When Worlds Collide: The Critical Companion to Science Fiction Film Adaptations. Eds. Peter Wright and Sue Short. Liverpool: Liverpool University Press. 1800 words + 1500 words in press. Verniana 7 (2014 15) 10,000 words, 50 figs, in press. Nouveaux Jonas: The Sources of Sans Dessus Dessous Caricature. Verniana 7 (201415) 2500 words, 2 figs, in press. Book in progress Journal articles, book chapters & reviews in progress Portentosa Africa AntiLe Village arien. 9,000 words, 4 figures To be submitted to Science Fiction Studies.

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2 of 2 -American Responses to a Forgotten Interview with To be submitted to Verniana To be submitted to Electronic Book Review Book Ex -foliations: Reading Machines and the Upgrade Path University of Minnesota Press, 2009 368 p., 65 figs. Reviewed in: Culture Machine (May 2009), Image & Narrative (June 2009), New Media & Society (November 2009), Leonardo Reviews (December 2009), American Literature (June 2010). Edited collection Guest Editor ( with Arthur B. Evans, Rob Latham, and George Slusser 2009 J. Lloyd Eaton Science Fiction Conference Extraordinary Voyages: Jules Verne and Beyond. Verniana 2 & 4 (2009 10, 201112). Selected Journal articles Digital Humanities Quarterly 6.2 (2012). 16,400 words, 9 figs. Verniana 4 (2011 12): 99 106. 3000 words 2 figs. De Verniaan (Dordrecht: Jules Verne Genootschap) 48 (2011): 8 16. 3 figs. Rpt. of Harpold 2005. The Historical Rupture in Verniana 3 (2010) . 1850 words Verniana 1 (2009): 31 42 . 6200 words, 3 figs. Game Studies 7.1 (2007) . 7500 words, 3 figs. Voyages extraordinaires : The Example of Le Superbe Ornoque ImageTexT 3.1 (2006) . 14,300 words, 19 figs. Un Intertexte sophoclen du Journey to the Center of the Earth Bulletin de la Socit Jules Verne (NS) 153 (2005): 33 35. IRIS (Centre de recherche sur l -Grenoble 3) 28 (2005): 157 68. 3 figs.

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JANE GILMER LANDERS Home: 817 Rodney Drive Office: Department of History, PMB 351802 Nashville, TN 37205 Vanderbilt University Phone: (615) 356-7542 Nashville, TN 37235-1802 http://www.vanderbilt.edu/historydept/landers.html jane.landers@vanderbilt.edu PROFESSIONAL POSITIONS: Gertrude Conaway Vanderbilt Professor of History, 2011Professor of History, Department of History, Vanderbilt University, 2010-;Associate Professor, Department of History, Vanderbilt University, 1999 ; Grants Officer, Vanderbilt International Office, 2006-2007;Associate Dean, College of Arts & Science, Vanderbilt University, 2001-2004 ; Interim Director, Study Abroad Office, Vanderbilt University, 2001-2002; Director, Center for Latin American and Iberian Studies, Vanderbilt University, 2000-02; 2011-12;Assistant Professor, Department of History, Vanderbilt University, 1992-1999 National Director, History Teaching Alliance, 1988-1991 Adjunct Assistant Professor, Department of History, University of Florida, 1988-1991 EDUCATION: University of Florida, Ph.D. Latin American Colonial History, 1988 University of Miami, M.A. Inter-American Studies, 1974 B.A. Hispanic American Studies, 1968 cum laude PUBLICATIONS: Books Atlantic Creoles in the Age of Revolutions (Harvard University Press, 2010, 2011). A History of the Atlantic World, 1400-1888, with Alison Games, Douglas R. Egerton, Kris E. Lane and Donald R. Wright (Harlan Davidson, 2007). Slaves, Subjects, and Subversives: Blacks in Colonial Latin America ed. Jane G. Landers and Barry M. Robinson (Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 2006). Colonial Plantations and Economy in Florida ed. Jane G. Landers (Gainesville: University Press of Florida, 2000, 2001). Black Society in Spanish Florida (Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1999, 2001, 2002, 2005 ). Against the Odds: Free Blacks in the Slave Societies of the Americas ed. Jane Landers (London: Frank Cass & Co., Ltd., 1996) The African American Heritage of Florida, ed. David Colburn and Jane Landers (Gainesville: University Press of Florida, 1995, 1998). Books in Progress African Kingdoms, Black Republics, and Free Black Towns across the Iberian Atlantic Atlantic Transformations: The Many Lives of Georges Biassou and Jean-Francois Papillon, Forgotten Leaders of the Slave Revolt in Saint Domingue Nathan I. Huggins Lecture Series

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LANDERS HONORS and AWARDS: African Kingdoms, Black Republics, and Free Black Towns across the Iberian Atlantic, American Council of Learned Societies Fellowship, African Kingdoms, Black Republics, and Free Black Towns across the Iberian Atlantic, $65,000, 2013 of ered Archives Programme, $65,635, 2013 Atlantic Creoles in the Age of Revolution, Honorable Mention, Conference on Latin American History, Bolton-Johnson Prize for Best Book on Latin American History and Florida Historical Society, Rembert Patrick Award, 2011 Foundation, Sawyer Seminar on the Comparative Study of Cultures, $145,700, 2011 Creating a Digital Archive of a Circum-Caribbean Trading Entrept: Notarial Records from La Guajira Robert Penn Warren Center for the Humanities Fellow, $5000, 2011-12 National Endowment for the Humanities Fellowship, $38,700 and Gilder Lehrman Center for the Study of Slavery, Resistance and Abolition, Yale University, $3200, 2010 and Vanderbilt University Research Scholar Fellowship Co Historic St. Augustine Research Institute, Research Grant, Free Black Community in Exile in Cuba 2008 National Endowment for the Humanities Fellowship for University Teachers, $40,000, 2005-2006 National Endowment for the Humanities, Collaborative Research Grant, Ecclesiastical Sources and Historical Research on the African Diaspora in Brazil and Cuba $150,000, 2003-06 Black Society in Spanish Florida Southern Historical Association, Frances B. Simkins Prize, Distinguished First Book in Southern History & CHOICE Outstanding Academic Title, 2001 Center for Latin American Studies, University of Florida, Research and Travel Grant, 2001 Lydia Cabrera Award, Conference on Latin American History, $5000, 2000 Vanderbilt University Research and Travel Grants, 1993, 1995, 1998, 1999 National Endowment for the Humanities, Summer Stipend, $5000, 1997 Robert Penn Warren Center for the Humanities Fellow, $4000, 1993-4, 1996-7, 2000-1 African American Heritage of Florida, Florida Historical Society, Rembert Patrick Book Award, American Association of State and Local History Commendation, 1995 Latin American Microform Proje ct $7500, 1995 (to microfilm records in Havana & Matanzas, Cuba) Program for Cultural Cooperation between Spain's Ministry of Culture and United States' Universities, Research and Travel Grants to Spain, 1995, 1998 Vanderbilt University Research Council, Small Grants Award, 1996, 1999, 2000, 2006 Latin American Microform Project, Travel Grant to Cuba, 1994 Vanderbilt University Research Council Summer Award, 1993, 1996, 1999 National Endowment for the Humanities Fellowship for University Teachers, Gracia Real de Santa Teresa de Mose $30,000, 1991-1992; The Florida Historical Society President's Prize, 1988

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Leah Reade Rosenberg Department of English 2224 NE 9th Terrace P.O. Box 117310 Gainesville, FL 32609 University of Florida (352) 281 1248 Gainesville, FL 32611-7310 Tel: (352) 294-2848 Fax: (352) 392-0860 rosenber@ufl.edu Professional Appointments Associate Professor of English, University of Florida, 2008Assistant Professor of English, University of Florida, 2001 Assistant Professor of Englis h, Grinnell College, Fall 1999-2001 Education PhD, Comparative Literature. Cornell University, January 2000. MFA, Fiction. Brooklyn College, June 1991. BA, Classics. The Johns Hopkins University, June 1986. Books Beyond Windrush: Rethinking Postwar West Indian Literature co-edited with J.Dillon Brown (Washington University).under contract with University of Mississippi Press Nationalism and the Formation of Caribbean Literature (Palgrave October 2007) Articles 2010-2013 It's Enough to make any Woman Catch the next Plane to Barbados: Constructing the Postwar West Indies as Para dise. Forthcoming Third Text Watch How Dem Touris Like Fe Look: Touris t Photography and Cla ude McKays Jamaica. In On Writing and Photography eds. Karen Beckman and Liliane Weissberg. Minneapolis: U of Minnesota Press, 2012: pp. 41-68. Anglophone Caribbean Literature and the Canon in the Routledge Companion to Anglophone Caribbean Literature, eds. Alison Donnell and Michael Bucknor, July 2011: 347-355. The New Woman and The Dusky Strand: The Pl ace of Feminism and Womens Literature in Early Jamaican Nationalism. Feminist Review 95.1(July 2010):45-63. Tourism and the Birth of Jamaican Literature. Jamaica Journal 32.3 (Feb 2010): 46-51. Reviews and Miscellaneous 2010-2013 Review of Michael Niblett, The Caribbean Novel since 1945: Cultural Practice, Form, and the Nation-State. Forthcoming Ariel: A Review of International English Literature.

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2 Review of The Caribbean Short Story: Critical Perspectives Lucy Evans, Mark McWatt & Emma Smith (eds). Leeds, UK: Peepal Tree Press, 2010 in New West Indian Guide / Nieuwe West-Indische Gids. The Audacity of Faith: Creole Recitations Explained. Book Discussion of Creole Recitations: John Jacob Thomas and Colonial Formation in the Late Nineteen th Century Caribbean Faith Smith (2002). Small Axe 35 (Fall 2011):164-173. Claude McKay & Herbert de Lisser Blackwell Encyclopedia of Twentieth-Century American Fiction, January 2011. Awards and Grants 2010-2013 Course Development Grant, Latin American Studies Center, University of Florida, 2013 Latin American Studies Working Gr oup, member 2012-2013, convener fall 2013 Excellence Award for Digital Humanities, the Digital Library of the Caribbean, 2011 Library Enhancement Grant in the Humanities from the University of Florida Center for the Humanities and the Public Sphere, 2011. National Humanities Center Fellow, 2010-2011. Invited Lectures 2010-2013 Caribbean Women Writers and the Quarrel wi th History, Quarelling with Coloniality, Carifesta Redux, Tufts University, April 10, 2013. Snapshots of the New Riviera: A Handy Guide to Jamaican Nation Formation, Tourism, and Literature, 1890-1914. Americanist Speaker Se ries. Duke University, 13 April, 2011 Calypso in the World/ Island in the Sun. Islands, Images, Imaginaries: A Symposium. Duke University, 1-2 April, 2011. West Indians Expose White Lie, Claim Bela fonte as National Hero: The Unmaking of Island in the Sun in the Caribbean Press. The Juilliard School, 18 March, 2011. Mixing Horror with Ethnography: Tourism and the Re presentation of Haiti and Jamaica in the the 1930s. Center for Latin American a nd Caribbean Studies. Duke University, 10 November 2010. Selected Conference Papers 2012-2013 It's enough to make any Woman Catch the next Plane to Barbados: Constructing the Postwar West Indies as Paradise, 37th Annual Conference, the Society of Caribbean Studies, Warwick University, July, 2013. Pan-African, Postmodern, and More: New Appr oaches to the Windrush Generation and West Indian Feminism and Our Digital Future : A Partnership of Digital Libraries and Scholars, the 38th Annual Caribbean Studies Associ ation Conference, Grand Anse Grenada, June, 2013.

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Jason Steuber Samuel P. Harn Museum of Art University of Florida EXPERTISE Asian art curator and art historian with peer-reviewed publications focused on the histories of museum collections and issues of provenance. PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE 2008 present Cofrin Curator of Asian Art Samuel P. Harn Museum of Art University of Florida Gainesville, FL 2006 2007 Leverhulme Trust Visiting Fellow Glasgow University Glasgow, Scotland 2005 2006 Adjunct Assistant Professor of Art History Johnson County Community College Overland Park, KS 2002 2006 Assistant Curator of Chinese Art The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art Kansas City, MO 2001 2006 Adjunct Instructor University of Missouri-Kansas City Kansas City, MO 1998 2001 Curatorial Assistant The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art Kansas City, MO 1997 1998 Research Assistant The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art Kansas City, MO 1994 1996 Chinese Art Student Intern The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art Kansas City, MO

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SELECT PUBLICATIONS P. Harn Arts of Asia Vol. 39 No. 6 (November-December 2009), 112-124. (Co-authored with Allysa Browne). Asian Art, Defining Gender Roles: World War II, Women Curators and the Politics Journal of the History of Collections Vol. 20 Issue 2 (2008), 291-303 (Co-authored with Chelsea Schlievert). cernment and Connoisseurship: The Frederick L. Gordon Collection of Orientations (June 2007), 43-51. The Burlington Magazine (August 2006), 528-536. Apollo Vol. CLXII, No. 525 (November 2005), 56-67. Contributor and copy-editor to two-volume Archaeology in the Twentieth Century (Yale University Press, London and New Haven, 2004). EDUCATION M.A. East Asian Languages and Cultures, University of Kansas. 1996. B.A. Chinese History; B.A. East Asian Languages and Cultures, University of Kansas. 1993.

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ANDREW J.TORGETDepartment of History | Wooten Hall 225 | 1155 Union Circle | University of North Texas Denton, TX 76203 | (434) 996 5741 | andrewtorget@gmail.com EDUCATION Ph.D., American History, University of Virginia, August 2009. POSITIONS Assistant Professor of History, University of North Texas, 2009 present. Director, Digital Scholarship Lab, University of Richmond, 2007 2009. Project Director, Virginia Center for Digital History, University of Virginia, 2003 2009. SELECTED AWARDS AND FELLOWSHIPS David J. Weber Researc h Fellow for the Study of Southwestern America, William Clements Center for Southwest St udi es, Southwestern Methodist University, 2011 2012 (inaugural recipient). NITLE Community Contribution Award, for work on History Engine 2009. Classics Award for History, Multimedia Educational Resource for Learning and Online Teaching (MERLOT), forwork on the Valley of th e Shadow Project 2005. Southern Fellowship, University of Virgi n ia, 2001 2004. SELECTED RESEARCH GRANTS Mapping Historical Texts: Combining Text Mining and Geo Visualization to Unlock the Research Potential of Historical Newspapers, National Endowment for the Humanities, Digital Humanities Start Up Grant, Level 2, 2010 2011. Designated a We the People project by th e NEH. 11 percent of proje c ts were funded. Visualizing the Past: Tools and Techniques for Understanding Historical Processes, National Endowment for the Humanities, Digital Humanities Start Up Grant, Level 1, 2008 2009. 13 percent of projects were funded. NITLE Ins tructional Innovation Grant, to support and develop the History Engine project, 2008 2009. National Ins titute for Technology and Liberal Education Grant, to support and develop the History Engine project, 2007 2008. SELECTED SCHOLARSHIP Mapping Texts: Visualizing American Historical Newspapers and Building New Windows into Digitized Newspapers, in Journal of Digital Humanities 1:3 (Summer 2012), first au thor (with Jon Christensen). Topic Modeling on Historical Newspapers, peerreviewed and published in the conference proceedings of the Association for Computational Linguistics workshop on Language Technology for Cultural Heritage, Social Sciences, and Humanities (ACL LATECH 2011), June 2011, pp. 96104. Second author (with Tze I Yan g and Rada Mihal cea). Mapping Texts: Visualizing Historical Newspapers Co Director, 2010 Present

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Andrew J. Torget, Curriculum Vitae, Page 2 http://www.MappingTexts.org Texas Slavery Project, Founder and Director, 2004 Present http://www.TexasSlaveryProject.org Voting America: United States Politics, 1840 2008 Director, 2006 2009 http://www.AmericanPast.org/voting The Valley of the Shadow Project Project Manager and Co Editor, 2003 2007 http://valley.lib.virginia.edu/ SELECTED PAPERS AND PRESENTATIONS Digital History: State of the Field, roun dtable panelist at the annual me eting of the American Historical Association, January 2012. Experiments in Twenty First Century Research and Teaching, a paper presented at the annual Coalition for Networked Information conference, December 2008. The Promise and Perils of Doing History in the Digital Age, a pr esentation made at Duke Univers ity, October 2013. Understanding the Digital Humanities, a presentation made at Texas A&M University, October 2013. The Promise and Perils of Digitized Historical Newspapers, a presentation made at the Digital Humanities Center and the Summersell Center for the Study of the South at the University of Alabama, Feb ruary 2013. What Does Ten Million Words Look Like? a prese ntation made to the Library of Congress, National Digital Newspaper Program, Washington, D. C., September 2012. Does the Digital Revolution Mean the End of the Humanities? a presentation made at Rice University, April 2010. Collaborative Digital Scholarship: Can Historians Survive the Twe nty First Century? a presentation made at the Stanford Hum a nities Center, Stanford University, January 2010. Digital Scholarship and What It Means for Your Campus, Chronicle of Higher Education Technology Forum, Washington, D. C., April 2009. What If We Could See History? a presentation made at Harvards Digital Hu manities Initiative, Harvard University, February 2008.

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Willumson 1 GLENN G. WILLUMSON 9821 SW 55 th Road University of Florida Gainesville, FL 32608 School of Art and Art History 352 273 3072 P.O. Box 115801 gwillumson@arts.ufl.edu Gainesville, FL 32611 5801 352 392 0201, ext. 234 Employment 2010 Professor of Art History 2013 16 2001 2010 Florida Foundation Research Professor Associate Professor of Art History 1993 2001 Affiliate Associate Professor, Art History, The Pennsylvania State University 1992 2001 Curator, Palmer Museum of Art, The Pennsylvania State University Senior Curator (1997 2001) Curator of Collections (1992 1996) 1990 Visiting Professor, Department of Art History, University of California, Irvine 1988 1992 Curator for the History of Photography and American Art, J. Paul Getty Research Institute 1987 National Writing Project Fellow 1985 1986 Copy Editor, University Art Museum, University of California 1982 1983 Assistant Curator, Nelson Art Gallery, University of California, Davis 1971 1981 Teacher, California Secondary Schools Mentor Teacher (1977 1981) Lifetime Teaching Credential, State of California (1976) Education Doctor of Philosophy in Art History, University of California, Santa Barbara. 1988 Major Field : Modern art: emphasis in history of photography and American art Minor Field : Baroque art Dissertation "W. Eugene Smith: A Critical Analysis of Four Photographic Essays." Master of Arts in Art History, University of California, Davis. 1984 Thesis "Alfred A. Hart: Photographer of the Transcontinental Railroad." Bachelor of Arts in English, cum laude St. Mary's College, Moraga, California. 1971

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Willumson 2 Selected Publications History Now February, 2014 Guest Curator, Double Exposure: Photography and the Transcontinental Railroad California State Railroad Museum, September 14-2013-October 5, 2014 in Papel Alpha 910 (2013), pp. 137 53 Iron Muse: Photographing the Transcontinental Railroad Berkeley: University of California Press, 2013 (Awarded a Publication Grant from the Viva Foundation) The Crocker Art Museum Collection Unveiled ed. Scott Shields (Sacramento: Crocker Art Museum, 2010), 11-21 Framing the West (New Haven: Yale University Press, 2010), 175-86 From Periphery to Center: Art Museum Education in the 21st Century edited by Patricia Villeneuve. Reston, VA: National Art Education Association, 2007 Contribution of Historic Preservation to the Quality of Life in Florida: Technical Report Tallahassee: Florida Department of State, 2006, section V, unpaginated (32 pages) Curator, History Past, History Present: The Daguerreotype Portrait in America Palmer Museum of Art, Penn State, January 2001 "The Photo-Album as Cultural Artifact," an essay in L'Album Photographique: Historire & conservation d'un objet Paris: Section franaise de l'Institut international de conservation, 2000, pp. 39-48 (Revised, translated, and published in Papel Alpha 9 10; 2013) Museum International no. 206 (vol. 52/no. 2), (April-June 2000), pp. 15-19. Translated into French, Spanish, Portuguese, Russian, and Arabic Selected Service National Endowment for the Arts Grant, Advisory Board, Oakland Museum, Oakland, California, 2013Florida State Representative to the Association of Academic Museums and Galleries, 2012Canal National Endowment for the Humanities Grant Advisory Board and Southeast Representative, Committee on Museum Professional Training, American Alliance of Museums, 2011

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The Foundation for The Gator Nation An Equal Opportunity Institution Office of Information Technology New Physics Building Research Computing 2001 Museum Road Gainesville, FL 32611-8435 352-392-6980 February 10, 2014 Mark V. Sullivan Head of Digital Development & Web Services George A. Smathers Libraries, University of Florida PO Box 117000, Gainesville, FL 32611 Laurie N. Taylor, PhD Digital Humanities & Data Librarian George A. Smathers Libraries, University of Florida PO Box 117000, Gainesville, FL 32611 Dear Mark and Laurie: I am writing to confirm my participation as a schol arly advisor for and writing in strong support of your proposed National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) Digital Humanities Implementation Grant, which focuses on developing new technical supports for hosting, managing and storing humanities data, with development done iterativel y through close consultation with humanities scholars. With my responsibility to provide cyberinfrastructu re for researchers at the University of Florida and within the Sunshine State Education and Re search Computing Alliance (SSERCA) across the State, I am keenly aware of the need for tools and infrastructure to support collaborative work. The build such systems takes effort as well as interaction with the community being served to make sure that real needs are being met. With the strong role played by networks and computers in everyday life, researchers have high expectations for the usability and efficiency of any tools being developed, including the tools to do their work. To make data ready for long term preservation and to make it more useful for collaboration has to start the moment the data is gathered or created; it is too expensive to do it later. I am very excited about the proposed project and wish you good luck in getting it funded. Sincerely, Erik Deumens Director Research Computing

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!Department of English Phone: 617 3734540 4 05 Lake Hall Fax: 617 3732509!360 Huntington Avenue http://www.english.neu.edu/ Boston, MA 02115 5000! February 16 2014 Mark V. Sullivan Head of Digital Development & Web Services George A. Smathers Libraries University of Florida PO Box 117000, Gainesville, FL 32611 Laurie N. Taylor, PhD Digital Humanities & Data Librarian George A. Smathers Libraries University of Florida PO Box 117000, Gainesville, FL 32611 Dear Mark V. Sullivan and Laurie N. Taylor : I am writing to confirm my participation as a scholarly advisor for and writing in strong support of your proposed National Endowment for the Humaniti es (NEH ) Digital Humanities Implementation Grant, which focuses on developing new technical supports for hosting, managing and storing humanities data, with development done iteratively through close consultation with humanities scholars. I am Professor of English at Northeastern University and also serve as the Co Director of the NULab for Texts, Maps, and Networks at Northeastern. My own area of literary expertise is the eighteenth century Atlantic world, including colonial North America and the Carib bean. I am currently working on creating a large scale archive of digital texts and images from the early Caribbean the Early Caribbean Digital Archive (ECDA). We have developed a very fruitful partnership with the Dig ital Library of the Caribbean (dLOC) the technical infrastructure of which is provided by the University of Florida Libraries. This partnership has involved sharing open access materials between collections, but as importantly, has also involved sharing knowledge and ideas around matters o f creating, curating, and hosting digital collections. Given University of Florida Libraries strong track record in working collaboratively and innovatively in the area of digital collections and knowledge production, I am eager to see them move forwar d with work proposed in this grant. This project will enable humanities scholars working with digital materials to both securely store and retain data as well as to use that data in new and productive ways. In effect, this proposal addresses two importan t needs simultaneously that of preserving digital data and that of making accessible digital data in formats that will be of immediate (and long term) use to humanities scholars. It is particularly attractive that the platform proposed will work with othe r repositories as well; accordingly, the value of this work will extend well beyond the University of Florida Libraries. I strongly support the grant proposal and I am excited about joining the panel of scholars who will work with librarians in developin g this platform. The proposed method of building the platform in iterative

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! consultation with scholars from a variety of humanities disciplines seems to me a model for how such work can be most productively engaged. Sincerely, Elizabeth Maddock Dillon Professor of English Co Director, NULab for Texts, Maps, and Networks Northeastern University e.dillon@neu.edu

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The Foundation for The Gator Nation An Equal Opportunity Institution College of Liberal Arts & Sciences 025 Keene-Flint Hall Department of History PO Box 117320 Gainesville, FL 32611-7320 352392-0271 352392-0627 Fax February 12, 2014 Mark V. Sullivan Head of Digital Development & Web Services George A. Smathers Libraries University of Florida PO Box 117000, Gainesville, FL 32611 Laurie N. Taylor, PhD Digital Humanities & Data Librarian George A. Smathers Libraries University of Florida PO Box 117000, Gainesville, FL 32611 Dear Mark V. Sullivan and Laurie N. Taylor: I am writing to confirm my participation as a scholarly advisor for and writing in strong support of your proposed National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) Digital Humanities Implementation Grant, which focuses on developing new technical supports for hosting, managing and storing humanities data, with development done iteratively through close consultation with humanities scholars. As a specialist of Cuba and the modern Caribbean, I have conducted extensive research on the late nineteenthand twentieth-century history of Cuba and Puerto Rico in Cuba's Archivo Nacional, several provincial archives, a number of Cuban academic institutions including the Biblioteca Nacional, the Institutuo de Historia and the Academia de Ciencias as well as Puerto Rico's general archive, the US National Archives and the US Library of Congress. I am deeply committed to expanding access and ensuring conservation of the historical and documentary treasures of these countries as they reveal a complex political and cultural process of struggle whose relevance to these societies remains immeasurable. Sincerely, Lillian Guerra, Ph.D. Professor, Cuban & Caribbean History Department of History Director, Cuba Program Center for Latin American Studies University of Florida

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The Foundation for The Gator Nation An Equal Opportunity Institution College of Liberal Arts & Sciences 4008 Turlington Hall Department of English P.O. Box 117310 Gainesville, FL 32611 Voice: 352-392-6650 Fax: 352-392-0860 February 12, 2014 Mark V. Sullivan Head of Digital Development & Web Services George A. Smathers Libraries, University of Florida PO Box 117000, Gainesville, FL 32611 Laurie N. Taylor, PhD Digital Humanities & Data Librarian George A. Smathers Libraries, University of Florida PO Box 117000, Gainesville, FL 32611 Dear Mark V. Sullivan and Laurie N. Taylor: I am writing to confirm my participation as a scholarl y advisor for, and writing in strong support of, your proposed National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) Digital Humanities Im plementation Grant, which focuses on developing new technical supports for ho sting, managing and storing humanities data, with development done iteratively through close co nsultation with humanities scholars. This project touches on several areas of my current work in the digital humanities, namely digital archivy and curation, and the development of large humanities data sets for purposes of data mining and information visualization. A project of this kind will be essential to the development of new methods of literary study and production, and will serve extremely well the emergence in our disciplines (and at UF, specifically) of a new understanding and analysis of readerly and wr iterly practices in the digital field. I congratulate you both on taking the lead in this unde rtaking and on choosing to work closely with UF faculty to insure that the projects initial phases are oriented by our research and teaching missions. I am thrilled to play a part in this and look forward to working with you and the other members of the Scholarly Advisory Group in the coming years.

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Sincerely, Terry Harpold Associate Professor of English, Film & Media Studies Director of Graduate Student Teaching & General Education

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February 12, 2014 Mark V. Sullivan Head of Digital Development & Web Services George A. Smathers Libraries, University of Florida PO Box 117000, Gainesville, FL 32611 Laurie N. Taylor, PhD Digital Humanities & Data Librarian George A. Smathers Libraries, University of Florida PO Box 117000, Gainesville, FL 32611 Dear Mark and Laurie: I am writing to confirm my participation as a scholarly advisor for and writing in strong support of your proposed National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) Digital Humanities Implementation Grant, which focuses on developing new technical supports for hosting, managing and storing humanities data, with development done iteratively through close consultation with humanities scholars. As you know, my scholarly expertise is in Latin American colonial history, and specifically on the history of Africans in Latin America and the Atlantic World. My research was launched in the wonderful Special Collections of the University of Florida where I did my graduate work. The contacts and support I received from Special Collections and the Department of History enabled me to begin working on preserving endangered documentary collections in Cuba, initially with a LAMP grant. I have been working for over a decade now on digital preservations projects in Latin America, initially with funding from the National Endowment for the Humanities Collaborative Research program and more recently with grants from the British Library Endangered Archives Programme and the support of Vanderbilt University. These projects would not have been possible without the collaboration of librarians both at Vanderbilt and at the University of Florida, and it seems an obvious need that researchers and librarians collaborate on future projects of this nature. I give this project proposal my strongest support. Sincerely, Jane Landers Gertrude Conaway Vanderbilt Professor of History http://www.vanderbilt.edu/esss/index.php Vanderbilt University Nashville, TN 37235-1802 Jane.landers@vanderbilt.edu

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February 12, 2014 Mark V. Sullivan Head of Digital Development & Web Services George A. Smathers Libraries, University of Florida PO Box 117000, Gainesville, FL 32611 Laurie N. Taylor, PhD Digital Humanities & Data Librarian George A. Smathers Libraries, University of Florida PO Box 117000, Gainesville, FL 32611 Dear Mark V. Sullivan and Laurie N. Taylor: I am writing to confirm my participation as a scholarly advisor for and writing in strong support of your proposed National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH ) Digital Humanities Implementation Grant, which focuses on developing new technical supports for hosting, managing and storing humanities data, with development done iteratively through close consultation with humanities scholars. I am particularly excited about this grant because it would address the needs of faculty and researchers in the humanities in general and in my interdisciplinary field, Caribbean studies in particular. I work in Caribbean literary and cultural history. In the past decade an enormous number of historical and cultural books, images, and other documents have been digitized in Caribbean studies, allowing scholars in a number of fields ( e.g. history, literature, political science, art history, and anthropology) to significantly expand our understanding of Caribbean history and culture. Ensuring that this data is available as well as materials to explain it to scholars and students is critical if the field is going to make full use of the expansion in available data. I have been working with Taylor and Sullivan to identify materials to be digitized for Caribbean studies and to provide ancillary materials for scholars and instructors (including digital humanities projects referred to in the grant as well as simply finding aids, lesson plans, annotations) since 2007. The collection we have worked on, the Digital Library of the Caribbean ( www.dloc.com ) which is part of the University of Florida, digital collections ( http://ufdc.ufl.edu/ ) has increased in primary historical and cultural documents significantly in this period. With the help of Laurie Taylor and other UF librarians, I along with my students and colleagues have developed a collection of teaching guides. I am currently working with Dr. Donette Francis (University of Miami) and Professor Rhonda Cobham-Sander (Amherst College) to develop a course in Caribbean literature Panama Silver, Asian Gold: This course addresses the material history, the literary representation, and the historiography of the migration of indentured Asians to the Caribbean and of West Indian workers to Panama to work on the Canal projects. The course materials (such as syllabi, assignments, contextual and analytical information for instructors) are being made available through www.dloc.com The course trains students to use primary historical documents to enhance their literary analysis and to produce finding guides, enhanced metadata, and digital exhibits to provide future instructors materials for teaching these materials and future scholars more support in using these materials. The course was taught

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collaboratively between the three institutions in fall 2014; we are planning to teach it again in fall 2015 and the instructors are developing a digital humanities project based on the research we have done for the course This Humanities (NEH) Digital Humanities Implementation Grant has my full support. Sincerely, Leah Rosenberg Associate Professor University of Florida

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PO Box 112700 SW 34th Street and Hull Road Gainesville, FL 32611-2700 T 352.392.9826 F 352.392.3892 www.harn.ufl.edu An Equal Opportunity Institution February 13, 2014 Mark V. Sullivan Head of Digital Development & Web Services George A. Smathers Libraries University of Florida PO Box 117000, Gainesville, FL 32611 Laurie N. Taylor, PhD Digital Humanities & Data Librarian George A. Smathers Libraries University of Florida PO Box 117000, Gainesville, FL 32611 Dear Mark V. Sullivan and Laurie N. Taylor: I am writing to confirm my participation as a scholarly advisor for and writing in strong support of your proposed National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) Digital Humanities Implementation Grant, which focuses on developing new technical supports for hosting, managing and storing humanities data, with development done iteratively through close consultation with humanities scholars. As my area of expertise is Asian art and the histories of collecting Asian art, the availability of research data is crucial to my work since I deal with a national and international array of scholars in the humanities. We share information but our work and teaching would be greatly enhanced with better means to host information, images, and archives. As a leader in the Asian art field located on a university campus, my goal is to not only meet museum collection needs but to enhance academic possibilities of resources that are easily shared. My current projects that coordinate research data and collections would be enhanced by new technical supports. For example, Discover Florida: Connecting Asian Art Collections http://ufdc.ufl.edu/asia1/portal, is an example that could benefit vastly from improved data-sharing. Having worked previously with you and the Smathers, I believe that your team will be fully capable of meeting all requirements and successfully fulfilling your goals. The current research that is ongoing in the Asian art field would benefit greatly from this project. As such, I am fully in support of it and look forward to participating. Sincerely, Jason Steuber Cofrin Curator of Asian Art

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February 14, 2014 Mark V. Sullivan Head of Digital Development & Web Services George A. Smathers Libraries University of Florida PO Box 117000, Gainesville, FL 32611 Laurie N. Taylor, PhD Digital Humanities & Data Librarian George A. Smathers Libraries University of Florida PO Box 117000, Gainesville, FL 32611 Dear Mark V. Sullivan and Laurie N. Taylor: I am writing to confirm my participation as a scholarly advisor for and writing in strong support of your proposed National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH ) Digital Humanities Implementation Grant, which focuses on developing new technical supports for hosting, managing and storing humanities data, with development done iteratively through close consultation with humanities scholars. I have spent the last decade working as both a digital scholar and humanities researcher, building large-scale digital projects such as the Valley of the Shadow and Mapping Texts projects which depend on large-scale humanities-oriented datasets. An d during that time I have come to appreciate how badly the humanities needs to develop new, sustainable, and long-term methods for curating, disseminating and hosting those datasets. This is vital to the long-term survival of born-digital research, of course, but also to enabling scholars from across the disciplines to harness and use datasets collected and created by their colleagues for other projects. In other words, this project promises to move the humanities toward greater sharing of data, and a more sustainable platform for making available some of the most important outputs of any scholarly endeavor: allowing others to repurpose, explore, and build upon our data sets. And it promises to do so in a sustainable way, which will provide humanities scholars the tools they need to push forward with innovative research rather than find themselves (as we so often do, currently) bogged down in the challenges of finding their own individual solutions for curating and hosting their datasets.

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In short, I think this is a vitally important project and I gladly offer whatever services I can toward its success. Sincerely, Andrew J. Torget Assistant Professor, Department of History Director, Digital History Lab University of North Texas

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February 15, 2014 Glenn Willumson School of Art and Art History PO Box 115801 Gainesville, FL 32611 Dear Mark V. Sullivan and Laurie N. Taylor: I am writing to confirm my participation as a scholarly advisor for and writing in strong support of your proposed National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH ) Digital Humanities Implementation Grant, which focuses on developing new technical supports for hosting, managing and storing humanities data, with development done iteratively through close consultation with humanities scholars. The proposed project rightly frames the need for technical development within the context of the scholarly needs for how the technologies will be used. The grounding of the technologies in being designed with and for the users is of great importance. The importance of user engagement is all the more critical given the current problems in humanities data management, where data and digital research projects are already handled in complicated manners because of the lack of technical supports. The new modules to be developed from this project rightfully recognize: 1) technology must be usable and useful by scholars for their needs and their community needs; and, 2) new scholarly technologies must also leverage and integrate with existing systems (in this case, digital libraries and institutional repositories which already provide a great deal of digital research support) in order to ensure sustainability. Sustainability is particularly critical because the technical portion of this grant will result in technology that will serve as part of the foundational scholarly cyberinfrastructure for supporting new digital scholarly research practices and, perhaps most important, support developing culture of data literacy in the humanities. Drawing attention to how academic research libraries and scholars can unite, developing new tools specifically for humanities research needs along with the concomitant policies and procedural supports is an essential facet of your proposal because it supports developing a greater culture of data literacy among scholars, librarians, technologists, and other collaborators. This will be most welcome as other academic institutions consider similar integrative strategies for Digital Humanities research with scholars and librarians, and for digital scholarship and data management/curation needs across all fields As national conversations take place about the changing roles of libraries and the importance of sharing and preserving data and other digital research collections, to make them accessible to scholars worldwide and to build toward a stronger overall scholarly cyberinfrastructure for the humanities, basing a Digital Humanities Implementation Grant at the University of Florida is warranted. With highly respected international collaborative digital libraries and programs (including the Digital Library of the Caribbean or dLOC, www.dloc.com ), active collaboration on campus-wide data support by the Libraries an Research Computing, an active Digital Humanities Working Group open to all at UF, and the

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relatively new Digital Humanities Library Group focused on enhancing Digital Humanities support and capacity within the Libraries, all the supportive components for success of this venture are in place. This project is particularly impressive because of the mix of expertise by the investigators. Mark Sullivan, the PI, is the Lead Developer on the internationally recognized SobekCM Open Source Software for digital libraries and digital scholarship projects. Mark is also Digital Curation Director and lead trainer, and has an impressive array of research publications and grants on humanities concerns with digital libraries and scholarly collaboration. Laurie Taylor, the Co-PI, is the Digital Humanities Librarian at UF and a recognized leader on Digital Humanities and data management and curation concerns in the humanities and other fields. Broad experience, national and international engagement with library, technical, and scholarly communities make them excellent Investigators for leading this ambitious and important project Further, UF is partner institution for infrastructural needs on many grants that highlight Digital Humanities, Data Curation, and library-scholar collaboration, such that UF provides the stature to be a respected conduit for disseminating the results of this process to an international audience. Having worked closely with you on the digitization and web component of the photographs of the transcontinental railroad, I know that you and your staff can provide the support necessary to fulfill your grant responsibilities. You are engaged, energetic and collaborative partners in all your endeavors, and you have the skills, knowledge and experience to develop useful new technologies that serve scholarly needs and meet requirements by libraries for support and sustainability. For my scholarly community, I can assure you that this project will be warmly welcomed by researchers and teachers. I have worked on specific digital humanities project with the Oakland Museum of California and at the University of Florida. I look forward to the opportunity to examine more broadly the issues that these collaborative projects have raised. You have my complete support and collaboration, and I wish you success in the proposal process. Sincerely, Director of the graduate program in Museum Studies Florida Foundation Research Professor of Art History

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11 February 2014 Mark V. Sullivan Head, Digital Development & Web Services George A. Smathers Libraries University of Florida PO Box 117000 Gainesville, Florida 32611 Dear Mark, I am writing to express my excitement and support for the project you are developing with Laurie Taylor for an NEH Digital Humanities Implementation grant application. Your proposal addresses an urgent emerging issue within the digital humanities. Given the amount of data being produced in institutional repositories, we desperately need a solution for archiving and making public the work humanities scholars accomplish each year. I say this as an advocate of open access and the public humanities, as well as a scholar who wants his work to impact everyday people. If we want more scholars creating work for the public, we need better tools for managing the data they produce. Before I started work at Washington State University, I spent a year as an Andrew W. Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow at Emory University Library working with faculty to develop internally-funded digital humanities (DH) alized the projects within a one-year development cycle and had no real plan for long-term sustainability. Of course, these issues were compounded by the fact that faculty were concerned about releasing data before publishing their research, and Emory had its own proprietary issues surrounding the data. The construction of a repository infrastructure would not only alleviate many of these common problems at DH centers but also emphasize a culture of institutional collaboration for humanities scholars who may otherwise be reticent to share their data. I am pleased to see you taking a leadership role in addressing a concern that impacts all of us. Your proposal has my strongest endorsement. Sincerely, Roger Whitson Assistant Professor of English Washington State University

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Building Cultures of Data Management through Integrative Approaches to Humanities Research University of Florida Appendix: Selected bibliography for further information on relevant current activities and practices UF Overview of SobekCM data support: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00017907/00001/pdf UF campus-wide Data Management/Curation Task Force: o All materials, http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00014835/ o Needs Assessment Survey, Fall 2013: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00014835/00014/pdf o Facilitated discussion assessment for humanities researchers: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00013948/ o Report, Dataverse Network Pilot Project with SURA Research Data Management: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00014835/00009/pdf Digital Humanities at UF o Library Digital Humanities: http://library.ufl.edu/digitalhumanities o Ce nter for the Humanities & the Public Sphere: http://www.humanities.ufl.edu/digitalhum.html o Digital Humanities Library Group (approved proposal which developed out of the Data Task Force activities to focus on the humanities): http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00014835/00030/pdf Overview on Data Management Support from the UF Libraries with the IR@UF & More: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00017119/00018/pdf UF Digital Humanities & Data Team Model with Library Liaisons: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00017119/00021/pdf UNT UNT Scholarly Works Repository http://digital.library.unt.edu/scholarlyworks/ UNT Data Repository http://digital.library.unt.edu/datarepository/ Selected Research Publications & Presentations on SobekCM Software and Services Gathering Lost Things and Connecting Lone Researchers: SobekCM and Digital Humanities Collaborations with the Librarians and Scholars C onference Presentation Proposal for data Driven: Digital Humanities in the Library, 2014: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00019270/00001/pdf . Geneseo, NY: Milne Library at SUNY Geneseo and the Monroe County Library System. 2013. http://www.dloc.com/AA00016370/00001/pdf Lois J. Widmer, Laurie N. Taylor, and Mark V. Sullivan. "Florida Digital Newspaper Library: Library and Publisher Partnerships for Access and Preservation," Florida Libraries (Fall 2012: 55/2), 15 17: . B rooke Wooldridge, Laurie Taylor, and Mark Sullivan. "Managing an Open Access, Multi Institutional, International Digital Library," Resource Sharing & Information Networks (2009: 35 44): and . Val Davis, Laurie Taylor, Stephen Williams, Dina Benson, Sara Russell Gonzalez, and Mark

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Building Cultures of Data Management through Integrative Approaches to Humanities Research University of Florida ational Conference on Digital Libraries, 2010: . Selected Documentation myUFDC & myDLOC Digital Collection Manager/Curator Tools. Smathers Libraries. 2010: . SobekCM User Guide. Smathers Libraries and Digital Library of the Caribbean. 2013: . 2013: . Metadata Training Materials: Presentation Slides, Handout, and Assessment. UF Digital Collections and Digital Library of the Caribbean. 2012: . Digital Library of the Caribbean Training Manual. Digital Library of the Caribbean. 2011: .

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T1: Project Initiation T2: Primary Tool Development T3: Promotion and Training Sept 2014 Nov 2014 Jan 2015 March 2015 May 2015 July 2015 Sept 2015 Nov 2015 Jan 2016 March 2016 May 2016 July 2016 Sept 2016 Nov 2016 Jan 2017 March 2017 May 2017 July 2017 Sept 2017 Initial Kick-Off Meeting Initial Survey Primary Implementation of Tools Integration Testing (UNT) Annual In-Depth Project Evaluation Promotion and Training Final Survey and Analysis Final Meeting Final Report and White Paper Recurring Advisory Committee Meetings T4: Final Evaluation and Report Instructional Video Development Final In-Depth Project Evaluation

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Page 1 of 6 Overview Software Developers for the SobekCM Open Source Software 1 have begun adding data support for specific data archiving (with versioning) needs, and with support for queries, searches, sorts, report generation, and other actions with archived data. About SobekCM The SobekCM software is a full suite of applications that power digital libraries, digital content/asset management, digital preservation, discoverability, online patron user tools, and workflow tools for integration with library and other web-scale systems, digital production, and digital curation. SobekCM is the software engine which powers many digital libraries, exhibits, digital production workflows, and more at institutions around the world including the Digital Library of the Caribbean (dLOC), Florida Digital Newspaper Library, the University of Florida Digital Collections (UFDC), and many others. SobekCM allows users to discover online resources via semantic and full-text searches, as well as a variety of different browse mechanisms. For each digital resource in the repository there are a plethora of display options, which may be selected by an appropriately authenticated use. This repository includes online metadata editing and online submissions in support of institutional repositories. Dataset Support in SobekCM: Prototype Development & Work to Date In October 2013, the Development Team for SobekCM at UF, led by Mark Sullivan, began adding prototype dataset support to the Institutional Repository @ UF ( IR@UF ). Prototype for final display of datasets (dataset with a single datatable) : http://ufdc.ufl.edu/IR00003504/00001 Prototype for dataset with multiple tables: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00017819/00001 Prototype for dataset codebook: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00017819/00001/dscodebook 1 SobekCM is released as open source software under the GNU GPL license, and is downloadable from the SobekCM Software Download Site, which also has complete information and technical and code documentation: http://sobek.ufl.edu/

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Page 2 of 6 Prototype for final display of datasets (dataset with a single datatable) Prototype for dataset with multiple tables

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Page 5 of 6 In these examples, everything (e.g., the code book, uniqueness and foreign key constraints, required fields, etc.) are derived from the XML schema included at the top of the XML. The The schema currently uses Microsoft as the extension schema, which is the first support with more to be added. Paging through the data in particular is powered by a back-end data provider which serves JSON to the jQuery datatable plug-in. This is becoming more of an interface norm for data services on user-focused enterprise service sites, and provides a familiar framework for users here for the data services. This interface will likely continue to be written in JavaScript/jQuery that reads JSON to draw the tables for example. Currently, the prototype HTML is written directly in C# code. Considerations for the IR@UF Presentation Clearly, a major part of the problem is normalizing Excel and CSV files into XML and retrieving information from the user about each row, how it should be searched, etc. Clicking on a single row doesn't retrieve the correct row, nor does it yet travel through the table relations to show information in related tables. For the interface as currently envisioned, this screen will include a button for and a button on the main view data screens to The input/edit forms are expected to be created directly from the XSD's information. The prototype is currently working with a XML NoSQL solution, but using the XSD solution with a SQL back-end should work well. The system could parse the XSD to discover the structure/codebook and everything else would be relatively similar. Instead of retrieving the data from the dataset derived from XML, it would be read into a dataset from SQL. The one difference is that only the data needed immediately for display would be retrieved from SQL (probably with paging through the data for handling big data). Considerations for System Integration with the Libraries, Research Computing, and/or Others In addition to considerations for the IR@UF presentation and functionality as powered by SobekCM, this SQL could reside on servers supported by the UF Libraries, Research Computing, and/or others. With additional collaborative development, the back-end would be able to use Hadoop or iRODS and the additional development would enable it for presentation.

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Page 6 of 6 Dataset Support in SobekCM: Next Phase Digital Development & Web Services Team with many SobekCM Developers) is planning to pursue an Emerging Technology Grant from within the Libraries, seeking $10,000 for developer salary. At this time, one of the developers on the Digital Development & Web Services Team is on grant funding, with a time gap between when the current grant project funding ends and the next begins. This presents the opportunity to immediately hire a skilled full-time developer for a specific project and defined timeframe, and Dataset support in SobekCM has been selected as the appropriate project for this period. The proposed project for the Emerging Technology Grant will focus on adding support for simple visualizations including simple graphs and mapping, possibly similar to CKAN. 2 Dataset Support in SobekCM : Immediate Next Steps For the immediate future, Mark Sullivan is working towards the grant proposal and continuing to refine the dataset support in SobekCM as time allows. He will share updates on progress and any considerations for -wide Data Management/Curation Task Force 3 and the other SobekCM Developers. 4 Document Information Dataset Support in SobekCM (Oct. 2013). Technical information written by Mark V. Sullivan, initial text revised and expanded for use as documentation and news by Laurie N. Taylor. 2 http://demo.ckan.org/dataset/go ld -prices/resource/b9aae52b-b082-4159-b46f-7bb9c158d013 3 http://library.ufl.edu/datamgmt/ 4 https://groups.google.com/forum/#!categories/sobekcm-discuss/general

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Building Cultures of Data Management through Integrative Approaches to Humanities Research, UF Appendix: NEH Grant Funded Position Descriptions Project Programmer Position Description WORKING TITLE: Information Technology Expert SUMMARY OF POSITION ROLE/RESPONSIBILITIES: Perform duties related to the creation and support of software applications for a data module for ease of use in creating, editing, and using data as part of integrated services and support in digital library repository and institutional repository (IR) systems. Develop necessary scripting and programming, as well as databases and file structures, needed to allow users to interact with, create, and edit datasets and databases alongside of their primary research materials collections sets Serve as part of a multi institutional team in creating the module for local use and ease of installation in a wide variety of repository systems. EXAMPLES OF RESPONSIBILITIES: Perform analysis and programming to develop, document, and maintain computer software programs. The primary emphasis will be on web and database systems which effectively deliver and support authenticated creation and editing digital resources. Design, implement and maintain all relational database components (tables, SQL stored procedures, etc.) necessary for effective data presentation and with respect to product tracking and system security. Develop the data module utilizing mark-up and display languages (e.g. HTML, XML, CSS, etc.) and data rendering, editing, and manipulation supports (e.g., JavaScript, jQuery, SPARQL) Provide quality control on data, interface deployment, and indexing. Coordinate with IT experts and expert users on the integrated data module. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: A high school diploma and four years of any combination of relevant experience, education and/or certification. The level of expertise and skill required to qualify for a position in this classification is generally attained through combinations of education and experience in the field. While such employees commonly have a bachelor's or higher degree, no particular academic degree is required. Appropriate college course work or technical training may substitute at an equivalent rate to the required experience. Demonstrated ability to function as part of a team. Demonstrated experience with SQL or other database query equivalent. Demonstrated experience with multiple programming languages. Preference given to experience with C#, Java and web scripting languages. Demonstrated knowledge of relational database models. Experience with Microsoft Windows systems and familiarity with Windows server operating systems (NT, 2000 Server, .NET) Demonstrated experience with mark-up languages (i.e., HTML, XML) Must be able to communicate effectively with co-workers and users. Frequent written (email) and verbal communication is required. Cooperation, innovation, and listening skills are essential. Must be able to effectively extract programming requirements from users. PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor's or Master's degree in Computer Science Familiarity with Microsoft SQL Server and/or Internet Information Server

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ProposalNumber:ProposalStatus:SponsorDeadline: 02/19/2014SubmissionMethod:SubmissionType: INVESTIGATORDATAPROJECTDIRECTOR/PRINCIPALINVESTIGATORCONTACTINFORMATIONPrefix:FirstName:MiddleName:LastName:Suffix: Mark SullivanPosition/Title: IT SeniorOrganization: University of Florida Board of TrusteesDepartment:Division:Street1: George A. Smathers LibrariesStreet2: PO Box 117024City: GainesvilleCounty:State: FLZipCode: 32611-7024Country: USAEmployeeID:Phone: 352-273-2907Fax:Email: MarSull@uflib.ufl.eduFirstBudgetPeriodEffort:Calendar:Academic:Summer:StatusofPI:StatusWaiverRequired?SignedIntellectualPropertyWaiverAttached?SignedConflictofInterestDisclosureAttached?AgencyCertificationDocumentationAttached?CostSharingAuthorizationFormAttached? SPONSORDATAAgency: National Endowment for the HumanitiesProposalTypeSponsorMechanism: Digital Humanities Implementation GrantsSponsorType:SponsorCode:SponsorName:SubDivision1:SubDivision2: PROJECTDATATitleofProject: Building Cultures of Data Management through Integrative Approaches to Humanities ResearchIsThisaSubcontract?IfYes,whoisprime?TypeofProposal:TypeofAgency:KindofApplication:PreviousGrant#orFederalIdentifier:Changeingranteeinstitution? NoTypeofProject: PROJECTADMINISTRATIONWhoisresponsibleforthisresearch?DepartmentalIdentificationNumber:Primary:Secondary:DepartmentalName:Primary:Secondary:PrimaryDept.ContactInfo:AccountClassification:Primary:Secondary:OtherInstitutionalCode:NAICSCode: COMPLIANCEDATAAreanimalsubjectsused?ProposalSummaryProposalSummarypage1of2

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IsIACUCreviewpending?IACUCProtocol#IACUCApprovalDate:Arehumansubjectsused?IsIRBreviewpending?IRBProtocol#IRBApprovalDate:Doesthisprojectinvolveuseofanyofthefollowing?RadioactiveMaterial(s),RadiationProducingDevices(s),RecombinantDNA,BiohazardousChemical(s),ClassIIIborIVLasers,Othercertificationsofhealth,safetyand/orenvironmentalcompliance. BUDGETDATAPerformanceDatesBeginDateEndDateFirstBudgetPeriod:CumulativeBudgetPeriod:CostSharingInformationMandatoryVoluntaryCommitted:Amount:Source:BudgetPeriodDirectCostIndirectCostTotalCostTotal: AWARDDATAAward#:Contract#:Date:BudgetPeriodDirectCostIndirectCostTotalCostTotal: EXPORTCONTROL1.Willtheprojectinvolveparticipation,collaborationoraccesstoinformationbyforeignnationals,definedas:individualswithforeigncitizenship,foreigngovernments,foreignassociationsandcorporations,orforeignpoliticalparties?Note:ForeignnationalsgrantedUScitizenship,orpermanentresidence"greencard"orgrantedstatusasa"protectedindividual",e.g.,politicalrefugeesandpoliticalasylumholdersare"EXEMPT"fromdeemedexportrule.2.Willtheprojectinvolvetheshipmentofequipment,technology,software,materialsdataorotherinformation?3.Willtheprojectinvolveaforeignsubcontractorotherforeigncontractualagreement? COMMENTSANDEXPLANATIONSPLEASEINDICATEANYSPECIALINSTRUCTIONSBELOW: ProposalSummary(cont'd)ProposalSummarypage2of2



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APPLICATIONFORFEDERALDOMESTICASSISTANCE-ShortOrganizational *1.NAMEOFFEDERALAGENCY:NationalEndowmentfortheHumanities *2.CATALOGOFFEDERALDOMESTICASSISTANCENUMBER:45.169CFDATITLE:PromotionoftheHumanities_OfficeofDigitalHumanities *3.DATERECEIVEDBYSTATE 02/19/2014 SYSTEMUSEONLY *4.FUNDINGOPPORTUNITYNUMBER:20140219-HK*TITLE:DigitalHumanitiesImplementationGrants 5.APPLICANTINFORMATION *a.LegalName:UniversityofFloridaBoardofTrustees b.Address: *Street1:219GrinterHall Street2:POBox115500 *City:Gainesville *County:Alachua *State:FL:Florida *Zip/PostalCode:32611-5500 *Country:USA:UNITEDSTATES c.WebAddress:http:// *d.TypeofApplicant:SelectApplicantTypeCodes(s):H:Public/StateControlledInstitutionofHigherEducationTypeofApplicant:TypeofApplicant:*Other(specify): *e.Employer/TaxpayerIdentificationNumber(EIN/TIN):596002052*f.OrganizationalDUNS:969663814*g.CongressionalDistrictofApplicantFL-003 6.PROJECTINFORMATION *a.ProjectTitle:BuildingCulturesofDataManagementthroughIntegrativeApproachestoHumanitiesResearch *b.ProjectDescription:TheGeorgeA.SmathersLibraries(Libraries)attheUniversityofFlorida(UF)inpartnershipwiththeUniversityofNorthTexas(UNT)LibrariesrequestfundingforBuildingCulturesofDataManagementthroughIntegrativeApproachestoHumanitiesResearchData.Theprojectseekstodevelopcoresupportrequiredbyhumanistsforusingdata,specificallybybuildinga"datamodule"withreusabletoolstointegratehumanitiesdatawithinexistingInstitutionalRepositories(IRs)andsubjectrepositories.Toachievethisend,theprojectwill:1)createdatatools;2)testintegrationwithUNT'splatform;3)refinedabstractedtoolsforwidescalede-ployment;4)evaluateprocessandtools;and,5)disseminateprojectevaluation,documentation,andavailabilityofdatatools. c.ProposedProject: *StartDate:09/02/2014 *EndDate:08/31/2017 7.PROJECTDIRECTOR Prefix:*FirstName:MiddleName:*LastName:Suffix:MarkSullivan *Title:ITSenior *Email:MarSull@uflib.ufl.edu *TelephoneNumber:352-273-2907 FaxNumber: *Street1:GeorgeA.SmathersLibraries Street2:POBox117024 *City:Gainesville County: *State:FL:Florida *Zip/PostalCode:32611-7024 *Country:USA:UNITEDSTATES 8.PRIMARYCONTACT/GRANTSADMINISTRATOR mSameasProjectDirector(skiptoitem9): Prefix:*FirstName:MiddleName:*LastName:Suffix:MrBrianPrindle *Title:AssociateDirector *Email:ufproposals@ufl.edu *TelephoneNumber:352-392-1582 FaxNumber:352-392-4400 *Street1:219GrinterHall Street2:POBox115500 *City: County:

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Gainesville Alachua *State:FL:Florida *Zip/PostalCode:32611-5500 *Country:USA:UNITEDSTATES 9.*Bysigningthisapplication,Icertify(1)tothestatementscontainedinthelistofcertifications**and(2)thatthestatementshereinaretrue,completeandaccur-atetothebestofmyknowledge.Ialsoprovidetherequiredassurances**andagreetocomplywithanyresultingtermsifIacceptanaward.Iamawarethatanyfalse,fictitious,orfraudulentstatementsorclaimsmaysubjectmetocriminal,civil,oradministrativepenalties.(U.S.Code,Title218,Section1001)**IAgreel**Thelistofcertificationsandassurances,oraninternetsitewhereyoumayobtainthislist,iscontainedintheannouncementoragencyspecificinstructions. AUTHORIZEDREPRESENTATIVE Prefix:*FirstName:MiddleName:*LastName:Suffix:MrBrianPrindle *Title:AssociateDirector *Email:ufproposals@ufl.edu *TelephoneNumber:352-392-1582 FaxNumber:352-392-4400 *SignatureofAuthorizedRepresentative:BrianPrindle *DateSigned:2014-02-19

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Project/PerformanceSiteLocation(s) Project/PerformanceSitePrimaryLocation OrganizationName:UniversityofFloridaBoardofTrustees *Street1:219GrinterHall Street2:POBox115500 *City:Gainesville County:Alachua *State:FL:Florida Province: *Country:USA:UNITEDSTATES *Zip/PostalCode:32611-5500 DUNSNumber:969663814 *Project/PerformanceSiteCongressionalDistrict:FL-003 Project/PerformanceSiteLocation1 OrganizationName:UniversityofNorthTexas *Street1:1155UnionCircle Street2:#305250 *City:Denton County:Denton *State:TX:Texas Province: *Country:USA:UNITEDSTATES *Zip/PostalCode:76203-5017 DUNSNumber:614168995 *Project/PerformanceSiteCongressionalDistrict:TX-026 FileName MimeType AdditionalLocation(s)

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SupplementaryCoverSheetforNEHGrantPrograms 1.ProjectDirector MajorFieldofStudy Other:ComputerScience2.InstitutionInformationType 1330:University 3.ProjectFundingChallengeGrantsApplicantsOnly($) ProgramsotherthanChallengeGrants($)OutrightFunds 284,139.00FederalMatch TotalfromNEH 284,139.00CostSharing 188,775.00TotalProjectCosts 472,914.00FiscalYear#1 FiscalYear#2 FiscalYear#3 FiscalYear#4 TotalfromNEH Non-FederalMatch Total MatchingRatio to14.ApplicationInformationWillthisproposalbesubmittedtoanotherNEHdivision,governmentagency,orprivateentityforfunding?[]Yes[X]NoIfyes,pleaseexplainwhereandwhen: TypeofApplication[X]New[]SupplementIfsupplement,listcurrentgrantnumber(s). ProjectFieldCode Interdisciplinary:Other

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Building Cultures of Data Management through Integrative Approaches to Humanities Research Data University of Florida TABLE OF CONTENTS I. .. 1 II. .. 2 1. Statement of Innovation .................. ............ 2 2. Statement of Humanities Significance ........ ............. 3 III. Narrative 1. Humanities Significance ....... ....... ........ ...................... 4 2. Technological Innovation ........ ......................... ...................... 6 3. .. .. 6 4. .. 8 5. Work Plan 9 6. 11 7. 12 8. Final Products and Disse mination .. 13 IV. Sustainability Plan 14 V. Data Management Plan 16 V I Budget 1. Budget Form 1 8 2 Budget Narrative 20 3 UF s Federal Negotiated Rate Agreement 22 4 U NT s Federal Negotiated Rate Agreement 28 5 U NT s Budget C ommitment Letter 33 6 U NT s Itemized Budget 34 VII. Rsums VI I I. Letters 1. Letters of C ommitment .. 1 2 Let t e rs of S upport 12 IX Appendices 1. Appendix 1: Selected Bibliography ....... .. ... 1 2. Appendix 2: Timeline ................................................. .... .. .... ... 3 3. Appendix 3: Dataset Support in SobekCM (Pilo t .. 4 4. Appendix 4: Project Programmer Position Description 10

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Participants Acord, Sophia (University of Florida) Dale, Elizabeth (University of Florida) Deumens, Erik (University of Florida) Dillon, Elizabeth Maddock (Northeastern University) Dinsmore, Chelsea (University of Florida) Donnelly, Diana (University of Florida) Guerra, Lillian (University of Florida) Harpold, Terry (University of Florida) Hswe, Patricia (Pennsylvania State University) Landers, Jane (Vanderbilt University) Landor, Blake (University of Florida) Liechty, Joey (University of North Texas) Miller, David (University of Florida) Phillips, Mark (University of North Texas) Rosenberg, Leah (University of Florida) Santamara-Wheeler, Lourdes (University of Florida) Shorey, Christy (University of Florida) Steuber, Jason (University of Florida) Sullivan, Mark (University of Florida) Taylor, Laurie (University of Florida) Torgot, Andrew (University of North Texas) Whitson, Roger (Washington State University) Willumson, Glenn (University of Florida) Yellpantula, Suchitra (University of Florida)

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Building Cultures of Data Management through Integrative Approaches to Humanities Research Data University of Florida 2 Abstract The George A. Smathers Libraries at the University of Florida (UF) in partnership with the University of North Texas (UNT) Libraries request $284,139 with $188,775 contributed cost share for Building Cultures of Data Management through Integrative Approaches to Humanities Research Data. The project seeks to develop core support required by humanists for using data, specifically by building nities data within existing Institutional Repositories (IRs) and subject repositories. To achieve this end, the project will: 1) create data tools; 2) process and tools; and, 5) disseminate project evaluation, documentation, and availability of data tools. Humanities repositories enable online access and preservation of humanities research data materials (archival documents, audio, video, books, newspape rs, etc.) However, even with increasingly open access to repositories, wider support at local levels with IRs wider support with subject repositories for their scholarly communities, and innovative approaches to supporting datasets and databases in data repositories, there is a lack of integrated support for humanities research materials that include datasets and databases alongside the full set of research materials. Integrated support is needed In many fields, a division exists between the datasets a nd databases which and other related materials such as refe rences and sources not considered components itself. Comparatively, h umanities researchers often have and create datasets and databases that are integral to the ir full set of research data materials. H umanities research data materials are often inseparable from the related source materials due to the inherent messiness, co mplexity, and incompleteness of the data. During the research process, h umanists ask questions about their research materials that cannot be fully answered without integrated access to the source materials and data. Consequently, h umanists require tools to enable the creati on and usage of research dat a materials in their enti rety to contextualize, establish levels of degree, identify unknowns and contingencies and pursue overall humanistic inquiry. The prevalence of digital humanities has brought greater awareness to pre existing data needs across the humanities. Further, di scussions among digital humanities scholars and library professional s ha ve increased awareness on the need for collaborative research environments. Libraries are uniquely positioned within institutions to facilitate solutions to humanities research data pr oblems, due to their centralized roles and extant technological infrastructure for maintaining digital repositories By providing innovative, reusable structures able to be implemented in a variety of frameworks, this project will enable IRs and digital subject repositories to better serve both short term and long term data needs of humanities scholars, for those who identify as Digital Humanists as well as those who do not. Specifically, this project will leverage and utilize repository infrastructures a t UF and UNT to implement an integrated data module for hosting, managing, and preserving quantitative and machine actionable datasets and databases. The resulting module will be designed for ease of integration with other digital library frameworks to ens ure broad, inclusive support for using, repurposing, and storing the full set of humanities research data materials. NEH Digital Humanities Implementation program fund ing will support two temporary programmers (one at each partner institution), an instruct ional video developer, and two evaluators. The project will follow an iterative development process with close consultation among the project team, developers and humanities scholarly advisors. Statement of Innovation Integrated data support is not genera lly available for humanists, nor are there resources for institutions in implementing support. The proposed data module integrated with in IRs and digital repositories will create a first of kind module to provide broad support to humanities scholars for handling small data at scale and in context. This project will create and implement a data module as a series of scalable

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Building Cultures of Data Management through Integrative Approaches to Humanities Research Data University of Florida 3 solutions for data in IRs to support data creators and users by presenting datasets and databases alongside and in context with the larger set of research materials. Statement of Humanities Significance Creating a standards based data module integrated with repositories represents a major improvement in the available support for humanities research and the ability of institutio ns to provide support for humanities research Currently, humanities scholars often work without support in developing and maintaining their own databases, with overhead for creation, maintenance, and referencing when using the databases separately from ot her research materials. This impacts individual scholars and inhibits the growth of a larger culture of data management in the humanities.

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Building Cultures of Data Management through Integrative Approaches to Humanities Research Data University of Florida 4 The George A. Smathers Libraries (Libraries) at the University of Florida (UF) in partnership with the University of North Texas (UNT) Libraries request $284,139 with $188,775 contributed cost share for Building Cultures of Data Management through Integrative Approach es to Humanities Research Data. The project seeks to develop core support required by humanists for using data, specifically by building ble tools to integrate humanities data within existing Institutional Repositories (IRs) and subject repositories. To achieve this end, the project will: 1) create data tools; 2) le deployment; 4) evaluate process and tools; and, 5) disseminate project evaluation, documentation, and availability of data tools. Humanities Significance In the humanities, research data includes mixed sets of materials that contain datasets and databa ses. In many fields, a division exists between itself. As Patricia Hswe writes (external letter ) this inattention stems from a minimal does one steward th Comparatively, humanities researchers often have and create datasets and databases that are integral to their full set o f research materials. Humanities research data materials are often insepa rable from the related source materials due to the inherent messiness, complexity, and incompleteness of this type of data. During the research process, humanists ask questions about their research materials that cannot be fully answered without integrate d access to the source materials and data. Consequently, humanists require tools to enable the creation and usage of research data materials in their entirety to contextualize, establish levels of degree, identify unknowns and contingencies, and pursue ov erall humanistic inquiry. A s a technology implementation proposal this project recognizes that technologies must be developed with and for users. Th us, th e project design includes ten scholarly advisors with diverse humanities backgrounds, expertise, and perspectives on scholarly needs related to managing and using humanities data for research, teaching collaboration and other purposes. In addition to scholarly advisors, project team members with technology and library expertise and project funded staff this project also include s regular evaluation. The qualitative evaluator will participate throughout the development and testing process and the CAPES (Collaborative Assessment & Program Evaluation Services) evaluat or will assess the pre and post project results The se divers e perspectives and framework ensure user inclusion critical to success. Currently, multi media content (books, images, audio, etc.) is supported in IRs and digital library repositories which provide ro bust features for many of these mat erials, but data is download only With current service level s humanists often create and maintain their own small databases in Access, FileMaker Pro, and other software. Humanists still must maintain these databases eve n when they store and share other materials in IRs and digital libraries. The data module will improve the over all tool chain for humanists with an integrated repository model that supports data needs accompanied by existing materials I ntegrating feature s for datasets and databases within IRs and digital libraries provides the opportunity to better align IRs w ith researcher practices and build towards an overall culture and community of data management in the humanities. Libraries have long recognized and been attentive to the importance of social organizations and activities in the transformation of scholarly practices ; 1 and libraries have long been collaborative partners with humanists. Academic libraries are part of the socio technical (people, polic ies, 1 For instance, see key initiatives like the Association of Research Libraries (ARL) on Scholarly Communication: http://www.arl.org/focus areas/scholarly communication

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Building Cultures of Data Management through Integrative Approaches to Humanities Research Data University of Florida 5 technologies) support for research data including repository systems and tools. The extensive resources provided for many research materials (e.g., page turners for books, streaming video displays zoomable images, etc.) has yet to be extended to datas ets and databases. This lack of support stems partly from terminology where humanists often self report as not doing data (even while designing, creating, and maintaining databases) and where the databases are critical elements that are tightly coupled with other research data in repositories For instance, the 2014 Modern Language Association (MLA) featured several panels on the topic of data. Discussions revealed that w here library repositories have defined data in terms of file t ypes with specific features ( e.g., audio players for audio, etc.), MLA panelists defined the importance of data in the humanities in terms of contexts, contingencies, levels of degree, and relations hips all in motion for reconfiguration. T he absence o f int egrated support for managing databases and datasets with relevant research materials is a significant barrier in humanities research Building Cultures of Data Management seeks to address several factors and problems: Humanists have the widest array of r esearch data types: images, books, audio, video, software, data sets and databases etc. Humanists need integrated support for their materials. 2 Humanists traditionally have little or no technical support for dealing with their data. o When support is available, it is often partial covering only a set type or types of research materials, and only limited functionality. 3 This de coupled support demands more effort, presents a greater risk of loss and offers fewer benefits when scholars work independentl y without a centralized or shared sys tem s (e.g., databases on personal scholar websites). o Technical assistance is inconsistently available. When isolated, these boutique projects are at risk of loss, more difficult to find and access, and cannot take adva ntage of connections to other research communities. o C urrently IRs do not sufficiently support data, which prompts scholars to seek alternatives. Some humanists use GitHub and Google Drive for their datasets and databases. IRs offer additional benefits because they are optimized for scholarly needs (attribution, preservation, integrated support with other research materials) which scholars miss when using separate tools R esearch libraries maintain IRs and digital libraries which feature integrated su pport for hosting, managing and using many research materials. Currently support for research data is limited: most often only including information about the data and a file download option Humanists, research libraries, and academia overall will benef it from integrating data support with existing repository systems if the integrated support allows humanists to create and use their data through an online system, which provides these benefits: 1. Supporting scholars in creating, making accessible, and preserving their data 4 2. Supporting scholarly and public communities in using data in context with other research materials 2 See Christine L. Borgman, Scholarship in the Digital Ag e: Information, Infrastructure, and the Internet. Cambridge, MA: MIT UP, 2007. 3 ( http://homicide.northwestern.edu/ ) which has photographs, scholarly essays, videos of scholarly present ations, information on historical and legal context, and a database of different homicides with advanced search options for different information fields on each. Research using historical newspapers, perhaps using runaway slave notices for compiling the d ata set, with related resources and scholarly context is another potential example. 4 and ensure preservation of their databases with th e same support available for their other research materials. Currently, many databases are handled as one off, special projects in order to meet critical and immediate needs for support, often including support for legacy databases (e.g., http://digitalscholarship.emory.edu/projects/project lynchings georgia.html ). One off support is often the best case scenario because many institutions cannot offer any sort of su pport.

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Building Cultures of Data Management through Integrative Approaches to Humanities Research Data University of Florida 6 To begin addressing these needs, the project team to date has produced a series of prototypes based on a range of use cases. We also have gathered a significant set of databases and datasets ( e.g., museum collections, newspaper articles and historical ana lysis, migration and literature ) that accompany related research data materials These databases and datasets have been created and used by scholars, and provide content for test ing the proposed data module with in repositories. Additionally, in the past year the team has experimented with a number of data interfaces and tools developed for specific projects and these exper iences inform the module design. 5 This project will support the time and resources necessary to abstract and develop the data module for multiple repository systems, featuring ease of use by scholars in creating and using data as part of their research mat erials and ease of implementation for sustainable support by libraries. This project is idea l l y position ed to draw on best practices for produc ing a data module with IRs and digital library repositories to p repare for future integration and new needs rel ated to build ing a culture of data management in the humanities Technological Innovation Stand alone data repositories exist and continue to develop separately from already mature digital reposit ory systems. 6 This project represents technological innovation in two ways: 1) it creates new software with the data module; and, 2) it makes use of existing technologies in IRs and digital library repositories to create new support for data, specifically to meet the n eeds of humanities researchers and humanities research practices. The data module will allow scholars to create, edit, and query their data online within the framework of IRs and digital library repositories, which already provide for access and preservat ion, represents a major improvement in the level of support available for humanists. The data module will require robust user permissions and authentication systems, which generally e xist in digit al library systems and are one of the many benefits of buil ding on existing digital library infrastructure ( D escription of the data module appears on Creating a standards based library that can be implemented within other repositories to add data support will repre sent a major shift in the ability of institutions to provide for these types of projects. The innovative value of this project is made possible by the use of standards compliant and widely used and supported technologies which enable optimal interoperability and extensibility which are important considerations for adoption and ongoing sustainability for libraries This project will be built on widely used technologies, such as jQuery and the jQuery Datatables plug in, and will adhere to pre established standards, such as the XML and XSD specifications, the open standard of JavaScript Object Notation (or JSON), and the standard SPARQL Protocol and RDF Query Language for querying within datasets. In additi on, the data module will use and suppor t JSON LD and schema.org L inked Data standards to make the data publishable on the open, semantic web. History UF and UNT maintain state of the art digital libraries for preservation, access, and digital scholarly projects; and, both serve as hubs for man y multi institutional projects. 7 Both systems follow 5 This includes system supports in IRs, which identified the need for this specific project as a complement to other data specific repositories institutional use of the Dataverse Network, ICPSR, etc. See: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00014835 6 Research Data Management: Practical Strategies for Information Professionals Ed. Joyce M. Ray. West Lafayette, IL: Purdue UP 2013. http://www.cni.org/wp content/uploads/2013/10/Research Data Mgt Ch19 Lynch Oct 29 2013.pdf 7 See : http://ufdc.ufl.edu/partners and http://digital.library.unt.edu/explore/partners/

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Building Cultures of Data Management through Integrative Approaches to Humanities Research Data University of Florida 7 best practices for repositories while representing two fundamentally different architectures, making them ideal for implementing an architecture agnostic data module. Further, UF and UNT have independen tly and successfully designed modular style upgrades to the two open source repository systems in use, showing expertise in development practices and approaches applicable for this project. UF has completed the pilot phase for adding data support within t he repository. University of Florida The Libraries form the largest information resource system in the state of Florida, and are one of Libraries the humanities are served by several physical libraries and various functional, technical, and subject specialists, and teams (e.g., Data students, 4,000 faculty ), diversity, and complexity combined with its public/land grant economic position demand collaborative and innovative approaches to leverage existing capacity whenever possible. To this end, the Libraries beg an digitizing for preservation in the 1990s, and today host over 500 distinct digital collections representing over 30 million files. These serve UF over 100 partner institutions and numerous digital scholarship and DH projects, powered by the open source SobekCM repository software ( http://sobekrepository.org ) UF leverages capacity and assets whenever possible to develop sustainable, shared infrastructur e to meet demands for the shared needs of partners, scholars, and the wider academic library and scholarly communities For instance, UF is a founding partner and the technical lead for the Digital Library of the Caribbean (dLOC, www.dloc.com ), a cooperative of 37 international par tners with active part ner and scholarly advisory board s collaboration with dLOC par tners and scholars has resulted in implementation of new, standardized supports for shared needs in terms of development, training, and outreach. Overall, UF has contributed to SobekCM development which has evolved in partnership with GLAMs (galleries, li braries, archives, and museums) for different grant projects and programmatic needs. 8 T he se communities have provided user testing, feedback, definitions of need and problem statements, and expert consultation for how to make the software work for different critical user needs (technologies, patrons, publ ic users from around the world scholars, etc.). 9 development of SobekCM occurred in partnership with GLAMs requiring support fo r user roles and permissions at multiple level s (e.g., full installation for system and portal administrators; individual user level; group level s which add specific rights and where users c an be members of many groups; for specific items ; and, for specific collections, aggregations, exhibits, or defined sets of these). 10 SobekCM now supports these rights, roles and associated functions thus providing the infrastructure for scholarly digital practices in building collections of research materials, including data. Institutions using SobekCM have leveraged its infrastructure to engage scholars on addressing shared concerns This model of practice has produced positive results for a myriad of needs and projects, and led to the creation of significant scholarly resources (e.g., Haiti: An Island Luminous About Face ), new types of scholarly practices (e.g., dLOC and a DOCC, Distributed Online Collaborative Course on Panama and West Indian migration: Panama Silver, Asian Gold: Migration, Money, & the Making of the Modern Caribbean ), and new scholarly resources with new and chan ged communities (e.g., Vodou Archive ). This model of practice has continued through r ecent activities by wide Digital Humanities 8 S ee presentation on the development of SobekCM and communities ( http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00014161/00002/pdf ). 9 User needs defined and aided development and testing of technologies. For instance, metadata needs for the community, SobekCM was able to plan development and move from METS/MODs to add support for Dublin Core, MARCXML, VRA Core extensions, DarwinCore, and more ( http://dloc.com/AA00014734/00001/pdf ). Similarly, added mapping functionality is being enhance d through collaboration with the user community which is defining functional needs, user methods, and testing. 10 For instance, in February 2014, Stanford announced development on similar features within Blacklight: https://library.stanford.edu/blogs/digital library blog/2014/02/stanford begins development spotlight

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Building Cultures of Data Management through Integrative Approaches to Humanities Research Data University of Florida 8 Working Group and Data M anagement/Curation Task Force As members of both groups, the PI and co PI participated in assessing needs of humanities scholars for data management (see Appendix 1 : Bibliography ) The findings evidenced prevalen t, critical need s for an integrated approach to hosting and managing d atasets and databases accompan ied by their related research materials and publications. The Libraries implemented a proof of concept phase (see Appendix 3 : Dataset Support in SobekCM ) fo r integrating support within SobekCM During this pilot phase, the pr oject team c olle cted feedback on the user interface and data creator pro cesses from s cholar s U niversity of North Texas Library ports wide ranging activities across UNT campus routinely ranking as the most used student servic e To meet growing needs for digital li brary services and content, UNT invested in infrastructure to build, manage, and maintain large collections of digital content. T he UNT Libraries were key in drafting and adopti by providin g training, programming and the UNT Scholarly Works Repository. In 2012 UNT Libraries and College of Arts & Sciences create d the Digital Scholarship Cooperative (DiSCO) to foster creative development and use of digital resources for research, teaching, and learning across the disciplines. igital infrastructure provides services for the UNT Digital Library, The Portal to Texas History, and The Gateway to Oklahoma History. The underlying platform for managing descriptive metadata and serving end users is based on the concept of Curation Microservices, many of which were developed and documented by the California Digital L the Django Web framework and Solr full text indexe r to provi de access to digital items in the repository. UNT Digital Library houses the UNT Scholarly Works Repository and the UNT Data Repository 11 Descriptive metadata is managed and versioned by the system with a Web based management interface that e nables curators to adjust the descriptive metadata for their collections over time. Preservation master files are stored in a separate archival storage system and are linked to items in the public facing system with Archival Resource Key (ARK) identifiers The UNT Scholarly Works Collectio n ho sts research, creative, and scholarly materials, serving as UNT's Open Access Repository. The collection brings together articles, papers, artwork, music, research data, reports, presentations, and other scholarly and creative products representing the expertise in the UNT university community. The UNT Scholar ly W orks repository grows steadily in both content and usage. The UNT Data Repository is a related collection that makes available research datasets from UNT. This collection provides faculty, researchers, and scholars with a tool that can be used in Fed eral data management workflows. Additionally the repository provides a platform which data creators can use to provide public access to their submitted data for a wide variety of uses such as supporting articles in publication process, or improving the op enness and reproducibility of the scientific process. Environmental Scan management plans and activities, and significant ongoing changes to research and teaching p ractices in the digital age make data management a priority. Data management needs parallel and intersect with changes in academic libraries and librarianship 12 A s a result, a ca demic libraries are facing critical, urgent need s for creating, sustaining, a nd transforming cultures of data management. Data repositories are available for many subject areas in the sciences and social sciences, as well as specific research areas. However, broad support is not generally available. Supporting the Changing Resear ch Practices 11 See http:// digital.library.unt.edu/scholarlyworks/ and http://digital.library.unt.edu/datarepository 12 For a longer review, see: http:/ /www.clir.org/pubs/reports/pub160/pub160.pdf

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Building Cultures of Data Management through Integrative Approaches to Humanities Research Data University of Florida 9 of Historians: Final Report from ITHAKA S+R (2012), 13 documents the various challenges faced by historians for meeting their research needs, where individual historians maintain their databases because of limited awareness and availability of o ther options Cur rent efforts related to data focus on specific types of data, types of scholarly activities, and greater understanding of needs and possible launch in spring 2014 14 ) which su pports creators of TEI data by providing a place to publish TEI materials in different forms, ensure access and preservation, and build towards other infrastructural supports for visualization and other uses Tools like Zotero have greatly enhanced suppor t for hum anities researchers in managing bibliographic databases and sources. Many other types of databases and research material sets exist, and a dditional tools are needed for humanities scholars to create, edit, and sustain their research databases and datasets alongside research materials in a manner that supports current research practices and makes visible new possibilities in their research. New resources like the Digital Humanities Curation Guide: a Community Resources Guide to Data Curation in th e Digital Humanities 15 and the Digital Humanities Data Curation Institute (2013 2014) 16 support scholars, pro ject driven tools for visualization tools for existing datasets and databases 17 pro ject Environment: From developing tools for annotations 18 C urrent efforts show the wide variety of needs related to using, managing and preserving data, and many excellent approaches for developing supports as well as for building the overall community for data curation. A gap remains for filling the critical ne eds related to dataset and database support, especially as integrated with a full set of research materials achieved at scale rather than using an each of kind or one of kind strategy 19 Work Plan ( See Appendix 2 : Timeline for the corresponding work schedule ) The project team requests funds for the grant period beginning September 1, 2014 and ending August 3 1 2017. All primary tool development will be completed within the first 24 months. Additional time is requested to allow the system to mature, training to be accomplished, and final assessment of the project processes and outcomes. T he work is organized into four main phases. Several phases overlap whe n tasks occur simultaneously. P1: Project Initiation (September 1, 2014 December 31, 2014) During the project initiation phase, kick off tasks will occur. The project team and scholarly advisor s will convene for the initial meeting (via Skype or Adobe Connect) and orientation to the overall project work plan and proce ss T he scholarly advisor s will begin convening (meeting every other month) to provide feedback on the existing data supports from the pilot project and mock ups of additional features under consideration The scholars and project team will determine the initial features and relative priorities to guide the first development iteration The CAPES evaluator will distribute the first survey for feedback from interested scholars at the two partner institutions their partner institutions, 13 http://www.sr.ithaka.org/sites/default/files/reports/supporting the changing r esearch practices of historians.pdf 14 http://tapasproject.org/ 15 http://guide.dhcuration.org/ 16 http://www.dhcuration.org/institute/ 17 http://www.neh.gov/files/grants/stanford_university_data driven_tools_for_analyzing_rel ationships_across_time.pdf 18 www.neh.gov/files/grants/drew_university_dm_from_annotation_to_dissemination _enabling_users_to_assemble_collections_of_images .pdf 19 Journal of Library Administration 53:1 (2013): 27 42.

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Building Cultures of Data Management through Integrative Approaches to Humanities Research Data University of Florida 10 and to the digital humanities community o verall. This survey will serve as a benchmark for assessment processes throughout the project and at project completion. P2: Primary Tool Development ( iterative process during project; ongoing) 20 NEH f unded tool development will occur between January 2015 and September 2016 in a series of month ly sprints following the agile methodology UF will hire the primary developer full time for 21 months to develop tools identified in phase one and as identified and refined throughout the iterative phases in coll aboration with the full project team and scholarly advisors ( Appendix 3 : Project Programmer Position Description ) The primary developer will be publicly available and integrated with in the SobekCM digital repository system throughout the process. Th e developer will create documentation specifying requirements for deploying the tools in other repositories. UNT will assign a developer (Joey Liechty) to validate the documentation and process for deploying the integrated module Both developers will serve as members of the technical team, which includes developers and managers from UF and UNT. The technical team will meet daily for fifteen minutes via Skype to review any possible issues and continue positive progress W eekly Skype meetings will provi de general updates on work completed and ensure good two way communication. The iterative phases will occur a fter each set of two iterative sprint s ( every two month s ) The iterative phases will include meetings of the full project team and scholarly advisors. During the iterative phase meetings, the technical team will present the latest work for discussion, guidance, feedback and strategies for the next phase During the meetings, pending work will be reviewed to determine any changes Following t he meetings, the latest changes will be published and promoted to solicit responses from scholars libra rians, data managers, and other data professionals This ongoing delivery process will maximize feedback received from stakeholder s In all, there will be 21 month long sprints in an iterative process The first sprint will be a planning sprint. For each subsequent sprint, a fully developed solution will be available for deployment. Expected Features of the Data Module Feedback collected from the pilot project indicates that the data module for this project will allow users to view data in a simple, intuitive online grid allowing them to filter and sort the data. Authenticated permissioned users will be able to : 1) bui ld dataset s online or upload existing datasets modify the new data including changing the underlying data structure, adding new data, and editing existing data while maintaining version control ; 2) download data in a variety of formats ; 3) create, run, an d save custom reports; 4) perform basic visualization s (e.g., graphing and mapping ); and, 5) manage their d ata and data permissions online including features to add new data edit existing data, reconfigure their data and add new data tables to their datasets The data module will additionally support versioning of the data for tracking changes. All data using the data module will benefit from standard supports already in place for IRs including permanent URLs, online access that is optimized for sea rch engines and overall findability, and long term preservation, all within a framework that supports author rights. When project funded development complete s i n September 2016, the Libraries at UF will continue to support and develop the too ls. This development will continue with feedback from data creators and users as well as libraries that have implemented the module. For ease of integration, development will ensure minimal, lightweight technological requirements to best support integrati on into digital repository frameworks. For example, the data module will largely be developed using client side libraries, such as jQuery, to complement expected digital repository implementation s of standard interfaces such as JSON and SPARQL. 20 Project funding will support abstract ed data module tools des ign ed for ongoing sustainability Because t he tools are critically needed at UF UF development will be ongoing after the initial funded implementation period.

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Building Cultures of Data Management through Integrative Approaches to Humanities Research Data University of Florida 11 P3: Promotion and Training (January 2015 September 2017) he work for this project will be promoted broadly to local, national and international scholars and students through publication s presentations and trai nings The partner repositories will provide information on the data module, training materials and videos for using and implementing the data module, as well as project standards, documentation and examples of integrated datasets and databases within hu manities research projects Additionally, UF provides search engine optimization (SEO) to ensure materials are findable through simple web searches using Google and other search engines. 21 Deliverables produced during the project will be uploaded to releases, liaison librarian meetings and communications with scholars, interaction with the scholarly advisor s librar y newsletters, email lists, conference pre sentations (e.g., MLA, American Historical Association, Oral History Association, THATCamp, Digital Library Federation Forum, Coalition f or Networked Information, EDUCAUSE etc. ) and social media including Facebook, Twitter, blogs, and Wikipedia, among other vehicles used by partners. During this phase, the instructional video developer (Diana Donnelly) will create videos on managing datasets and databases alongside research materials as well as tutorial videos based on the tools and the data module The generalized videos on data are necessary given the terminology and miscommunications on data and lack of awareness on various data practices already present in the humanities. 22 The project team and scholarly advisors will review and discuss the videos for use in promoting the project work and engaging broadly with humanists on data needs ( Distribution and promotion details appear on page 10: Final Products and Dissemination ) P4: Final Evaluation and Report (May 2017 September 2017) In May 2017, follow ing completion of project funded development and a year of promotion and outreach activities the CAPES and qualitative evaluators will conduct final evaluations using a survey instrument and qualitative in depth, third party evaluation process ( Evaluation details appear on page 9: Evaluation ) In fall 2017, the project team will synthesize the findings into the project whitepaper. Staff Project Leaders Mark Sullivan (PI) UF Senior IT Head of Digital Development and Web Unit (.20 FTE cost share, three ye ars $57,672) is lead developer responsible for creating digital library tools and integration with other systems in support of academic library and scholarly research needs. He is the lead developer on SobekCM, the enterprise level open source digital library management system and suite of tools. Role: PI and technical director, supervising the UF technical team and coordinating overall project activities including gathering user feedback, testing, and training to ensure technical strength and ease of use for all tools a nd technologies. Laurie N. Taylor, PhD (Co PI) UF Digital Humanities Librarian (.20 FTE cost share, three years $50,976), is the Technical Director for the Digital Library of the Caribbean (dLOC), co chair of the campus wide Data Management/Curation Task Force, co convener of the Digital Humanities Working Role: Facilitat e scholarly advisor activities and meetings, disseminate project activities, gather scholar feedback liaise with full project team and scholars as well as UF and UNT Research Computing groups for future expansions and shared scholarly cyberinfrastructure. Mark Phillips (Investigator) Assistant Dean for Digital Libraries UNT (.03 FTE requ est year 1 and 2 totals $7,210) serves as the architect for digital library systems at the UNT Libraries 21 For details see: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/sobekcm/robots 22 See an example of alternative database methods: http://laurientaylor.org/2014/02/17/paperdatabases/

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Building Cultures of Data Management through Integrative Approaches to Humanities Research Data University of Florida 12 Role: Coordinate the UNT efforts and the UNT project programmer. Scholarly A dvisors Elizabeth Dale (Research Foundation Professor, UF College of Law), Erik Deumens (Directory of Research Computing, UF), Lillian Guerra (Professor of History, UF), Terry Harpold (Professor of English, UF), Jane Landers (Gertrude Conaway Vanderbilt Professor of History, Vanderbilt University), Elizabeth Maddock Dillon (Professor of English and Co Directory of the NULab for Texts, Maps, and Networks), Leah Rosenberg (Associate Professor of English, UF), Jason Steuber (Cofrin Curator of Asian Art, Samuel P. Harn Museum of Art, UF), Andrew Torgot (Historian and Director the Digital History Lab, UNT), and Glenn Willumson ( Associate Professor of Art History, Director of the Graduate Program in Museology, UF). All have agreed to contribute time, recommendations, an d advice for the developing the data module S cholarly advisors will each contribute 30 40 hours to the project for discussion, sharing example needs and problems, reviewing work, and reviewing iterative releases as new features are brought online and made publicly available. A ctivities will take place via virtual conferencing and emails, with no travel expected. ( Section: Letters of Commitment ). Key Personnel UF will hire a temporary Software Developer/IT Expert (.75 FTE year 1, 1 FTE year 2 $129,334 request) to develop tools and documentation that wil l be released with this project ( Appendix 3 : Project Programmer Position Description ). Center for the Humanities & the Public Sphere Associate Director, Sophia Acord, PhD, UF, ($5,230 X 3 years request) will serve as external evaluator using qualitative methods for interviewing, coding and analyzing data related to experiences of project team members and advisors. Collaborative Assessment and Program Evaluation Services Directo r, David Miller, PhD, UF ($3,000 request) will administer pre and post surveys during year 1 and 3 Temporary Instructional Video Developer, Diana Donnelly, UF (636 hours year 1 and 2 $9,978 request) will create instructional data management and tutoria l videos. Programmer Joey Liechty, UNT, (.5 FTE year 1 and 2 totals $39,023 request) will partner with UF development team to develop and implement specifications in the local UNT repository participating in project documentation and reporting. UF contri buted cost share: Digital Projects Librarian, Chelsea Dinsmore (.05 FTE for three years $12,861), Blake Landor (.05 FTE for three years $15,405), Exhibit Designer, Lourdes Santamaria Wheeler (.05 FTE for three years $9,267), and Manager of UF I R Christy Shorey (.05 FTE for three years $8,172) will provide expert feedback on librarian and library needs for the data module, support scholarly advisors, provide insight into library workflows from their perspectives in working with scholars, and pe rform outreach to faculty and librarian communities Software Developer, Suchitra Yellapantula (.15 FTE for three years $34,422) will develop tools and documentation. Evaluation holistic approach to evaluation includes a series of assessm ents Th e se will help ensure the quality of development and outreach processes in addressing the needs of humanities scholars. Evaluation will be pe rformed using three methods : 1) Ongoing self evaluation of the outcomes and processes at the end of each iterative phase; 2) Initial and final survey ing with an external evaluation report ; and, 3) In depth focus group s for qualitative analysis. S cholarly advisors will provide feedback on demonstrated features and hands on utilization of the system at each iterative phase during the meetings where t h eir feedback will be a formal agenda item. T he project team will work to elicit feedback informally through individual requests during the iterative sprints. After each two month sprint, schola r feedback on the process will be requested. The CAPES evaluator will distribute a survey specific to humanities scholars, on data needs at project start

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Building Cultures of Data Management through Integrative Approaches to Humanities Research Data University of Florida 13 to establish project benchmarks This will help gauge specific needs articulated by humanities commun ities at UF and UNT Th e survey will be needs survey, tailored to focus on humanities needs with questions on particular features, methods of research and sharing of data, and perceptions about data curation and management. The CAPES evaluator will distribute a final survey in the third year to collect feedback regarding project products. U sers will be asked again about perceptions related to storing and sharing data within IRs and subject rep ositories support for humanities data, and the culture of data management in the humanities The qualitative evaluator will attend the project meetings and conduct periodic interviews with scholarly advisors and provide analysis Finally, the qualitative evaluator will facilitate in depth focus group s and provide analysis of methods and tools annually. Th e qualitative evaluator will interview participants attend meetings, code observations and feedback and analy z e data related to experiences of project t eam members and advisors. The external evaluators will ensure impartial reporting on the overall process and results Th is assessment process is designed to provide an additional feedback loop related to implementation to applicability to the humanities. Final Products and Dissemination The final products of this project will be: 1) the data module as a reusable tool chain to support ; 2) the data module as a new resource for libraries, designed for e ase of implementation and sustainable support within library repository systems to improve the level and quality of resources available for managing and preserving humanities research data; 3) full technical documentation for both current and future implem enters an d end users; 4 ) in structional videos framing data in humanities practices as well as tutorial and training videos for creating and using data with the new data module; and, 5 ) extensive evaluative information for use in future development planning and to improve support for humanities research data All results will be made publicly available through a variety of mechanisms. Throughout the process, the latest daily code builds will be made available through GitHub, 23 a widely utilized ver si oning and code sharing system. At the end of each iterati ve phase and at project end the code will be available indefinitely through SourceForge 24 which will be the primary download location for code releases to the larger community. In addition, at pr oject end, all code will be archived and available in both UF IR s and maintained indefinitely for open, public access D ocumentation for implement ing repositories (current and future) and end users will be released in a variety of formats and made available i n SourceForge Project documentation will address two audiences : 1) Library and institutional implementers : documentation on the process, requirements, and detailed specifications for implementing th e data module (in part or whole) within an existing repository ; and, 2) S cholarly users: documentation to assist end users of the system in creating, editing, and using humanities research data Additional project documentation includes t he instructional videos (on data management in the humanities as well as training and tutorial videos for using the data module) which will be available in the IRs and YouTube. In addition to aiding in wide dissemination of products from the project, the project team and scholarly advisors will share information on the processes. Overall, the project will be promoted by UF and UNT liaison librarian s to their colleagues and scholars, scholars to their colleagues and students, technical experts to their communities of practice, and by project team members at conferences and in scholarly publications. ( Details appear on page 8: Work Plan P3: Promotion and Training ). 23 https://git hub.com/ 24 http://sourceforge.net/

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Building Cultures of Data Management through Integrative Approaches to Humanities Research Data University of Florida 14 Sustainability Plan The proposed project represents the next phase of a multi stage process in the socio technical (people, policies, technologies) endeavors to deploy data tools as part of the work to build shared cultures of data management within the humanities. The project work activities will be primarily based at the Libraries which has served as one of the co conveners of the campus wide Digital Humani ties Working Group and which has committed to supporting the IR and digital libraries hosted at UF. Digital libraries hosted by UF include library created collections, many scholarly curated collections, and inter institutional partnership, including the D igital Library of the Caribbean (dLOC, www.dloc.com ). The Libraries are the lead contributor to the SobekCM open source repository system which powers all repositories hosted at UF. Because of the robust, extensible, a n d interoperable infrastructure available through SobekCM, the Libraries have been developing support for data locally at UF In addition to the support at the UF Libraries, this project will develop a data module for use in other systems and configura tions, with the data module also to be implemented by UNT. Our project sustainability plan recognizes the institutional need for integrated support in managing, hosting, and preserving datasets and databases, and the require d technological support of th e data module to meet local needs. The larger socio technical project goals for building a culture of data management requires that the data module meets the immediate needs of scholars and libraries more generally for larger scale adoption. The products o f this proposal will be made freely and publicly available. Additionally, the project team will create tutorials and support materials specifically to encourage others to use and build upon our work. The project work plan focuses on engagement with the sc holarly advisors to ensure the data module supports their needs and integrates with their practices for capturing, manipulating, and preserving datasets and databases. In addition to initiate wider scale adoption through integration with scholarly practi ces and suppor t at other institutions, the Libraries are seeking to further foster ongoing sustainability in collaboration with g. Representatives from the Libraries are leaders of the UF campus wide Data Management/Curation Task For ce and are actively collaborating with UF Research Computing faculty on integration processes to address computational and training needs. The data module as scoped for this project development directly supports identified needs for the humanities as deter mined through the A possible next phase of this project in collaboration with Research Computing could further refine and extend the data module su pport for integrated support in other areas. Building cultures for practicing data mana gement in the humanities requires increasing awareness and connecting cultures to reach a critical mass while providing ongoing sustainability to actively pursue collaboration across and among different groups. The team will provide both conceptual models and functional tools for practical use. As shown in the work plan, we h ave allotted significant time for documentation and producing online tutorials to make the component tools easy to use. The components will be built in commonly used web standar d languages (JavaScript, CSS, and HTML) with minimal dependencies to make them quickly adoptable and

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Building Cultures of Data Management through Integrative Approaches to Humanities Research Data University of Florida 15 adapt able for existing repositories running on different technologies The underlying data model and the web application will su pport linked data with JSO N LD and allow querying through the standard SPARQL interface.

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Building Cultures of Data Management through Integrative Approaches to Humanities Research Data University of Florida 16 Data Management Plan is designed to leverage existing Institutional Repository (IR) and Digital Library infrastructures for the preservation of data materials (image, text, video, audio, etc.) to develop an integrated module for quantitative and machine actionable style datasets and databases. The project utilizes the repository infrastructures at each partner institution to implementing the integrated data module. For this proje ct, the Libraries commit to preserving and providing access to the software, documentation, and other project data in the UF Digital Collections (UFDC), powered by the SobekCM Open Source Software In addition, a complete project history and code will be made available in both GitHub (for daily builds) and SourceForge for the final release from the UF and UNT Libraries T he Libraries commit to archiving and making materials a ccessible on an ongoing basis and at project end This standard practice with in the Libraries demonstrates commitment to open and speedy dissemination of grant products and grant materials (e.g., "Unearthing St. Augustine" grant materials: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00004298 ) to support future research needs and build a university wide culture of grantsmanship. UF dedicate s significant staff time to digital preservation and access from the Digital Library Center staff, IR@UF Manager, Digital Development & Web Services Team, Digital Librarian, and others. Expected Data The project will generate a variety of data materials. The majority of the data will be software code and documentation. Additional data include: whitepaper, planning materials, reports, tutorial videos, training materials, meeting notes, and research databases and quantitative datasets that accompany research materials in other formats (digital files for newspapers, images, audio, video, archival correspondence, books, etc.) by combining the full research materials and machine actionable datasets to implement the data module using an iterative implementation and refinement process. During implementation and iterative software refinement processes throughout the grant period the project team will use GitHub for sharing code and documentation. The data will also be openly available for anyone from GitHub. For more permanent and findable support, all grant data materials will be made openly accessib le and preserved in the UF Digital Collections. Period of Data Retention The goal of this project is to create an Open Source, useable, and useful module that interoperates with existing IRs and digital libraries for integrated research data support. As such, the project team must share the results for its success The investigators commit to providing openly shared data in a timely manner. The project is a partnership among public university libraries that are all committed to Open Access. The propo sed research does not involve any private or otherwise restricted data, and does not involve any data that would present risk with disclosure. The team d o es not anticipate any privacy issues, ethical issues, or intellectual property issues. Data Formats and Dissemination

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Building Cultures of Data Management through Integrative Approaches to Humanities Research Data University of Florida 17 Software source code and associated documentation will be stored in plain ASCII files and may be packaged using standard Open Source tools (e.g., tar, gzip). A version control system (i.e., cvs, git, or subversion) will be used to suppo rt collaboration, version control and recovery of previous versions with project partners planning to use GitHub. Documentation will be embedded in source code, in separate ASCII files (e.g., plain ASCII, Asciidoc, HTML, XML) and/or in formatted files (e. g., PDF, DOCX, PPTX). Training and support materials will be stored in standard formats (e.g, HTML, PDF, AVI, PPTX, etc.). Researcher datasets and accompanying files will be made available in their original and normalized formats (brief list of selected recommended formats: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00017119/00011 ). All materials will be available in the IR@UF powered by the SobekCM software with metadata for all materials (at the item, group, and aggregation levels), permanent identifiers and URLs, multiple file formats a nd digital object packages ( preservation and access copies), and more. All materials for this project will be openly accessible and will be made available as soon as possible, with the supporting metada ta for findability and usability. In most cases, the latest project deliverables will be made available immediately and additionally in regular releases every month. Data Storage and Preservation of Access The Libraries are currently committed to long term digital preservation of all materials in the UF Digital Collections (UFDC), including the IR@UF, and in UF supported collaborative projects as with the Digital Library of the Caribbean (dLOC). Redundant digital archives, adherence to proven standards, and rigorous quality control methods protect digital objects. Through UFDC, the L ibraries provide a comprehensive approach to digital preservati on, including technical support, reference services for both online and offline archived files, and support services by providing training and consultation for digitization standards for long term digital preservation. The Libraries support locally create d digital resources as powered by and hosted with the SobekCM Open Source Repository Software including the UFDC which contains over 381,000 digital objects with over 30 mil lion files (as of February 2014). The Libraries create METS/MODS metadata for all materials. Citation information for each digital object is also automatically transformed by the SobekCM software into MARCXML and Dublin Core. These records are widely distributed through library networks and through search engine optimization to ensure broad public access to all online materials. In practice consistent for all digital projects and materials supported by the UF Libraries, redundant copies are maintained for all online and offline files. The digital archive is maintained as the Florida Digital Archive (FDA) which was completed in 2005 and is available at no cost to Flori university libraries. The software programmed to support the FDA is modeled on the widely accepted Open Archival Information System. It is a dark archive and supports the preservation functions of format normalization, mass format migration and migration on request. As items are processed into the UFDC for public access, a command in the METS header directs a copy of the files to the FDA. The process of forwarding original files d protect electronic data for the long term. If items are not directed to load for public access, they do not load online and are instead loaded directly to the FDA. For more, s ee: http://ufdc.ufl.ed u/sobekcm/preservation

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click for Budget Instructions x-none Computational Details/Notes x-none (notes)x-none Year 1x-none (notes)x-none Year 2x-none (notes)x-none Year 3x-none Project Total x-none 09/01/2014__08/31/2015__ x-none 09/01/2015__08/31/2016__ x-none 09/01/2016__08/31/2017__ x-none 1. Salaries & Wages x-none TBD; IT Expert 2x-none $55,443/yrx-none 75%x-none $41,582x-none 100%x-none $55,443x-none %x-none $97,025 x-none Acord, Sophia; Project Evaluator x-none Only Summer Semesterx-none 100%x-none $5,000x-none 100%x-none $5,000x-none 100%x-none $5,000x-none $15,000 x-none Donnelly, Diana; Instructional Video Developer x-none $15/hr X 318 hoursx-none 100%x-none $4,770x-none 100%x-none $4,770x-none %x-none $9,540 x-none %x-none %x-none %x-none $0 x-none %x-none %x-none %x-none $0 x-none %x-none %x-none %x-none $0 x-none 2. Fringe Benefits x-none 33.3%x-none $13,847x-none $18,462x-none $32,309 x-none 4.6%x-none $449x-none $450x-none $230x-none $1,129 x-none 3. Consultant Fees x-none CAPES-Survey workx-none $1,000x-none $2,000x-none $3,000 x-none 4. Travel x-none $0 x-none $0 x-none 5. Supplies & Materials x-none $0 x-none University of Florida x-none 09/01/2014 through 08/31/2017 x-none Mark Sullivan x-none Budget Form x-none OMB No 3136-0134 Expires 7/31/2015 x-none Applicant Institution: x-none Project Director: x-none Project Grant Period:

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x-none 6. Services x-none UNT Sub-Contractx-none $24,170x-none $44,253x-none $5,557x-none $73,980 x-none 7. Other Costs x-none $0 x-none 8. Total Direct Costsx-none Per Yearx-none $90,818x-none $128,378x-none $12,787x-none $231,983 x-none 9. Total Indirect Costs x-none 28.5% rate; $90,818-YR1 Base; $128,378-YR2 Base; $12,787YR3 Base; Dept of Health & Human Services; 07/01/12 x-none Per Yearx-none $25,883x-none $24,212x-none $2,061x-none $52,156 x-none 10. Total Project Costsx-none $284,139 x-none 11. Project Fundingx-none a. Requested from NEHx-none $284,139 x-none $0 x-none $284,139 x-none b. Cost Sharingx-none $188,775 x-none $0 x-none $0 x-none $0 x-none $188,775 x-none 12. Total Project Fundingx-none $472,914 x-none Third-Party Contributions: x-none (Direct and Indirect costs for entire project) x-none Project Income: x-none Applicant's Contributions: x-none Outright: x-none Federal Matching Funds: x-none TOTAL REQUESTED FROM NEH: x-none Other Federal Agencies: x-none TOTAL COST SHARING:

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Building Cultures of Data Management through Integrative Approaches to Humanities Research University of Florida Budget Narrative Salary & Wages plus Fringe (UF) NEH Request ($155,003) The project team plans to hire a temporary Software Developer/IT Expert (.75 FTE year 1 and 1 FTE year 2 totals $129,334) to develop the tools and documentation that will be released with this project. Temporary Instructional Video Developer, Diana Donnelly ($15/hour X 636 hours in year 1 and 2 totals $9,978), will create instructional data management and tutorial videos. Additionally, an external evaluator, Sophia Acord, Ph.D. ($5,230 X 3 years summer salary totals $15,690) will use qualitative methods for interviewing, coding and analyzing data related to experiences of project team members and advisors. Salary & Wages plus Fringe (U NT) NEH Request ($49,987) UNT plans to contribute to the creation of the system and to test the integration of the system within their repository architecture. Librarian Mark Phillips (.03 FTE year 1 and 2 totals $7,210) will provide the overall direction and management of the UNT portion of the project as well as participating in research and documentation activities. Programmer Joey Liechty (.5 FTE year 1 and 2 totals $39,023) will partner with the UF development team in coordination with Phillips to develop and implement specifications created by the project in the local UNT Digital Library repository. He will participate in project meetings and contribute to project documentation and reporting. Salary & Wages plus Fringe (UF) Cost Share ($188,775) Cost share will be provided by Smathers Libraries key participants as follows : Senior IT and Head of Digital Development and Web Unit, Mark Sullivan (PI) (.20 FTE for three years totals $57,672) will oversee the project, manage the temporary developer, and continue the development of the tools after the grant period; Digital Humanities Librarian, Laurie Taylor (Co-PI) (.20 FTE for three years totals $50,976) will facilitate scholarly advisory board activities and meetings, liaise with technical team and scholars, provide feedback from other scholars with materials and collections intended for dLOC, and liaise with UF and UNT Research Computing groups for future expansions and shared scholarly cyberinfrastructure ; International Documents Librarian, Chelsea Dinsmore (.05 FTE for three years totals $12,861) will facilitate outreach and training and liaise with scholars; Classics, Philosophy and Religion Librarian, Blake Landor (.05 FTE for three years totals $15,405) will additionally facilitate outreach and training and liaise with scholars in fields of his specialization; Exhibit Designer, Lourdes Santamaria Wheeler (.05 FTE for three years totals $9,267) will liaise with museums and outreach to humanities scholars ; Manager of UF Institutional Repository and Theses & Dissertations Program, Christy Shorey (.05 FTE for three years totals $8,172) will assist with promotion and training of users of the developed system; Software Developer, Suchitra Yellapantula (.15 FTE for three years totals $34,422) will assist with development of the tool and provide ongoing support. Consultant Fees (UF) NEH Request ($3,000) Additional external evaluation services will be provided by the Collaborative Assessment and Program Evaluation Services (CAPES) will administer pre and post surveys during year 1 and 3 ($3,000) to Indirect Costs (UF) NEH Request ($52,156) NEH funding is requested for IDC rate of 28.5% for UF as follows: $52,156 ($90,818 in base direct costs in year 1, totals $25,883; $128,378 base direct costs in year 2 totals $24,212; and $12,787 base direct costs in year 3 totals costs.

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Building Cultures of Data Management through Integrative Approaches to Humanities Research University of Florida Indirect Costs (UNT) NEH Request ($23,994) NEH funding is requested for IDC rate for UNT of 49% as follows: $23,994 ($16,331 in base direct costs in year 1, totals $7,839; $29,901 in base direct costs in year 2 totaling $14,352; and $3,755 in base direct costs in year 3, totals $1,802).

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x-none File Number:x-none 9.5x-none Year 1 x-none Project Title: x-none Phone Number:x-none -2415x-none E-mail: x-none 2/12/2014x-none 9/1/2007 Personnel x-none (EMPL IDs ARE REQUIRED FOR ALL UNT EMPLOYEES)x-none Last Namex-none First Namex-none EMPL ID# x-none Employee Type x-none Responsibility x-none Monthly Rate x-none Percent Effort (%) x-none Project Salary x-none Liechtyx-none Joeyx-none 10237710x-none Staffx-none Programmerx-none $4,025x-none 50x-none 2x-none 3x-none $10,063 x-none Phillipsx-none Markx-none 1008791x-none Facultyx-none PIx-none $7,870x-none 3x-none 9x-none 3x-none $2,833x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none $12,896 Fringe Benefits for Personnel x-none Last Namex-none First Namex-none EMPL ID#x-none Retirementx-none Insurance Typex-none Other Support x-none Hire Datex-none Fringe Rate x-none Fringe Benefit Totals x-none Liechtyx-none Joeyx-none 10237710x-none TRSx-none Employeex-none Yesx-none 10/1/2012x-none 15.45x-none $2,713x-none Phillipsx-none Markx-none 1008791x-none TRSx-none Spousex-none Yesx-none 9/1/2004x-none 15.45x-none $723x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none TRSx-none Employeex-none Yesx-none 9/1/2007x-none 15.45x-none $0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none TRSx-none Employeex-none Yesx-none 9/1/2007x-none 15.45x-none $0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none TRSx-none Employeex-none Yesx-none 9/1/2007x-none 15.45x-none $0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none TRSx-none Employeex-none Yesx-none 9/1/2007x-none 15.45x-none $0 x-none $3,435 x-none $16,331 Students x-none Last Namex-none First Namex-none EMPL ID# x-none Student Type x-none Responsibility x-none Monthly Rate x-none Percent Effort (%) x-none Project Salary x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none Graduatex-none 0x-none $0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none Graduatex-none 0x-none $0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none $0 Fringe Benefits for Students x-none Last Namex-none First Namex-none EMPL ID# x-none Student Type x-none Insurance Typex-none Other Support x-none Hire Datex-none Fringe Rate x-none Fringe Benefit Totals x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none Graduatex-none Employeex-none Nox-none 9/1/2007x-none 8.65x-none $0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none Graduatex-none Employeex-none Nox-none 9/1/2007x-none 8.65x-none $0 x-none $0 x-none $0 x-none $12,896 x-none $3,435 x-none $16,331 Travel x-none Componentx-none Locationx-none Datex-none Destinationx-none Cost x-none $0x-none $0 x-none $0 Capital Expenditures/Equipment x-none Amountx-none Quantityx-none Cost x-none $0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none $0 Supplies x-none Amountx-none Quantityx-none Cost x-none $0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none $0 x-none Amountx-none Quantityx-none Cost x-none $0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none $0 Sub-Contracts x-none Amount x-none $0 x-none $0 Participant Support Costs x-none Amountx-none Quantityx-none Cost x-none $0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none Sum of Participant Support Costsx-none $0 Other-Graduate Student Tuition x-none Calculate Grad Tuition in this Budget Category. IDC is not assessed on tuition. x-none Amountx-none Quantityx-none Cost x-none $0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none Sum of Other-Graduate Student Tuition x-none $0 Other-All Other Costs except Graduate Tuition x-none Amountx-none Quantityx-none Cost x-none $0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none Sum of Otherx-none $0 Indirect Costs x-none IDC ratex-none $16,331 x-none 48 x-none $7,839 x-none Total Direct Costsx-none $16,331 x-none $24,170 x-none Total Amount Requested for Year 1 Budget x-none Description x-none Modified Total Direct Costs x-none Item x-none Description x-none Sum of Publication/Printing Charges x-none Sum of Sub-Contracts x-none Item x-none Description x-none Documentation Location x-none IDC Amount x-none Research x-none This Budget is prepared for: x-none NEH Digital Humanities Implementation Grant with University of Florida x-none Budget Prepared by: x-none Mark Phillips mark.phillips@unt.edu x-none UNT employees can not be recipients of UNT sub-contracts and must be paid in personnel category. x-none Description Publication Charges x-none Description x-none Description x-none Description x-none IDC Type x-none Item x-none These items individually are UNDER $5,000. x-none Sum of Supplies x-none For the typical activities included in this category, hold mouse over the cell to the left. x-none BB version: x-none Number of Months (Academic) x-none Description x-none Sum of Fringe Benefits for Students x-none Sum of Equipment x-none These items individually are OVER $5,000. 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x-none File Number:x-none 0x-none 9.5x-none 0x-none Year 2 x-none Project Title: x-none Phone Number:x-none -2415x-none E-mail: x-none 2/12/2014x-none 9/1/2007 Personnel x-none Last Namex-none First Namex-none EMPL ID# x-none Employee Type x-none Responsibility x-none Monthly Rate x-none Percent Effort (%) x-none Project Salary x-none Liechtyx-none Joeyx-none 10237710x-none Staffx-none Programmerx-none $4,146x-none 50x-none 9x-none 1x-none $20,729 x-none Phillipsx-none Markx-none 1008791x-none Facultyx-none PIx-none $8,106x-none 3x-none 9x-none 3x-none $2,918 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none $23,647 Fringe Benefits for Personnel x-none Last Namex-none First Namex-none EMPL ID#x-none Retirementx-none Insurance Typex-none Other Support x-none Hire Datex-none Fringe Rate x-none Fringe Benefit Totals x-none Liechtyx-none Joeyx-none 10237710x-none TRSx-none Employeex-none Yesx-none 10/1/2012x-none 15.45x-none $5,518 x-none Phillipsx-none Markx-none 1008791x-none TRSx-none Spousex-none Yesx-none 9/1/2004x-none 15.45x-none $736 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none TRSx-none Employeex-none Yesx-none 9/1/2007x-none 15.45x-none $0 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none TRSx-none Employeex-none Yesx-none 9/1/2007x-none 15.45x-none $0 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none TRSx-none Employeex-none Yesx-none 9/1/2007x-none 15.45x-none $0 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none TRSx-none Employeex-none Yesx-none 9/1/2007x-none 15.45x-none $0 x-none $6,254 x-none $29,901 Students x-none Last Namex-none First Namex-none EMPL ID# x-none Student Type x-none Responsibility x-none Monthly Rate x-none Percent Effort (%) x-none Project Salary x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none Graduatex-none 0x-none $0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none Graduatex-none 0x-none $0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none $0 Fringe Benefits for Students x-none Last Namex-none First Namex-none EMPL ID# x-none Student Type x-none Insurance Typex-none Other Support x-none Hire Datex-none Fringe Rate x-none Fringe Benefit Totals x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none Graduatex-none Employeex-none Nox-none 9/1/2007x-none 8.65x-none $0 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none Graduatex-none Employeex-none Nox-none 9/1/2007x-none 8.65x-none $0 x-none $0 x-none $0 x-none $23,647 x-none $6,254 x-none $29,901 Travel x-none Componentx-none Locationx-none Datex-none Destinationx-none Cost x-none $0 x-none $0 Capital Expenditures/Equipment x-none Amountx-none Quantityx-none Cost x-none $0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none $0 Supplies x-none Amountx-none Quantityx-none Cost x-none $0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none $0 x-none Pricex-none Quantityx-none Cost x-none $0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none $0 Sub-Contracts x-none Amount x-none $0 x-none $0 Participant Support Costs x-none Amountx-none Quantityx-none Cost x-none $0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none Sum of Participant Support Costsx-none $0 Other-Graduate Student Tuition x-none Calculate Grad Tuition in this Budget Category. 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Publication Charges x-none Item x-none Description x-none Item x-none Description x-none These items individually are UNDER $5,000.

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x-none File Number:x-none 0x-none 9.5x-none 0x-none Year 3 x-none Project Title: x-none Phone Number:x-none -2415x-none E-mail: x-none 2/12/2014x-none 9/1/2007 Personnel x-none Last Namex-none First Namex-none EMPL ID# x-none Employee Type x-none Responsibility x-none Monthly Rate x-none Percent Effort (%) x-none Project Salary x-none Liechtyx-none Joeyx-none 10237710x-none Staffx-none Programmerx-none $4,270x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none Phillipsx-none Markx-none 1008791x-none Facultyx-none PIx-none $8,349x-none 3x-none 9x-none 3x-none $3,006 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none $3,006 Fringe Benefits for Personnel x-none Last Namex-none First Namex-none EMPL ID#x-none Retirementx-none Insurance Typex-none Other Support x-none Hire Datex-none Fringe Rate x-none Fringe Benefit Totals x-none Liechtyx-none Joeyx-none 10237710x-none TRSx-none Employeex-none Yesx-none 10/1/2012x-none 15.45x-none $0 x-none Phillipsx-none Markx-none 1008791x-none TRSx-none Spousex-none Yesx-none 9/1/2004x-none 15.45x-none $749 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none TRSx-none Employeex-none Yesx-none 9/1/2007x-none 15.45x-none $0 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none TRSx-none Employeex-none Yesx-none 9/1/2007x-none 15.45x-none $0 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none TRSx-none Employeex-none Yesx-none 9/1/2007x-none 15.45x-none $0 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none TRSx-none Employeex-none Yesx-none 9/1/2007x-none 15.45x-none $0 x-none $749 x-none $3,755 Students x-none Last Namex-none First Namex-none EMPL ID# x-none Student Type x-none Responsibility x-none Monthly Rate x-none Percent Effort (%) x-none Project Salary x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none Graduatex-none 0x-none $0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none Graduatex-none 0x-none $0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none $0 Fringe Benefits for Students x-none Last Namex-none First Namex-none EMPL ID# x-none Student Type x-none Insurance Typex-none Other Support x-none Hire Datex-none Fringe Rate x-none Fringe Benefit Totals x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none Graduatex-none Employeex-none Nox-none 9/1/2007x-none 8.65x-none $0 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none Graduatex-none Employeex-none Nox-none 9/1/2007x-none 8.65x-none $0 x-none $0 x-none $0 x-none $3,006 x-none $749 x-none $3,755 Travel x-none Componentx-none Locationx-none Datex-none Destinationx-none Cost x-none $0 x-none $0 Capital Expenditures/Equipment x-none Amountx-none Quantityx-none Cost x-none $0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none $0 Supplies x-none Amountx-none Quantityx-none Cost x-none $0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none $0 x-none Pricex-none Quantityx-none Cost x-none $0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none $0 Sub-Contracts x-none Amount x-none $0 x-none $0 Participant Support Costs x-none Amountx-none Quantityx-none Cost x-none $0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none Sum of Participant Support Costsx-none $0 Other-Graduate Student Tuition x-none Calculate Grad Tuition in this Budget Category. IDC is not assessed on tuition. x-none Amountx-none Quantityx-none Cost x-none $0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none Sum of Other-Graduate Student Tuition x-none $0 Other-All Other Costs except Graduate Tuition x-none Pricex-none Quantityx-none Cost x-none $0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none Sum of Otherx-none $0 Indirect Costs x-none IDC ratex-none $3,755 x-none 48x-none $1,802 x-none Total Direct Costsx-none $3,755 x-none $5,557 x-none Total Amount Requested for Year 3 Budget x-none Research Publication Charges x-none For the typical activities included in this category, hold mouse over the cell to the left. x-none Item x-none IDC Type x-none IDC Amount x-none Description x-none Number of Months (Summer) x-none Documentation Location x-none Sum of Personnel and Fringe Benefits x-none Sum of Publication/Printing Charges x-none Sum of Sub-Contracts x-none Description x-none NEH Digital Humanities Implementation Grant with University of Florida x-none Budget Prepared by: x-none Mark Phillips x-none mark.phillips@unt.edu x-none Project Budget x-none Number of Months (Summer) x-none 0 x-none Item x-none Description x-none UNT employees can not be recipients of UNT sub-contracts and must be paid in personnel category. x-none Description x-none Item x-none This Budget was drafted on: x-none These items individually are OVER $5,000.Please obtain a vendor quote x-none Description x-none Sum of Fringe Benefits for Students x-none Sum of Students and Fringe Benefits x-none This Budget is prepared for: x-none Sum of Travel x-none Description x-none Number of Months (Academic) x-none Sum of Personnel and Students x-none Item x-none Modified Total Direct Costs x-none 0 x-none Item x-none Description x-none Item x-none Sum of Students x-none Sum of Salary x-none Sum of Fringe Benefits x-none 2001 2013 by University of North Texas, Office of Research Services x-none These items individually are UNDER $5,000. x-none 0 x-none BB version: x-none Item x-none Description x-none Sum of Personnel x-none Sum of Fringe Benefits for Personnel x-none Number of Months (Academic) x-none Sum of Supplies x-none Sum of Equipment

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x-none File Number:x-none 0x-none 9.5x-none 0x-none Year 4 x-none Project Title: x-none Phone Number:x-none -2415x-none E-mail: x-none 2/12/2014x-none 9/1/2007 Personnel x-none Last Namex-none First Namex-none EMPL ID# x-none Employee Type x-none Responsibility x-none Monthly Rate x-none Percent Effort (%) x-none Project Salary x-none Liechtyx-none Joeyx-none 10237710x-none Staffx-none Programmerx-none $4,398x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none Phillipsx-none Markx-none 1008791x-none Facultyx-none PIx-none $8,600x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none $0 Fringe Benefits for Personnel x-none Last Namex-none First Namex-none EMPL ID#x-none Retirementx-none Insurance Typex-none Other Support x-none Hire Datex-none Fringe Rate x-none Fringe Benefit Totals x-none Liechtyx-none Joeyx-none 10237710x-none TRSx-none Employeex-none Yesx-none 10/1/2012x-none 15.45x-none $0 x-none Phillipsx-none Markx-none 1008791x-none TRSx-none Spousex-none Yesx-none 9/1/2004x-none 15.45x-none $0 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none TRSx-none Employeex-none Yesx-none 9/1/2007x-none 15.45x-none $0 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none TRSx-none Employeex-none Yesx-none 9/1/2007x-none 15.45x-none $0 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none TRSx-none Employeex-none Yesx-none 9/1/2007x-none 15.45x-none $0 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none TRSx-none Employeex-none Yesx-none 9/1/2007x-none 15.45x-none $0 x-none $0 x-none $0 Students x-none Last Namex-none First Namex-none EMPL ID# x-none Student Type x-none Responsibility x-none Monthly Rate x-none Percent Effort (%) x-none Project Salary x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none Graduatex-none 0x-none $0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none Graduatex-none 0x-none $0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none $0 Fringe Benefits for Students x-none Last Namex-none First Namex-none EMPL ID# x-none Student Type x-none Insurance Typex-none Other Support x-none Hire Datex-none Fringe Rate x-none Fringe Benefit Totals x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none Graduatex-none Employeex-none Nox-none 9/1/2007x-none 8.65x-none $0 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none Graduatex-none Employeex-none Nox-none 9/1/2007x-none 8.65x-none $0 x-none $0 x-none $0 x-none $0 x-none $0 x-none $0 Travel x-none Componentx-none Locationx-none Datex-none Destinationx-none Cost x-none $0 x-none $0 Capital Expenditures/Equipment x-none Amountx-none Quantityx-none Cost x-none $0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none $0 Supplies x-none Amountx-none Quantityx-none Cost x-none $0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none $0 x-none Pricex-none Quantityx-none Cost x-none $0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none $0 Sub-Contracts x-none Amount x-none $0 x-none $0 Participant Support Costs x-none Amountx-none Quantityx-none Cost x-none $0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none Sum of Participants Support Costsx-none $0 Other-Graduate Student Tuition x-none Calculate Grad Tuition in this Budget Category. IDC is not assessed on tuition. x-none Amountx-none Quantityx-none Cost x-none $0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none Sum of Other-Graduate Student Tuition x-none $0 Other-All Other Costs except Graduate Tuition x-none Pricex-none Quantityx-none Cost x-none $0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none Sum of Otherx-none $0 Indirect Costs x-none IDC ratex-none $0 x-none 48x-none $0 x-none Total Direct Costsx-none $0 x-none $0 x-none mark.phillips@unt.edu x-none Project Budget x-none This Budget was drafted on: x-none Number of Months (Academic) x-none Description x-none These items individually are UNDER $5,000. x-none Description Publication Charges x-none Budget Prepared by: x-none Mark Phillips x-none For the typical activities included in this category, hold mouse over the cell to the left. x-none Item x-none Item x-none Item x-none Item x-none IDC Amount x-none Description x-none Documentation Location x-none Modified Total Direct Costs x-none Sum of Sub-Contracts x-none NEH Digital Humanities Implementation Grant with University of Florida x-none 0 x-none Description x-none UNT employees can not be recipients of UNT sub-contracts and must be paid in personnel category. x-none Description x-none Item x-none This Budget is prepared for: x-none Sum of Travel x-none Sum of Supplies x-none Number of Months (Academic) x-none BB version: x-none Sum of Salary x-none Sum of Personnel and Students x-none Sum of Equipment x-none These items individually are OVER $5,000. x-none 0 x-none Sum of Fringe Benefits for Students x-none Sum of Fringe Benefits x-none Description x-none Item x-none Sum of Publication/Printing Charges x-none Item x-none Description x-none 2001 2013 by University of North Texas, Office of Research Services x-none IDC Type x-none Description x-none Total Amount Requested for Year 4 Budget x-none Research x-none 0 x-none Sum of Personnel x-none Sum of Fringe Benefits for Personnel x-none Number of Months (Summer) x-none Sum of Personnel and Fringe Benefits x-none Sum of Students and Fringe Benefits x-none Sum of Students x-none Number of Months (Summer)

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x-none File Number:x-none 0x-none 9.5x-none 0x-none Year 5 x-none Project Title: x-none Phone Number:x-none -2415x-none E-mail: x-none 2/12/2014x-none 9/1/2007 Personnel x-none Last Namex-none First Namex-none EMPL ID# x-none Employee Type x-none Responsibility x-none Monthly Rate x-none Percent Effort (%) x-none Project Salary x-none Liechtyx-none Joeyx-none 10237710x-none Staffx-none Programmerx-none $4,530x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none Phillipsx-none Markx-none 1008791x-none Facultyx-none PIx-none $8,858x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none $0 Fringe Benefits for Personnel x-none Last Namex-none First Namex-none EMPL ID#x-none Retirementx-none Insurance Typex-none Other Support x-none Hire Datex-none Fringe Rate x-none Fringe Benefit Totals x-none Liechtyx-none Joeyx-none 10237710x-none TRSx-none Employeex-none Yesx-none 10/1/2012x-none 15.45x-none $0 x-none Phillipsx-none Markx-none 1008791x-none TRSx-none Spousex-none Yesx-none 9/1/2004x-none 15.45x-none $0 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none TRSx-none Employeex-none Yesx-none 9/1/2007x-none 15.45x-none $0 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none TRSx-none Employeex-none Yesx-none 9/1/2007x-none 15.45x-none $0 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none TRSx-none Employeex-none Yesx-none 9/1/2007x-none 15.45x-none $0 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none TRSx-none Employeex-none Yesx-none 9/1/2007x-none 15.45x-none $0 x-none $0 x-none $0 Students x-none Last Namex-none First Namex-none EMPL ID# x-none Student Type x-none Responsibility x-none Monthly Rate x-none Percent Effort (%) x-none Project Salary x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none Graduatex-none 0x-none $0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none Graduatex-none 0x-none $0x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none $0 Fringe Benefits for Students x-none Last Namex-none First Namex-none EMPL ID# x-none Student Type x-none Insurance Typex-none Other Support x-none Hire Datex-none Fringe Rate x-none Fringe Benefit Totals x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none Graduatex-none Employeex-none Nox-none 9/1/2007x-none 8.65x-none $0 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none Graduatex-none Employeex-none Nox-none 9/1/2007x-none 8.65x-none $0 x-none $0 x-none $0 x-none $0 x-none $0 x-none $0 Travel x-none Componentx-none Locationx-none Datex-none Destinationx-none Cost x-none $0 x-none $0 Capital Expenditures/Equipment x-none Amountx-none Quantityx-none Cost x-none $0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none $0 Supplies x-none Amountx-none Quantityx-none Cost x-none $0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none $0 x-none Pricex-none Quantityx-none Cost x-none $0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none $0 Sub-Contracts x-none Amount x-none $0 x-none $0 Participant Support Costs x-none Amountx-none Quantityx-none Cost x-none $0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none Sum of Participant Support Costsx-none $0 Other-Graduate Student Tuition x-none Calculate Grad Tuition in this Budget Category. IDC is not assessed on tuition. x-none Amountx-none Quantityx-none Cost x-none $0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none Sum of Other-Graduate Student Tuition x-none $0 Other-All Other Costs except Graduate Tuition x-none Pricex-none Quantityx-none Cost x-none $0x-none 0x-none $0 x-none Sum of Otherx-none $0 Indirect Costs x-none IDC ratex-none $0 x-none 48x-none $0 x-none Total Direct Costsx-none $0 x-none $0 Publication Charges x-none This Budget was drafted on: x-none Project Budget x-none This Budget is prepared for: x-none NEH Digital Humanities Implementation Grant with University of Florida x-none Budget Prepared by: x-none Mark Phillips x-none mark.phillips@unt.edu x-none BB version: x-none Number of Months (Academic) x-none 0 x-none Sum of Students and Fringe Benefits x-none Sum of Personnel and Students x-none Sum of Salary x-none Sum of Fringe Benefits x-none Description x-none UNT employees can not be recipients of UNT sub-contracts and must be paid in personnel category. x-none 0 x-none IDC Amount x-none IDC Type x-none Modified Total Direct Costs x-none Description x-none Item x-none Item x-none Sum of Publication/Printing Charges x-none 0 x-none For the typical activities included in this category, hold mouse over the cell to the left. x-none Sum of Supplies x-none Item x-none Sum of Sub-Contracts x-none Item x-none Description x-none Item x-none Description x-none 2001 2013 by University of North Texas, Office of Research Services x-none Description x-none Documentation Location x-none Total Amount Requested for Year 5 Budget x-none Research x-none Description x-none Sum of Personnel x-none Sum of Fringe Benefits for Personnel x-none Number of Months (Academic) x-none Sum of Personnel and Fringe Benefits x-none Number of Months (Summer) x-none Number of Months (Summer) x-none Item x-none Sum of Equipment x-none Sum of Students x-none Sum of Fringe Benefits for Students x-none These items individually are UNDER $5,000. x-none These items individually are OVER $5,000. x-none Sum of Travel x-none Item x-none Description x-none Description

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x-none File Number:x-none 0x-none $41,682 x-none Project Title:x-none NEH Digital Humanities Implementation Grant with University of Florida x-none BB Version:x-none 9.5 x-none Project Budget x-none Year 1x-none Year 2x-none Year 3x-none Year 4x-none Year 5x-none Total Personnel x-none Liechtyx-none Joeyx-none 10237710x-none $10,063x-none $20,729x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $30,791 x-none Phillipsx-none Markx-none 1008791x-none $2,833x-none $2,918x-none $3,006x-none $0x-none $0x-none $8,757 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0 Subtotal of Personnel x-none $12,896x-none $23,647x-none $3,006x-none $0x-none $0x-none $39,548 Fringe Benefits x-none Liechtyx-none Joeyx-none 10237710 x-none $2,713x-none $5,518x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $8,231 x-none Phillipsx-none Markx-none 1008791x-none $723x-none $736x-none $749x-none $0x-none $0x-none $2,207 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0 Subtotal of Fringe Benefits for Personnel x-none $3,435x-none $6,254x-none $749x-none $0x-none $0x-none $10,438 Subtotal of Personnel and FB x-none $16,331x-none $29,901x-none $3,755x-none $0x-none $0x-none $49,987 Students x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0 Subtotal of Students x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0 Fringe Benefits for Students x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0 x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0 x-none 0x-none 0x-none 0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0 Subtotal of Fringe Benefits for Students x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0 Subtotal of Students and FBS x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0 Subtotal of Salary x-none $12,896x-none $23,647x-none $3,006x-none $0x-none $0x-none $39,548 Subtotal of Fringe Benefits x-none $3,435x-none $6,254x-none $749x-none $0x-none $0x-none $10,438 Subtotal of Personnel and Students x-none $16,331x-none $29,901x-none $3,755x-none $0x-none $0x-none $49,987 Travel x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0 Capital Expenditures/Equipment x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0 Supplies x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0 Publication/Printing Charges x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0 Sub-Contracts 0 x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0 x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0 Participant Support Costs x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0 Other-Graduate Student Tuition (IDC is not assessed on tuition) x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0 Other-All Other Costs except Graduate Tuition x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0x-none $0 x-none $0 Total Direct Costs x-none $16,331x-none $29,901x-none $3,755x-none $0x-none $0x-none $49,987 Modified Total Direct Costs x-none $16,331x-none $29,901x-none $3,755x-none $0x-none $0x-none $49,987 Indirect Costs x-none $7,839x-none $14,352x-none $1,802x-none $0x-none $0x-none $23,994 Total Direct Costs x-none $16,331x-none $29,901x-none $3,755x-none $0x-none $0x-none $49,987 Indirect Costs x-none $7,839x-none $14,352x-none $1,802x-none $0x-none $0x-none $23,994 Requested Amount x-none $24,170x-none $44,253x-none $5,557x-none $0x-none $0x-none $73,980 Requested Amount x-none $24,170x-none $44,253x-none $5,557x-none $0x-none $0x-none $73,980 x-none Budget Prepared by: x-none Phone Number:x-none -2415 x-none E-mail: Subtotal of Sub-Contracts Subtotal of all non-personnel items x-none Mark Phillips x-none mark.phillips@ x-none 2001 2013 by University of North Texas, Office of Research Services 0

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MARK V. SULLIVAN Head of Digital Development & Web Services George A. Smathers Libraries, University of Florida ADDRESS: George A. Smathers Libraries TEL: 352.273.2907 P.O. Box 117000 EMAIL: marsull@uflib.ufl.edu University of Florida Gainesville, FL 32611-7000 EDUCATION: BS 2011 University of Florida, Computer Information Science Engineering RECENT POSITIONS HELD 2011 Head of Digital Development & Web Services, Information Technology, George A. Smathers Libraries, University of Florida 2005 2011 Information Technology Expert, Information Technology & Digital Library Center, George A. Smathers Libraries, University of Florida 2004 2005 Developer, Ephemeral Cities Project, Digital Library Center, George A. Smathers Libraries, University of Florida PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS Application Engineer and Digital Curation Director, Digital Library of the Caribbean Co -Director, Information Technology SIG, Association of Caribbean University, Research, and Institutional Libraries (ACURIL) Member, Association for Computing Machinery Member, American Library Association and Library and Information Technology Association RECENT AWARDS, FELLOWSHIPS, AND GRANTS Pioneer Days in Florida (National Historic Publications and Records Commissions; 2013) Archive of Haitian Religion and Culture (National Endowment for the Humanities; 2012) Unearthing St. Augustine (National Endowment for the Humanities; 2012) Association of Research Libraries (ARL) Position Description Bank (ARL; 2012) Caribbean Newspaper Digital Library (Department of Education; 2009-2014) America's Swamp: the Historical Everglades (NHPRC; 2009-2011) Digital Library of the Caribbean (Department of Education; 2005-2008) Ephemeral Cities (Institute of Museum & Library Services (2004-2005) PUBLICATIONS Selected Refereed Publications -authored with Brooke Wooldridge, Lourdes Santamaria-Wheeler, Mark V. Sullivan, Benjamin Hebblethwaite, and Megan Raitano. Library Publishing Toolkit. Geneseo, NY: Milne Library, SUNY Geneseo, Monroe County. 2013: < http://dloc.com/AA00016370 >. "Florida Digital Newspaper Library: Library and Publisher Partnerships for Access and Preservation," co-authored with Lois J. Widmer and Mark V. Sullivan. Florida Libraries (Fall 2012: 55/2), 15-17: < http://www.flalib.org/fl_lib_journal/Fall2012.pdf >. Access to Agricultural Publications Using Digital Repositories and the

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Semantic Web, co -authored with Val Davis, Stephen Williams, Dina Benson, Sara Russell Gonzalez, and Mark Sullivan. Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Digital Libraries 2010. < http://ufdc.ufl.edu/IR00000077/00001 >. "Developing an Open Access, Multi-Institutional, International Digital Library," co authored with Brooke Woold ri dge and Mark Sullivan. Resource Sharing & Information Networks, 2009. < http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00004150/00001 >. -centric model for technology development in -authored with Marilyn Ochoa. OCLC Systems & Services: International Digital Library Perspectives (2009: 25, 4), 249-262. SELECTED PRESENTATIONS SobekCM Training Series for Scholars, Curators, Collection Managers: Trainings 1with John Nemmers and Laurie N. Taylor. Webinars and UF Libraries (2013) osition paper and presentation with E. Deumens, R. Schipper, C. Botero, R. Garcia-Milian, H. Norton, M. Tennant, S. Acord, and C. Barnes. : July 18-20, 2011. Digital Library of the Caribbean Application Trainings: University of the Virgin Islands (2014) National Library of Jamaica (Kingston, Jamaica) 2007, 2009, 2011 U.S. Embassy (Portau -Prince, Haiti) July 2009 College of the Bahamas (Nassau, Bahamas) 2009 National Archives of Haiti (Portau -Prince, Haiti) 2006, 2007, 2008, 2010, 2012 CARICOM Secretariat (Georgetown, Guyana) 2006, 2008 FUNGLODE (Santa Domingo, DR) 2006, 2008 Universidad de Oriente (Venezuela) 2008 Systems (GIS) Day at Florida International University, Miami, Florida, March 2013. the Society of Florida Archivists, Sarasota, Florida, May 2011. Annual Conference of Caribbean University, Research, and Institutional Libraries (ACURIL), Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, June 2010. "Meta University, Research, and Institutional Libraries [ACURIL], Montego Bay, Jamaica, June 2008.

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LAURIE N. TAYLOR Digital Humanities Librarian, Scholarly Resources & Research Services George A. Smathers Libraries, University of Florida ADDRESS: George A. Smathers Libraries TEL: 352.273.2902 P.O. Box 117000 EMAIL: Laurien@ufl.edu University of Florida Gainesville, FL 32611-7000 EDUCATION: Ph.D. 2006 University of Florida, English/Digital Humanities RECENT POSITIONS HELD 2011 Digital Humanities Librarian, Scholarly Resources & Research Services (Digital Library Center, 2011-2012), George A. Smathers Libraries, University of Florida 2008 2011 Interim Director, Digital Library Center, George A. Smathers Libraries, University of Florida 2007 2008 Digital Projects Librarian, Digital Library Center, George A. Smathers Libraries, University of Florida PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS Technical Director, Digital Library of the Caribbean & Caribbean Newspaper Digital Library Technical Director, Florida Digital Newspaper Library Contributing Editor, Archive Journal ( http://archivejournal.net/ ) Member, Modern Language Association Executive Board Member, Global Outlooks :: Digital Humanities (GO::DH) RECENT AWARDS, FELLOWSHIPS, AND GRANTS Florida and Puerto Rico Newspaper Project (National Digital Newspaper Program; 2013) Pioneer Days in Florida (National Historic Publications and Records Commissions; 2013) Archive of Haitian Religion and Culture (National Endowment for the Humanities; 2012) Unearthing St. Augustine (National Endowment for the Humanities; 2012) Digital Humanities Collaboration (UF Faculty Enhancement Opportunity Grant; 2012) Association of Research Libraries (ARL) Position Description Bank (ARL; 2012) Digital Library of the Caribbean, Digital Scholarship and Scholar Support from Florida International University (FIU) Libraries (FIU Technology Fee Grant; 2011-2013) Caribbean Newspaper Digital Library (Department of Education; 2009-2014) America's Swamp: the Historical Everglades (NHPRC; 2009-2011) PUBLICATIONS Selected Refereed Publications co authored with Margarita Vargas-Betancourt and Brooke Wooldridge. Scholarly and Research Communication (2013): < src-online.ca/src/index.php/src/article/view/114/246 >. -authored with Brooke Wooldridge, Lourdes Santamaria-Wheeler, Mark V. Sullivan, Benjamin Hebblethwaite, and Megan Raitano. Library Publishing Toolkit. Geneseo, NY: Milne

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Library, SUNY Geneseo, Monroe County. 2013: < http://dloc.com/AA00016370 >. "Florida Digital Newspaper Library: Library and Publisher Partnerships for Access and Preservation," co-authored with Lois J. Widmer and Mark V. Sullivan. Florida Libraries (Fall 2012: 55/2), 15-17: < http://www.flalib.org/fl_lib_journal/Fall2012.pdf >. -authored with Rebecca Jefferson and Lourdes Santamaria-Wheeler. Journal of Electronic Resources Librarianship 24.3 (2012: 177-188): < http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00012882/00001/pdf >. Access to Agricultural Publications Using Digital Repositories and the Semantic Web, co -authored with Val Davis, Stephen Williams, Dina Benson, Sara Russell Gonzalez, and Mark Sullivan. Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Digital Libraries 2010. < http://ufdc.ufl.edu/IR00000077/00001 >. "D eveloping an Open Access, Multi-Institutional, International Digital Library," co authored with Brooke Wooldridge and Mark Sullivan. Resource Sharing & Information Networks, 2009. < http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00004150/00001 >. Playing the Past: Video Games, History, and Memory, co -edited with Zach Whalen. Nashville, TN: Vanderbilt University Press, 2008. "Gaming Ethics, Rules, Etiquette and Learning. Handbook of Research on Effective Electronic Gaming in Education. Ed. Richard E. Ferdig. Information Science Ref., 2008. "Open Source and Academia," co-authored with Brendan Riley, Computers and Composition Online (Spring 2004): < www.bgsu.edu/cconline/tayloriley/intro.html >. "When Seams Fall Apart: Video Game Space and the Player," Game Studies: the International Journal of Computer Game Research 3.2 (Dec. 2003): < http://www.gamestudies.org/0302/taylor/ >. SELECTED PRESENTATIONS Various presentations and workshops on scholarly practices and activities with the Digital Library of the Caribbean (dLOC); 2013 examples include: orkshop: Digital Curation (dLOC Advanced Training Institute) Library of the Caribbean (dLOC) Orientation & Humanities And Technology Camp) Caribe, Mayagez, Puerto Rico: Nov. 11-14, 2012. osition paper and presentation with E. Deumens, R. Schipper, C. Botero, R. Garcia-Milian, H. Norton, M. Tennant, S. Acord, and C. Barnes. : July 18-20, 2011. "The Role of Digital Libraries in Disaster Preparedness and Mitigation," presentation with Brooke Wooldridge. Association of Caribbean University, Research and Institutional Libraries (ACURIL) 2011 Conference, Tampa, FL: Jun. 1, 2011. s Libraries Publishing Services, presentation with Isabel Silver. Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) Library Publishing Services Workshop, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA: May 5, 2011. "Practical Steps Towards Your Local and/or Regional Digitalisation Project," at the Seminar for Libraries of the Dutch Caribbean Curaao, University of the Netherlands Antilles. Willemstad, Curaao: September 25-6, 2008.

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SOPHIA KRZYS ACORD, PH.D. Center for the Humanities and the Public Sphere University of Florida (UF) 200 Walker Hall P.O. Box 118030 Gainesville, FL 32611 USA skacord@ufl.edu FACULTY POSITION 2010 Associate Director, Center for the Humanities and the Public Sphere, UF present Program development and evaluation 2011 Lecturer, Department of Sociology and Criminology, & Law, UF present Instruction in: qualitative research methods, technology studies, cultural sociology 2007 Research Scientist, Center for Studies in Higher Education, University of California, Berkeley 2010 Project Manager, the Future of Scholarly Communication and Mean ing and Locus of Peer Review for Publication both funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation EDUCATION 2009 Ph.D., Sociology, University of Exeter, UK *Awarded an Honorable Mention by the 2010 ASA Dissertation Award committee. 2005 M.Res. (Masters of Research Methodology), Sociology, University of Exeter, UK Graduated summa cum laude 2003 B.A., Sociology & Anthropology (Minor, Interpretation Theory), Swarthmore College, PA Graduated with High Honors, Phi Beta Kappa OTHER RESEARCH AND EVALUATION EXPERIENCE 2003 Research Associate Center for Mobile Communication Studies Rutgers University 2007 Designed, conducted, and published research on digital technologies and information seeking. 2005 Research Assistant School of Education and Lifelong Learning University of Exeter Provided research support to Professor Gert Biesta on evidence based practice in education. 2003 Research Consultant and Evaluator Department of Drama University of Exeter 2004 Action research of On the Edge, an applied drama about first episode psychosis. On the Edge won 2000 Intern La Dlgation aux Arts Plastiques Le Minist re de la Culture, Paris, France 2001 Created a national database of museum frequentation and education programs. 2001 Assistant to Outreach Coordinator and Evaluator InterAct Theatre Company Philadelphia, PA 2002 Prepared, instructed, and evaluated NEA funded theatrical residencies focusing on conflict resolution in juvenile detention centers. 2000 Barrymore Recipient for Best Education Department. 1992 Archival Assistant Special Collections Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ 1998 Assisted in processing book, manuscript, and photographic collections, cataloguing new books. SELECTED PEER-REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS AND WHITE PAPERS nd personality? Incorporating disciplinary needs New Media & Society.

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Acord, S.K. (conditionally accepted). Installing contemporary art: Curatorial power and agency in configuring museum publics. Cultural Sociology. Harley, D. and Acord, S.K. (2011, March). Peer Review in Academic Promotion and Publishing: Its Meaning, Locus, and Future. Berkeley, CA: Center for Studies in Higher Education. Harley, D. & Acord, S.K. (2010). Studying the impacts of embedded disciplinary cultures in a networked Academy White paper for the NSF, SBE 2020: Future Research in the Social, Behavioral & Economic Sciences. Harley, D., Acord, S.K., Earl-Novell, S., Lawrence, S. & King, C.J. (2010) Assessing the Future Landscape of Scholarly Communication Berkeley, CA: Center for Studies in Higher Education. Acord, S.K. & DeNora, T. (2008). Culture and the arts: From art worlds to artsin -action. The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 619(1), 223237. Acord, S.K. (2006). Beyond the code: New aesthetic methodologies for the sociology of the arts. Sociologie de OPUS 9-10, 6986. Acord, S.K. (2006). The museum as university: Looking out looking in. Protocols: History and Theory 2. SELECTED INVITED PRESENTATIONS Humanities, Arts, Science, and Technology Advanced Collaboratory (HASTAC), 1-2 December 2011. Publishing (SSP) in collaboration with the Association for American University Presses (AAUP). Evaluation Practices in Art Worlds, Social Science Research Center Berlin, 27-28 November 2009. A peerAmerican Sociological Association, NYC, 2007. Culture network roundtable presentation: SELECTED SERVICE At UF: Creative Campus Committee, Committee for Civic Engagement, University Library Committee, Faculty Senate, Data Lifecycle Committee, Qualitative Research Board, Social Entrepreneurship Board Founding Editor: Music and Arts in Action (MAiA) Referee: Digital Humanities Quarterly, Museum Anthropology, Sociological Theory, Theory and Society

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Biographical Sketch M. David Miller Professor, Research and Evaluation Methods Director, Collaborative Assessment and Program Evaluation Services 1215 Norman Hall P.O Box 117047 Gainesville, FL 32611 (352) 2734306 dmiller@coe.ufl.edu A. PROFESSIONAL PREPARATION College/University Major Degree &Year UCLA Mathematics/Psychology B.S. 1977 UCLA Research and Evaluation Methods M. A. 1978 UCLA Research and Evaluation Methods Ph.D. 1981 Northwestern Psychology/Evaluation 1982 B. ACADEMIC/PROFESSIONAL APPOINTMENTS 1/08-present Director Collaborative Assessment and Program Evaluation Services, University of Florida 7/98 7/05 Department Chairperson Educational Psychology, University of Florida 7/97 Appointed University of Florida Research Foundation Professor 8/96 present Professor Department of Educational Psychology, University of Florida 8/91 8/96 Associate Professor Foundations of Education, University of Florida 8/87 8/91 Assistant Professor Foundations of Education, University of Florida 8/84 8/87 Co -Director Kansas Minimum Competency Testing Program Adjunct Assistant Professor Educational Psychology and Research, University of Kansas 10/82 8/84 Data Analyst Second International Mathematics Study Adjunct Assistant Professor -Educational Psychology, University of Illinois C. PUBLICATIONS Examples of Publications Miller, M.D. & Poggio, J.P. (under contract for completion in 2014). Test Theory. New York, NY: Routledge. Miller, M.D., Linn, R. L. & Gronlund, N.E. (2013). Measurement and Assessment in Teaching (Eleventh Edition). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice-Hall. Schelble, J.L., Therriault, D. J., & Miller, M. D. (2012). Classifying retrieval strategies as a function of working memory. Memory and Cognition, 40 (2), 218-230 Miller, M. D. (2011). Reliability. In N. Salkind (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Educational Psychology. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications. Miller, M.D. (2010). Education Measurement: Classical Test Theory Reliability. In E. L. Baker, P. Peterson, & B. McGaw (Eds.), International Encyclopedia of Education 3 rd Edition. Amsterdam : Elsevier. Miller, M. D. (2010). School Standards. In C. S. Clause-Ehlers (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Cross Cultural School Psychology, pp. 849-852. New York: Springer.

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Miller, M. D. (2008). Data for school improvement and educational accountability: Reliability and validity in practice. In L.A. Shepard & K. Ryan (Eds.), Educational accountability (pp. 249-261), Mahwah, NJ: Routledge/Lawrence Erlbaum. Miller, J.M., & Miller, M.D. (2008). No zero left behind: Comparing the fit for zero-inflation models as a function of skew and proportion of zeros. Interstat, 1-35, http://interstat.statjournals.net/YEAR/2008/abstracts/0810011.php Miller, J.M., & Miller, M.D. (2008). No zero left behind: Comparing the fit for zero-inflation models as a function of skew and proportion of zeros. Interstat, 1-35, http://interstat.statjournals.net/YEAR/2008/abstracts/0810011.php Miller, M. D., & Bottoms, G. (2007). Accountability and curriculum. In P.S. George (Ed.), The space between: Why the middle years matter. Tampa, FL: Helios Education Foundation. D. SYNERGISTIC ACTIVITIES Creation of Collaborative Assessment and Program Evaluation Services (CAPES) to help with evaluation of grants at University of Florida examples of successful funding with evaluation input include ei ght NSF grants, an IES grant and five state grants Director of Quality Enhancement Plan for the University of Florida and Chair of International Task Force. The Quality Enhancement Plan is due in January 2014. Technical Advisory Committees in Minnesota and Kentucky on K-12 assessment Former editor of Website for National Council on Measurement in Education (http://www.ncme.org/) COLLABORATORS AND OTHER AFFILIATIONS Collaborators Over The Last 48 Months: Robert L Linn, retired from University of Colorado, Rewriting book on Assessment John Poggio, University of Kansas, Writing book on Test Theory Willie Pearson, Georgia State University, Evaluating NSF I-cubed project Graduate and Postdoctoral Advisors Leigh Burstein, deceased Robert Boruch, Northwestern University Thesis Advisor and Postgraduate Scholar Sponsors over the Last Five Years: Graduate Students: Chris Oshima (Georgia State University). Jennifer Bergeron (Harvard) Total Number of Graduate Students advised: 13 completed

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Chelsea S. Dinsmore Associate University Librarian University of Florida (352) 273-0369 chelseaz@ufl.edu Education: University of Texas, Austin, Library and Information Science, MLIS, 1997 University of Florida, History, MA, 1994 New College, Sarasota, FL, History, B.A., 1991 Work Experience: University of Florida, George A. Smathers Libraries, Gainesville, FL International Documents Librarian, July 2004 current Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center, University of Texas, Austin, TX Professional Librarian, March 1998 October 2003 University of Florida, Family Youth and Community Sciences, Gainesville, FL National Database Coordinator, June 1994 August 1998 Publications: Books, contributed: Dinsmore, C., Pilot Grants for Outreach, in Librarians as Community Partners: An Outreach Handbook 21-23. American Library Association, American Library Association. Chicago: 2010. Dinsmore, C., Taking Advantage of Small Grants for Outreach, in Librarians as Community Partners: An Outreach Handbook 21 -23. American Library Association, American Library Association. Chicago: 2010. Articles, refereed: Dinsmore, C., V. Glenn, Using targeted distributed collections to enhance government depository collections at a regional level: the ASERL Collaborative Federal Depository Program, Collection Management vol. 37, no 3/4, Summer 2012. Grants: External: Preserving a Legacy, Celebrating a Centennial, Leveraging an Extraordinary Human Achievement Funding agency: Institute of Museum and Libraries Services (IMLS). Project to actualize,

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integrate, evaluate, and disseminate museum materials from the Panama Canal Museum; lead a multi-institutional centennial celebration of the opening Panama Canal in 2014-2015 to promote public understanding of the achievement and the heritage resources available for scholarly, educational, and civic purposes; and initiate a national dialog about the potential for best practices in library-museum collaborations, strategic alliances, and partnerships. Proposal: and tour are funded by a major grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) to the National Constitution Center. $2500 awarded 2010, exhibited Feb 10-Mar 7 2012. Internal: Principle Investigator, An education in distance training: A pilot project for developing a distributed scanning model for government documents in Florida based on the DLOC model. Library Mini-grant program. $1471.32 awarded to fund a pilot for using webinar technology to teach document scanning. Co Series. Library Mini-grant program. $758.37 awarded to fund a pilot project for digitizing a sample of the Parliamentary Debates. Activities at Professional Conferences/Meetings: National: Dinsmore, C., oblem of small Oct. 2012. State: Becoming a Center of Excellence at the University of Florida, presentation at the Alaba ma Library Association annual meeting, Birmingham, AL, Apr 2012. Libraries and Panama Canal Museum, with Rachel Schipper, Florida Library Association Annual Meeting, Orlando, FL. (Apr 18, 2012) Membership and Service in the Profession: American Library Association (ALA), member, 2004-present ALA Membership Committee, 200506 International Documents Task Force, GODORT, ALA, member, Coordinator (2011-12), Coordinator Elect (2010-11), 2004-present GODORT-IDTF, Agency Liaison for Council of Europe, task appointment, 2005-present GODORT Cataloging committee Liaison, 2009-2013

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DIANA N. DONNELLY diana.donnelly@gmail.com (352) 262-3015 6405 NW 29 th Terrace, Gainesville, FL 32653 PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Media Researcher September 2013 Present Pal freman Film Group Gainesville, FL Researches archival film footage and still photos for educational videos about the contribution of women to computi Establishes footage and photo rights ho lders ; o btains permissions for online use of materials and coordinates digital delivery of high resolution media Provides creative and logistical support to producers and editors Associate Producer April 2013 June 2013 Or ion Multimedia / HGTV Gainesville, FL Responsible for casting pilot episodes of two writing participa nt profiles and network pitch materials Coordinated logistics for film shoots in f ive states; served as primary contact and liaison with on camera participants, crew, local community busin ess owners and agencies to gain access and permis s ion to locations f or shooting Digital Projects Assistant June 2012 March 2013 University of Florida Libra ries Gainesville, FL Updated UF library websites and maintained YouTube Channel : http://www.youtube.com/user/UFlibraries Worked with University of Florida faculty and students to acquire and digitize media into the University of Florida Digital Collections (UFDC) and crea ted digital records Responsible for digitization and post capture processing of photos, documents, video, and audio for the web Media Researcher November 2011 January 2012 Palfreman Film Group Gainesville, FL Researched film footage for the P BS Frontline do hazards and benefits of nuclear power Established media rights holders and obtain ed permissions for all media uses Resolved digital formatting issues and provided support to producers and editors Associate Producer May 2011 November 2011 National Geographic Washington, DC Coordinated domestic and international film shoots including creating shooting plans, securing locations, arranging travel, and hiring crew for the 4 part the Nat Geo WILD! channel Wrote segment scripts and promotional copy for the web ; r esearched and annotated scripts Coordinated graphics and animation elements and prepared client deliverables Provided creative and logistical support to producers, editors, post-production supervisors and project managers

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Associate Producer January 2011 May 2011 D iscovery Studios Silver Spring, MD Story research and casting of patients and experts for the education al Getting Personal: The Shifting Landscape of Cancer Care, for the Discovery Channel about breakthroughs in genetic research for cancer treatment: http://www.discoverychannelcme.com/patient-education/getting-personal-shifting-landscapecancer-care Researched dynamic visuals such as animation, medical scans, and microscopic imagery for the project; coordinated postAssociate Produce r May 2009 November 2011 National Geographic Washington, DC Independently produced segments for the 10 part television National Geographic Channel about a range of topics including science and natural history Coordinated domestic and international film shoots Coordinated media materials in a busy post-production environment and wrote promotional copy for the web featured topics Assistant Editor February 2009 April 2009 Half Yard Productions Bethesda, MD Logged and digiti shows in development for Bravo and the History Channel Responsible for media management, post-production project workflow, and quality control of digitized footage Moving Image Researcher June 2006 August 2008 National Geographic Washington, DC Researched film and video footage in the National Geographic Archives and edited preview reel s under daily deadlines Ensured footage was cleared for sale in respective worldwide markets Teaching Assistant August 2005 May 2006 University of Florida Gainesville, FL Writing for Electronic Media (RTV21 00) Independently instructed two writing labs for undergraduates majoring in Telecommunications T.V. and American Society (RTV3405) Assisted in the administration of a course about the role of television in American society EDUCATION Master of Arts in Mass Communications The University of Florida Documentary Institute, Documentary Film Production, 2004 2006 Bachelor of Arts in English The University of Florida, Film and Media Studies focus, 1999-2002

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Vita February 13, 2014 Vita of Blake Landor, Ph.D. Associate University Librarian George A. Smathers Libraries Email: landor@ufl.edu Work Experience: Current University of Florida From Nov. 1990 to Present Title: Classics, Philosophy, Religion Librarian Scope of Duties Assistant University Librarian (1990-95). Associate Univers ity Librarian (1995-present). Coordinator for Humanities and Social Scie nce Collections for Library West (2008Present). Responsible for the development and management of collections in all formats supporting the academic programs in Philosophy, Religion, and Classics. Provide consultative services for stude nts and researchers, biblio graphic instruction, and end user/online services. Refworks and Zotero in structor. Works with Selectors in Library West on coordinating budgets and addressing issues of common concern. Coordinates a newly established Digital Human ities library interest group. Past Work Experience Institution Period Title Western Kentucky University Sept 1998November 1990 Humanities Librarian Southern Illinois University, Carbondale Sept. 1986-July 1988 Asst. Humanities/Asst Catalog Librarian SUNY-Oswego Sept. 1984-June 1985 Lecturer in Philosophy University of Toronto, Scarborough Sept. 1980-June 1981 Assistant Professor in Philosophy Education Institution Degree Date Rutgers University School of Library & Information Science MLS 1983 University of Toronto Ph.D. 1980 University of Texas in Austin M.A. 1972 Saint Johns College, Annapolis B.A. 1969

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Grants Mini-grant (2011-2012) "Catalog ing of Online Classical Latin Texts from the Packard Humanities Institute" Publications 1. Aristotle on Demonstrating Essence. Apeiron 19, no. 2 (January 1985). doi:10.1515/APEIRON.1985.19.2.116. 2. Definitions and Hypotheses in Posterior Analytics 72 a 19-25 and 76 b 35-77 a 4. Phronesis 26, no. 3 (January 1, 1981): 308. 3. Philosophy Editor (since 2006) of Philosophy Section of the Research for College Libraries (an ACRL/Choi ce + Bowker publication] Recent Professional Organization Involvement 2012 (March)Member of the Editorial Board of Swan Isle Press 2011-2014 Member ACRL LES Publications Committee 2010-1 Editorial Board Member, Re sources for College Libraries 2010-11 Chair ACRL LES 2011 Conference Planning Committee 2010-11 Member, WESS 2011 Conf erence Planning Committee 2008-2012 Member, ACRLs Research Program Committee In 2012 I coordinated an ACRL Research Program on Data Curation as a Form of Collaborative Research (h ttps://sites.google.com/site/acrlrpcdatacurationprogram/) 2007-2009 Member ACRL WESS Res earch and Planning Committee 2004-2006 Member College Library Section Re search for College Librarianship Committee 2004-2006 Member ACRL WESS Publications Committee 1998-present Advisory Board of the Ph ilosophical Documentation Center. Recent Relevant UF Co mmittee Assignment Member of UF Data Mana gement/Curation Taskforce Web sites: http://guides.uflib.ufl.edu/profile.php?uid=2284

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Mark E. Phillips UNT Libraries University of North Texas 1155 Union Circle #305190, Denton, TX 762031068 email: mark.phillips@unt.edu webs ite: http://www.library.unt.edu / voice: 9405652415 ACADEMIC PREPARATION Institution Major Degree Date University of North Texas Library and Information Science M.L.S. 2004 Oklahoma City University Music Performance B.M 2002 TEACHING AND PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Assistant Dean for Digital Libraries UNT Libraries. University of North Texas. 2010Pre sent Faculty Member Knowledge Discovery from Digital Information Research Cluster. 2010Present Digital Projects Unit Head UNT Libraries. University of North Texas. 20052010. Digital Projects Lab Manager UNT Libraries. University of North Texas. 20042005. PUBLICATIONS (Selected) Mark Phillips, Hannah Tarver, Stacy Frakes, (2014) Implementing a Collaborative Workflow for Metadata Analysis, Quality Improvement, and Mapping. Code4Lib Journal January 2014 Laura Waugh, Hannah Tarver and Mark Phillips.(2014) Creating order out of chaos: introducing name authority control into a large ETD collection. Library Management (pending publication) Mark Phillips, Daniel Alemneh, Brenda Reyes. (2014) Analysis of linking patterns in ETDs: a case study at the Un iversity of North Texas Library Management (pending publication) Mark Phillips, Kathleen Murray. Improving Access to Web Archives through Innovative Analysis of PDF Content. Proceedings of the Society for Imaging Science and Technology (IS&T) Archiving C onference, 2013 Washington DC. United States Kathleen Murray, Mark Phillips, Will Hicks, Neena Weng and Dreanna Belden. Reengineering The Portal to Texas History: A Case Study, IGI Book Chapter, Spring 2013 Phillips, M, (2013). Metadata Analysis at the Command Line. Code4Lib Journal Issue 19, 20130115 Tarver, H & Phillips, M (2013). Integrating ImageBased Research Datasets into an Existing Digital Repository Infrastructure. Cataloging & Classification Quarterly Volume 51, Issue 1-3 Skinner, K, Halbert, M, Schultz, M, & Phillips, M (2012). Digital Preservation of Newspapers: Findings of the Chronicles in Preservation Project. International Conference on Preservation of Digital Objects (iPres 2012) Sanderson, R, Von de Sompel, H, & Phillips, M (2011). Analyzing the Persistence of Referenced Web Resources with Memento Open Repositories 2011 Alemneh, D. & Phillips M ( 2011) Data desiccation: facilitating longterm access, use and reuse of ETDs, The 14th International Symposium on Electronic Theses and Dissertations

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Phillips, M & N ordstrom, K ( 2011) Transport Neutral Digital Object Replication. The Society for Imaging Science and Technology (IS&T) Murray, K R, Ko, L, & Phillips M ( 2011) Curation of the Endof Term Web Archive: Classification and Metrics. The Society for Imaging Science and Technology (IS&T) Minor, D, Phillips, M & Schultz M ( 2010) Chronopolis and MetaArchive: Preservation Cooperation International Conference on Preservation of Digital Objects (iPres 2010) Murray, K. R. & P hillips M ( 2010) Open Source Components, Standards Conformance, and UCD: Building Blocks for Successfully Managing and enhancing an established Digital Archive. The Society for Imaging Science and Technology (IS&T ). Alemneh, D. & Phillips M. ( 2007) E nhancing the Quality of Metadata: Modular Approach to Digital Resource Lifecycle Management. Archiving 2007: 7579. Hartman, C. N., Belden, D, Reis, N, Alemneh, D. G., Phillips M & Dunlop, D ( 2005 ) Development of a Portal to Texas History. Library Hi Tech 23 (2): 151163. RESEARCH ACTIVITIES (Selected) Co Principal Investigator. Mapping the Southwest Funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities. 2010 Co Principal Investigator New Mexico Historical Newspapers Funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities. 20102012. Co Principal Investigator. Classification of the Endof Term Archive: Extending Collection Development to Web Archives Funded by the Institute of Museum and Library Services. 20092012 Co Principal Investigator Lone Star Ink: National Digital Newspaper Program, Funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities. 20092011. Technology Lead. Oklahoma Historical Newspapers Funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities. 20092011. Technology Lead MetaArchive Interoperability Project Funded by the National Historical Publications and Records Commission. 20092011 Co Principal Investigator IOGENE: Optimizing the User Experience in an Architecture for Rapid Development Funded by the Institute of Museum and Library Services. 20072009. Co Principal Investigator. Lone Star Ink: National Digital Newspaper Program, Funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities. 20072009. SCHOLARLY & PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES & ACHIEVEMENTS (Selected) Depository Library Counc il. Government Printing Office 20112014 Library Journal, Mover and Shaker 2012 W. David Rozkuszka Scholarship. Government Document Roundtable (GODORT) American Library Association. 2004

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Lourdes Santamara Wheeler l.s.wheeler@ufl.edu (352 ) 273 2564 EDUCATION Master of Arts in Museology 2009 University of Florida, Gainesville, FL Bachelor of Fine Arts in Creative Photography, Minor in Art History 2003 University of Florida, Gainesville, FL PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Exhibits Coordinator 2012 present George A. Smathers Libraries University of Florida, Gainesville, FL Provide technical and design support for exhibits in library departments/branches Coordinate incoming and outgoing loans Coordinate scheduling and hosting of traveling exhibits Design physical and online exhibits, collateral materials and multimedia companion content Collect and analyze data for assessing the effectiveness of the exhibition program Technical Trainer, Translator, and Designer 2006 present Digital Library of the Caribbean ( www.dloc.com ) Train local and international partner institutions in the digitization process, including adherence to copyright, metadata creation, specific equipment use, current digitization standards and image manipulati on Contribute and translated content for the multi lingual technical manual, website, promotional materials and software Design promotional materials including posters, bookmarks and multimedia presentations Transfer image-only designs into HTML and CSS for web display and online exhibit functionality Museum & Special Projects Coordinator 2009 2011 Digital Library Center, University of Florida Gainesville, FL Serve d as the primary liaison with museum partners Developed online exhibits Created supporting print materials and multimedia presen tations for the D igital C ollections Designed UF Digital Collections elements including page banners/headers and buttons Assisted patrons and faculty in locating originals featured in the Digital Collections as well as utilizing the digital objects in their research, publications, presentations and/or teaching Researched copyright of items to be included in the Digital Collections and/or digital exhibits Digital Production Supervisor 2005 2009 Digital Library Center, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL Oversaw the primary digitization production queue, which included books, documents, photographs, and other archival materials Supervise d imaging staff, including 1 full time and 15 part time employees

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Prepare d archival and library materials for digital imaging including assessing need for preservation and equipment suitability Monitored imaging quality for adherence to digitization standards and best practices SELECTED EXHIBITIONS ARTBOUND 2011 The 2nd Annual Student Artists' Book Competition 2011 http://ufdc.ufl.edu/exhibits/artbound2011 Designed and created online exhibit to comple ment temporary physical exhibit A Celebration of Jewish Life and Culture Around the World 2011 http://ufdc.ufl.edu/exhibits/jewishculture Curated online exhibit with the Head and Senior Library Technical Assistant of the Price Library Designed all exhibit elements 30 Years of the Price Library : Treasures from the Isser and Rae Price Library of Judaica 2011 http://ufdc.ufl.edu/exhibits/30years Curated online exhibit with the Head and Senior Library Technical Assistant of the Price Library Designed all exhibit elements Carteles: Cuban and Mexican Film Posters from the Efra n Barradas Collection 2010 http://www.dloc.com/exhibits/carteles Curated, designed and wrote corresponding texts for online exhibit From Canals to Conservation: An Exhibit of the Historical Everglades 2009 http://ufdc.ufl.edu/swamp/exhibitover Curated and designed online exhibit Photographic Formalities: from Ansel Adams to Weegee 2007 Samuel P. Harn Museum of Art, Gainesville, FL Assisted museum Registrar and Curator of Photography in exhibit preparation including object house to the museum Researched artworks/artists and wrote corresponding exhibit labels PUBLICATIONS Nemmers, Laura and Lourdes Santamara Wheeler Advancing Digitization: Art and Technology ," in Samuel P. Harn Museum of Art at Twenty Years: The Collection Catalogue ed. Jason Steuber, Laura K. Nemmers, and Tracy E. Pfaff ( Gainesville: University Press of Florida, 2010 ), 227 231. SELECTED PRESENTATIONS Society of Florida Archivists Annual Meeting 2009 "The Basics of Digitizing Collections" (with Laurie N. Taylor) Florida Association of Museums Annual Conference 2008 "Developing Collaborative Opportunities to Increase Accessibility to Exhibitions and Collections Online" (with Dwight Bailey and Susan Cooksey)

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Christy Shorey Digital Services; George A. Smathers Libraries PO Box 117008 Gainesville, FL 326117008 (352) 2732831 chrshor@uflib.ufl.edu EXPERIENCE Manager of UF Institutional Repository and Theses & Dissertations Program University of Florida, Smathers Libraries October 2013-Present Gainesville, FL Manage UF Institutional Repository(IR), conduct outreach and training, and consult with other campus units to support initiatives within the IR Coordinate libr including ingest and hosting of the ETDs, and dissemination to a wider audience through the UF Digital Collections and by external means Manage Retrospective Dissertation Scanning (RDS) project, develop processes and to retrospectively digitize and make available on the Internet all UF dissertations and theses Library Assistant 3 University of Florida, Smathers Libraries March 2008 October 2013 Gainesville, FL Managed Access database to track relevant steps in Retrospective Dissertation Scanning project Created and document ed Access database to organize Internet Archive Scanning projects Hired, train ed and supervised three OPS and student staff in Retrospective Dissertation Scanning Project and Internet Archive Scanning projects Act ed as liaison for Lyrasis and Internet Archive for multiple scanning projects Work ed with IT staff to build, perform ed usability testing, and maintain ed Macro Suite for Retrospective Dissertation Scanning and Internet Archive Scanning Projects Prepared periodicals for binding, updated records in university catalog system Provided in -person customer service to patrons and provided circulation and reference assistance at Info Point Library Assistant 3 University of Florida, Smathers Libraries June 2006 March 2008 Gainesville, FL Designed and documented Access database to coordinate Retrospective Dissertation Scanning project Prepared periodicals for binding, updated records in university catalog system, processed incoming serials in catalog system and prepared items for shelf Contacted vendors regarding missing periodical issues, filed claims Collaborated with domestic and international vendors via Serials Exchange Program Provided in-person and online reference assistance, customer service and circulation assistance to patrons Program Assistant University of Florida, Department of Housing and Residence Education, April 2003 June 2006 Gainesville, FL Senior Secretary, University of Florida, Department of Housing and Residence Education, February 2000 April 2003 Gainesville, FL

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Senior Clerk University of Florida, Department of Housing and Residence Education, May 1999 February 2000 Gainesville, FL EDUCATION Business Certificate in Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management, April 2011 Santa Fe College, Gainesville, FL Masters of Science in Library and Information Studies, December 2006 Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL Bachelor of the Arts in Fine Arts May 1999 University of Florida, Gainesville, FL Graduated with Highest Honors, focus in Theatre Performance Minor in Secondary Education PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIP National Service: American Library Association (ALA) 2006 current Co -present Poster on Retrospective Dissertation Scanning Project to PAIG, Annual Conference 2011 Attendance at Annual Conference, 2007, 2008, 2009 Attendance at Midwinter Conference, 2009 ALA: New Members Round Table (NMRT) Orientation Committee, Member, 2007 2009 Student Reception Committee Member, 2008-2009 United States Electronic Thesis and Dissertation Association (USETDA) Presented session: Retrospective Dissertation Scanning at the University of Florida, June 2012 Co -present Poster: Copyright Considerations in the University of Florida Retrospective Dissertation Digitization Project, June 2012 Co -presenter of Pre-conference on Retrospective Digitization, May 2011 Library Service: Employee Recognition Committee, 2012-2013 Scholarly Communications Working Group, Member, 2012 Continuing Operations Working Group, Member, 2006 2011 Co -coordinator of NaNo WriMo "Big Event" at Library West Info Commons 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011 Holiday Party Planning committee, Member 2008, Chair 2009 Library 2.0 Working Group: Facebook Applications Task Force, Member, 2007 2008 Participant of UF Library Instructional Video Series, 2007 2008 Co -coordinator of NaNo WriMo Final Push event at Library West Info Commons 2007 GRANTS Participant: Digitization of Hansard's British Parliament Debates, 2 nd series, 20072008 Supported by University of Florida Smathers Libraries Mini Grants Program Goal: Create a full-text searchable, digitized version of the 2 nd series (1820-1830) of the Hansard's British Parliamentary Debates Funding: $545 (grant) + $213 (cost share) = $578

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x-none SUCHITRA YELLAPANTULA Mailing Address: Contact Information: 1111 SW 16th Ave, Apt 58 Cell phone #: 918-766-5919 Gainesville, FL 32601 Email: y.suchitra@ufl.edu x-none EDUCATION M.S., Computer Engineering University of Florida B.Tech. (C omputer Science & Engg.), Andhra University PROFESSIONAL WORK EXPERIENCE fr-FR Applications Developer, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida present Software Tools: ASP.NET, C#, SQL Server, MySQL, AJAX, JavaScript, JQuery, HTML5, CSS3 Primary responsibilities include the creation and support of software applications for Digital Services and developing both web and desktop software applications. This includes software to assist in internal business operations and to assist patrons to make full use of library resources. Responsibilities also include gathering requirements, developing applications, and providing support for digital services and applications; Performing analysis and programming to develop, document, and maintain computer software programs as needed by Digital Services and other library units as appropriate. Some projects undertaken so far include: Quality Control(QC) application: Worked on developing an online QC application for users to edit and manage digitized content. The interface displays the digitized material, and allows users to drag and drop pages, mark errors, edit page metadata among other tasks. Competencies Training Matrix application: Worked with the UF Libraries HR, to develop a web application developed to facilitate access to and usability of the Staff Core Competencies Index and to assist employees and supervisors in identifying training opportunities in and outside the libraries, targeting specific competencies. Web Statistics Analyzer: Developed an application to analyze the IIS log files from the servers at the UF Libraries, to calculate and record statistics like unique human hits and sessions, for the web URLs hit through the servers. Panama Canal Museum(PCM) Zonians in the Military: Developed a Web app for the PCM Zonians, with a searchable interface, submission tool, PDF export feature, Captcha verification and other features fr-FR fr-FR fr-FR QA Engineer, SumTotal Systems, Gainesville, Florida Software Tools: SQL Server, ASP.NET, Cognos, LoadRunner, Quality Center, Analytics ETL Ensured that the quality and performance of the analytics component of the product line met with the customer requirements Prepared and executed test cases, and did performance testing for the analytics project Wrote and implemented test scripts in LoadRunner to analyze the performance of the products and Cognos dashboards. Worked on enhancements to the ASP.NET based internal Analytics builder. fr-FR fr-FR Software Engineer, Accenture, Bangalore, India Software Tools: C# SQL, MS Access, VBA, Informatica 8.5, Business Objects XiR2, Unix, Oracle SQL, PL/SQL, C, C++, Data Warehousing Advanced MS Excel, Client Specific Tools Worked for the Governance-Metrics & Reporting, and Productivity Operations teams for client AT&T Handled the databases and contractual reports for AT&T ; Handled Function Point Count reports & productivity measurement for AT&T projects. Organized and taught several technical training sessions on SQL and VBA to help improve team knowledge. Trained in C#; worked on internal projects and case studies as part of the training.

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fr-FR Summer Intern, C SC ., Chennai, India Implement ed a neural network based model for prediction of these defects in C++ ; completed the project well ahead of schedule. Helped in minimization of financial losses occurring due to defects in software service requests Recommendations given to the teams based on the project results helped in implementation of strategies for defect reduction, leading to over 14% increase in productivity. ACADEMIC WORK EXPERIENCE George A. Smathers Library, University of Florida (UF) Role held: Graduate Assistant, Grants Management Office, UF Libraries Technologies used: Web scripting tools including HTML, Javascript, CSS, Contribute Worked on maintaining and updating the Re searched funding resources; created online resources for grant/fellowship opportunities for faculty and students. Recorded and edited videos of presentations made by the Grants Manager Helped the Grants Manager oversee post-award processes for funded projects. Helped work on creating a LibGuide for Grants Management OTHER PROJECTS UNDERTAKEN Airline and Flight Information and Reservation Database, created using PHP and MySQL College Technology Festival website in HTML, JavaScript, SQL Implemented in Java a multi-client, multi-server file sharing system as part of the Distributed operating systems course Ant Colony Optimization (ACO) for the Traveling salesperson problem for 7 cities in C++ A Functional Link Adaptive Neural Network (FLANN) Model for Classification using Improved Genetic Algorithms (Undergrad thesis), in MATLAB x-none x-none SKILL SETS Programming/Scripting: ASP.NET, C#, C++, C, MATLAB, Java, SQL, PL/SQL, JDBC, PHP, HTML, JavaScript, VBA, AJAX, JQuery. ETL/Reporting Tools: SQL Server, Informatica 8.5, Business Objects XiR2, Advanced MS Excel and VBA. Testing Tools: LoadRunner, Quality Control x-none x-none AWARDS AND HONORS Won 1 st prize on A Novel Approach to Solving NP National Level Technical Symposium held in Jan 2007. Received INBA (Indian Naval Benevolence Association) Scholarship Award after each year of Bachelors study, in recognition of good academic performance. x-none x-none RELEVANT GRADUATE COURSEWORK Analysis of Algorithms, Advanced Data Structures, Software Testing/Verification, Computer Networks, Computer Architecture, Distributed Multimedia Systems, Database Management Systems, Advanced Computer Networks.

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EMPLOYMENT 2012 Professor, University of Florida, Department of History 2013 Professor, University of Florida, Levin College of Law 2001 2012 Affiliate, U niversity of Florida, Levin College of Law 2002 2012 Associate Professor, University o f Florida, Department of History 2010 2011 Visiting Scholar, University of Chicago, Department of History 2005 Fulbright Scholar/Researcher, Shandong Uni versity Law School, Jinan, PRC (Spring) 2000 2002 Assistant Professor, University o f Florida, Department of History 1995 2000 Clemson University, Assistant Professor, Department of History SELECTED PUBLICATIONS Books Criminal Justice in the United States, 1789-1939 (Cambridge University Press, New Histories of American Law series, 2011) The Chicago Trunk Murder: Law and Justice at the Turn of the Century (Northern Illinois University Press 2011) The Rule of Justice: The People of Chicago versus Zephyr Davis (Ohio State University Press, History of Criminal Law and Criminal Justice Series, 2001) Debating and Creating Authority: The Failure of a Constitutional Ideal, Massachusetts Bay, 1629-1649 (Ashgate Publishing, Law, Justice and Power Series, 2001) Selected Articles & Chapters Su Bao Case and the Layers of Everyday Citizenship in China, 1894Multilayered Citizenship (Willem Maas, ed., University of Pennsylvania Press, 2013): 110 Blackwell Companion to American Legal History (Sally Hadden and Alfred Brophy, eds, Blackwell, 2013): 422 in Blackwell Companion to American Legal History (Sally Hadden and Alfred Brophy, eds, Blackwell, 2013): 7 ELIZABETH DALE University of Florida Research Foundation Professor, 2013 Editor, Law and History Review Graduate Coordinator, Department of History Keene Flint Hall, University of Florida P.O. Box 117320 Gainesville, FL 32611 352.273.3387 (office) edale@ufl.edu

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Journal of Critical Globalisation Studies (London) 6 (March 2013): online (available at http://www.criticalglobalisation.com) Constitutional Mythologies: New Perspectives on Controlling the State (Alain Marciano, ed., Springer 2011): 81 The Garden and the Wilderness Mark de Wolf Howe, The Garden and the Wilderness Church History 71 (2010): 881 Journal of Law, Culture and the Humanities 5 (2009): 3 People v. Coughlin and the Criminal Jury in Late NineteenthNorthern Illinois University Law Review 28 (2008): 503 American Historical Review 111 (2006): 95 Carolin South Carolina Law Review 54 (2003): 627 Social Science History 25 (2001): 7 -Century Chicag Law and History Review 17 (1999): 27 Baylies v. Curry and American Historical Review 102 (1997): 311 TEACHING AREAS US Constitutional History, US Legal History, History of Criminal Law, History of Civil Rights, History of Human Rights, Comparative Constitutional History EDUCATION 1990-1995 University of Chicago, Ph.D. in History 1981-1984 Chicago-Kent College of Law, J.D. 1979-1981 DePauw University, Greencastle, Indiana, B.A. in Ancient Greek 1977-1979 Swarthmore College

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BiographicalSketch ErikDeumens DepartmentofChemistry,UniversityofFlorida,FL32611 Tel:(352)-392-6980,Email:deumens@u.edu ProfessionalPreparation UniversityofAntwerpPhysics M.S.,1976 UniversityofBrusselsTheoreticalNuclearPhysicsPh.D.,1982 UniversityofBrusselsComputationalChemicalPhysicsD.Sc.,1984 UniversityofFloridaQuantumChemistry 1985-1988 Appointments 2011-presentDirector,ResearchComputing,UniversityofFlorida 2006-2011Director,HighPerformanceComputingCenter,UniversityofFlorida 2000-presentScientistintheDepartmentsofChemistryandPhysics,UniversityofFlorida 1994-2000AssociateScientistintheDepartmentofChemistryandadjunctfacultyinthe DepartmentofPhysics,UniversityofFlorida 1990-1994AssistantScientistintheDepartmentofChemistryandadjunctfacultyinthe DepartmentofPhysics,UniversityofFlorida 1988-1990VisitingAssistantResearchScientistwiththeQuantumTheoryProject 1984-1984ResearcheroftheInteruniversitairInstituutvoorKernwetenschappen,UniversityofLimburg,Belgium 1977-1984TeachingandresearchassistanttoProf.Dr.P.VanLeuvenattheTheoreticalPhysicssectionoftheUniversityofAntwerpen(RijksunivresitairCentrum Antwerpen),Belgium 1982-1983FulbrightResearchScholar,UniversityofFlorida FiveProductsMostCloselyRelatedtoProposedProject 1.SIPMaP:AToolforModelingIrregularParallelComputationsintheSuperInstructionArchitectur,NakulJindal,VictorLotrich,ErikDeumens,BeverlySanders,27thIEEEInternational ParallelandDistributedProcessingSymposium,May20-24,1569670009 http://www.ipdps.org/ipdps2013/2013 advance program.html(2013) 2.SoftwaredesignofACESIIIwiththesuperinstructionarchitecture,ErikDeumens,Victor F.Lotrich,AjithPerera,MarkJ.Ponton,BeverlyA.Sanders,andRodney,J.Bartlett,Wiley InterdisciplinaryReviews-ComputationalMolecularScience,1895-901(ISSN1759-0884) DOI:10.1002/wcms.77(2011) 3.ACESIIIsoftware,http://www.qtp.u.edu/ACES. 4.Ablock-orientedlanguageandruntimesystemfortensoralgebrawithverylargearrays,B. Sanders,R.Bartlett,E.Deumens,V.Lotrich,M.Ponton, Proceedingsofthe2010ACM/IEEE InternationalConferenceforHighPerformanceComputing,Networking,StorageandAnalysis, IEEEComputerSociety,WashingtonDC,ISBN978-1-4244-7558-9(2010) 5.Superinstructionarchitectureforpetascaleelectronicstructuresoftware:thestory,V.F. Lotrich,J.M.Ponton,A.S.Perera,E.Deumens,R.J.Bartlett,B.A.Sanders, Mol.Phys,

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specialvolumeElectrons,Molecules,Solids,andBiosystems:FiftyYearsoftheQuantum TheoryProject, 108(21) 3323(2010) FiveOtherSignicantProducts 1.Methoddevelopmentinatomisticcomputations:pastandfuture,E.Deumens, Mol.Phys, specialvolumeElectrons,Molecules,Solids,andBiosystems:FiftyYearsoftheQuantum TheoryProject, 108(21) 3249(2010) 2.VersatileAMBER-GaussianQM/MMinterfacethroughPUPIL,J.Torras,G.deM.Seabra,E. Deumens,S.B.Trickey,A.E.Roitberg,A, J.Comp.Chem.,29,1564-1573,(2008). 3.Chargetransferinlow-energycollisionsof He 2+ withatomichydrogen,deuteriumandtritium,N.Stolterfoht,R.Cabrera-Trujillo,Y. Ohrn,E.Deumens,R.Hoekstra,J.R.Sabin, Phys. Rev.Lett., 99,103201(4pages)(2007) 4.Fracture,waterdissociation,andprotonconductioninSiO 2 nano-chains,ChaoCao,Yao He,JuanTorras,ErikDeumens,S.B.Trickey,Hai-PingCheng, J.Chem.Phys.,126211101(3 pages)(2007).ThisarticlehasbeenselectedfortheJune15,2007issueofVirtualJournalof BiologicalPhysicsResearchhttp://www.vjbio.org 5.Time-dependenttheoreticaltreatmentsofthedynamicsofelectronsandnucleiinmolecular systems,E.Deumens,A.Diz,R.LongoandY. Ohrn, Rev.ofMod.Phys. 66 917-983(1994). SynergisticActivities 1.Organizer(withF.E.Harris)oftheNSF S 2 I 2 exploratoryworkshoprelavanttoquantum chemists,atomic,molecularandcondensedmatterphysicists,heldonAugust9-10,2010 intheFDICSeidmanCenterinArlingtonVirginia.IthasthetitleS2I2Workshop:Electronic andVibrationalStructureandDynamics 2.ArchitectoftheparallelimplementationofACESIII,anopensourcecodeforadvancedcoupledclustercalculations(http://www.qtp.u.edu/ACES). CollaboratorsandCo-Editors X.Li(U.Florida)P.Avery(U.Florida)R.J.Bartlett(U.Florida)B.A. Sanders(U.Florida)V.H.Lotrich(U.Florida)A.Perera(U.Florida) GraduateandPostdoctoralAdvisors P.VanLeuven(U.Brussels,Belgium,retired),M.Bouten(U. Limburg,Belgium,retired),Y. Ohrn(U.Florida,retired),J.Serneels(U.Limburg,Belgium) GraduateAdvisees(totalof11) A.Diz(1992)R.Longo(1992,U.Pernambuco,Brazil)B.Mogensen(1997)J.Morales(1997,TexasTechU.)J.Oreiro(1997)A.Blass(2001)M.Coutinho-Neto (2002,U.ABC,Brazil)D.Masiello(2004,U.Washington)B.Killian(2005,U.Florida)E.Teixeira (2009,U.Pernambuco,Brazil)B.Hall(2011,U.Florida) PostdoctoralAssociates(totalof3) D.Jacquemin(1997,U.Namur,Belgium)O.Quinet(2008, Belgium)N.Guevara(2009,FloridaA&MU.)

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1 of 2 Terry A. Harpold Associate Professor of English, Film & Media Studies Department of English voice: (352) 392-6650, ext. 282 4008 Turlington Hall fax: (352) 392-0860 University of Florida Gainesville, FL 32611-7310 Education 1994. PhD, Comparative Literature and Literary Theory, University of Pennsylvania. 1987. AM, Comparative Literature and Literary Theory, University of Pennsylvania. 1983. BA, English, State University of New York, Stony Brook. (Entries for texts in press or published only in digital formats include approximate word counts.) Edited collection, book chapters & journal articles in press Michel Margot. Eds. Terry Harpold, Daniel Compre, and Volker Dehs. Amiens: Encrage from 8 countries. The volume includes my essay ers and Reading in the Illustrated Voyages extraordinaires. 9400 words, 26 figures, in press. Colossus: The Forbin Project and Vynlez zkzy ( A Deadly Invention, aka Invention of Destruction, The Fabulous World of Jules Verne When Worlds Collide: The Critical Companion to Science Fiction Film Adaptations. Eds. Peter Wright and Sue Short. Liverpool: Liverpool University Press. 1800 words + 1500 words in press. Verniana 7 (2014 15) 10,000 words, 50 figs, in press. Nouveaux Jonas: The Sources of Sans Dessus Dessous Caricature. Verniana 7 (201415) 2500 words, 2 figs, in press. Book in progress Journal articles, book chapters & reviews in progress Portentosa Africa AntiLe Village arien. 9,000 words, 4 figures To be submitted to Science Fiction Studies.

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2 of 2 -American Responses to a Forgotten Interview with To be submitted to Verniana To be submitted to Electronic Book Review Book Ex -foliations: Reading Machines and the Upgrade Path University of Minnesota Press, 2009 368 p., 65 figs. Reviewed in: Culture Machine (May 2009), Image & Narrative (June 2009), New Media & Society (November 2009), Leonardo Reviews (December 2009), American Literature (June 2010). Edited collection Guest Editor ( with Arthur B. Evans, Rob Latham, and George Slusser 2009 J. Lloyd Eaton Science Fiction Conference Extraordinary Voyages: Jules Verne and Beyond. Verniana 2 & 4 (2009 10, 201112). Selected Journal articles Digital Humanities Quarterly 6.2 (2012). 16,400 words, 9 figs. Verniana 4 (2011 12): 99 106. 3000 words 2 figs. De Verniaan (Dordrecht: Jules Verne Genootschap) 48 (2011): 8 16. 3 figs. Rpt. of Harpold 2005. The Historical Rupture in Verniana 3 (2010) . 1850 words Verniana 1 (2009): 31 42 . 6200 words, 3 figs. Game Studies 7.1 (2007) . 7500 words, 3 figs. Voyages extraordinaires : The Example of Le Superbe Ornoque ImageTexT 3.1 (2006) . 14,300 words, 19 figs. Un Intertexte sophoclen du Journey to the Center of the Earth Bulletin de la Socit Jules Verne (NS) 153 (2005): 33 35. IRIS (Centre de recherche sur l -Grenoble 3) 28 (2005): 157 68. 3 figs.

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JANE GILMER LANDERS Home: 817 Rodney Drive Office: Department of History, PMB 351802 Nashville, TN 37205 Vanderbilt University Phone: (615) 356-7542 Nashville, TN 37235-1802 http://www.vanderbilt.edu/historydept/landers.html jane.landers@vanderbilt.edu PROFESSIONAL POSITIONS: Gertrude Conaway Vanderbilt Professor of History, 2011Professor of History, Department of History, Vanderbilt University, 2010-;Associate Professor, Department of History, Vanderbilt University, 1999 ; Grants Officer, Vanderbilt International Office, 2006-2007;Associate Dean, College of Arts & Science, Vanderbilt University, 2001-2004 ; Interim Director, Study Abroad Office, Vanderbilt University, 2001-2002; Director, Center for Latin American and Iberian Studies, Vanderbilt University, 2000-02; 2011-12;Assistant Professor, Department of History, Vanderbilt University, 1992-1999 National Director, History Teaching Alliance, 1988-1991 Adjunct Assistant Professor, Department of History, University of Florida, 1988-1991 EDUCATION: University of Florida, Ph.D. Latin American Colonial History, 1988 University of Miami, M.A. Inter-American Studies, 1974 B.A. Hispanic American Studies, 1968 cum laude PUBLICATIONS: Books Atlantic Creoles in the Age of Revolutions (Harvard University Press, 2010, 2011). A History of the Atlantic World, 1400-1888, with Alison Games, Douglas R. Egerton, Kris E. Lane and Donald R. Wright (Harlan Davidson, 2007). Slaves, Subjects, and Subversives: Blacks in Colonial Latin America ed. Jane G. Landers and Barry M. Robinson (Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 2006). Colonial Plantations and Economy in Florida ed. Jane G. Landers (Gainesville: University Press of Florida, 2000, 2001). Black Society in Spanish Florida (Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1999, 2001, 2002, 2005 ). Against the Odds: Free Blacks in the Slave Societies of the Americas ed. Jane Landers (London: Frank Cass & Co., Ltd., 1996) The African American Heritage of Florida, ed. David Colburn and Jane Landers (Gainesville: University Press of Florida, 1995, 1998). Books in Progress African Kingdoms, Black Republics, and Free Black Towns across the Iberian Atlantic Atlantic Transformations: The Many Lives of Georges Biassou and Jean-Francois Papillon, Forgotten Leaders of the Slave Revolt in Saint Domingue Nathan I. Huggins Lecture Series

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LANDERS HONORS and AWARDS: African Kingdoms, Black Republics, and Free Black Towns across the Iberian Atlantic, American Council of Learned Societies Fellowship, African Kingdoms, Black Republics, and Free Black Towns across the Iberian Atlantic, $65,000, 2013 of ered Archives Programme, $65,635, 2013 Atlantic Creoles in the Age of Revolution, Honorable Mention, Conference on Latin American History, Bolton-Johnson Prize for Best Book on Latin American History and Florida Historical Society, Rembert Patrick Award, 2011 Foundation, Sawyer Seminar on the Comparative Study of Cultures, $145,700, 2011 Creating a Digital Archive of a Circum-Caribbean Trading Entrept: Notarial Records from La Guajira Robert Penn Warren Center for the Humanities Fellow, $5000, 2011-12 National Endowment for the Humanities Fellowship, $38,700 and Gilder Lehrman Center for the Study of Slavery, Resistance and Abolition, Yale University, $3200, 2010 and Vanderbilt University Research Scholar Fellowship Co Historic St. Augustine Research Institute, Research Grant, Free Black Community in Exile in Cuba 2008 National Endowment for the Humanities Fellowship for University Teachers, $40,000, 2005-2006 National Endowment for the Humanities, Collaborative Research Grant, Ecclesiastical Sources and Historical Research on the African Diaspora in Brazil and Cuba $150,000, 2003-06 Black Society in Spanish Florida Southern Historical Association, Frances B. Simkins Prize, Distinguished First Book in Southern History & CHOICE Outstanding Academic Title, 2001 Center for Latin American Studies, University of Florida, Research and Travel Grant, 2001 Lydia Cabrera Award, Conference on Latin American History, $5000, 2000 Vanderbilt University Research and Travel Grants, 1993, 1995, 1998, 1999 National Endowment for the Humanities, Summer Stipend, $5000, 1997 Robert Penn Warren Center for the Humanities Fellow, $4000, 1993-4, 1996-7, 2000-1 African American Heritage of Florida, Florida Historical Society, Rembert Patrick Book Award, American Association of State and Local History Commendation, 1995 Latin American Microform Proje ct $7500, 1995 (to microfilm records in Havana & Matanzas, Cuba) Program for Cultural Cooperation between Spain's Ministry of Culture and United States' Universities, Research and Travel Grants to Spain, 1995, 1998 Vanderbilt University Research Council, Small Grants Award, 1996, 1999, 2000, 2006 Latin American Microform Project, Travel Grant to Cuba, 1994 Vanderbilt University Research Council Summer Award, 1993, 1996, 1999 National Endowment for the Humanities Fellowship for University Teachers, Gracia Real de Santa Teresa de Mose $30,000, 1991-1992; The Florida Historical Society President's Prize, 1988

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Leah Reade Rosenberg Department of English 2224 NE 9th Terrace P.O. Box 117310 Gainesville, FL 32609 University of Florida (352) 281 1248 Gainesville, FL 32611-7310 Tel: (352) 294-2848 Fax: (352) 392-0860 rosenber@ufl.edu Professional Appointments Associate Professor of English, University of Florida, 2008Assistant Professor of English, University of Florida, 2001 Assistant Professor of Englis h, Grinnell College, Fall 1999-2001 Education PhD, Comparative Literature. Cornell University, January 2000. MFA, Fiction. Brooklyn College, June 1991. BA, Classics. The Johns Hopkins University, June 1986. Books Beyond Windrush: Rethinking Postwar West Indian Literature co-edited with J.Dillon Brown (Washington University).under contract with University of Mississippi Press Nationalism and the Formation of Caribbean Literature (Palgrave October 2007) Articles 2010-2013 It's Enough to make any Woman Catch the next Plane to Barbados: Constructing the Postwar West Indies as Para dise. Forthcoming Third Text Watch How Dem Touris Like Fe Look: Touris t Photography and Cla ude McKays Jamaica. In On Writing and Photography eds. Karen Beckman and Liliane Weissberg. Minneapolis: U of Minnesota Press, 2012: pp. 41-68. Anglophone Caribbean Literature and the Canon in the Routledge Companion to Anglophone Caribbean Literature, eds. Alison Donnell and Michael Bucknor, July 2011: 347-355. The New Woman and The Dusky Strand: The Pl ace of Feminism and Womens Literature in Early Jamaican Nationalism. Feminist Review 95.1(July 2010):45-63. Tourism and the Birth of Jamaican Literature. Jamaica Journal 32.3 (Feb 2010): 46-51. Reviews and Miscellaneous 2010-2013 Review of Michael Niblett, The Caribbean Novel since 1945: Cultural Practice, Form, and the Nation-State. Forthcoming Ariel: A Review of International English Literature.

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2 Review of The Caribbean Short Story: Critical Perspectives Lucy Evans, Mark McWatt & Emma Smith (eds). Leeds, UK: Peepal Tree Press, 2010 in New West Indian Guide / Nieuwe West-Indische Gids. The Audacity of Faith: Creole Recitations Explained. Book Discussion of Creole Recitations: John Jacob Thomas and Colonial Formation in the Late Nineteen th Century Caribbean Faith Smith (2002). Small Axe 35 (Fall 2011):164-173. Claude McKay & Herbert de Lisser Blackwell Encyclopedia of Twentieth-Century American Fiction, January 2011. Awards and Grants 2010-2013 Course Development Grant, Latin American Studies Center, University of Florida, 2013 Latin American Studies Working Gr oup, member 2012-2013, convener fall 2013 Excellence Award for Digital Humanities, the Digital Library of the Caribbean, 2011 Library Enhancement Grant in the Humanities from the University of Florida Center for the Humanities and the Public Sphere, 2011. National Humanities Center Fellow, 2010-2011. Invited Lectures 2010-2013 Caribbean Women Writers and the Quarrel wi th History, Quarelling with Coloniality, Carifesta Redux, Tufts University, April 10, 2013. Snapshots of the New Riviera: A Handy Guide to Jamaican Nation Formation, Tourism, and Literature, 1890-1914. Americanist Speaker Se ries. Duke University, 13 April, 2011 Calypso in the World/ Island in the Sun. Islands, Images, Imaginaries: A Symposium. Duke University, 1-2 April, 2011. West Indians Expose White Lie, Claim Bela fonte as National Hero: The Unmaking of Island in the Sun in the Caribbean Press. The Juilliard School, 18 March, 2011. Mixing Horror with Ethnography: Tourism and the Re presentation of Haiti and Jamaica in the the 1930s. Center for Latin American a nd Caribbean Studies. Duke University, 10 November 2010. Selected Conference Papers 2012-2013 It's enough to make any Woman Catch the next Plane to Barbados: Constructing the Postwar West Indies as Paradise, 37th Annual Conference, the Society of Caribbean Studies, Warwick University, July, 2013. Pan-African, Postmodern, and More: New Appr oaches to the Windrush Generation and West Indian Feminism and Our Digital Future : A Partnership of Digital Libraries and Scholars, the 38th Annual Caribbean Studies Associ ation Conference, Grand Anse Grenada, June, 2013.

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Jason Steuber Samuel P. Harn Museum of Art University of Florida EXPERTISE Asian art curator and art historian with peer-reviewed publications focused on the histories of museum collections and issues of provenance. PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE 2008 present Cofrin Curator of Asian Art Samuel P. Harn Museum of Art University of Florida Gainesville, FL 2006 2007 Leverhulme Trust Visiting Fellow Glasgow University Glasgow, Scotland 2005 2006 Adjunct Assistant Professor of Art History Johnson County Community College Overland Park, KS 2002 2006 Assistant Curator of Chinese Art The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art Kansas City, MO 2001 2006 Adjunct Instructor University of Missouri-Kansas City Kansas City, MO 1998 2001 Curatorial Assistant The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art Kansas City, MO 1997 1998 Research Assistant The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art Kansas City, MO 1994 1996 Chinese Art Student Intern The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art Kansas City, MO

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SELECT PUBLICATIONS P. Harn Arts of Asia Vol. 39 No. 6 (November-December 2009), 112-124. (Co-authored with Allysa Browne). Asian Art, Defining Gender Roles: World War II, Women Curators and the Politics Journal of the History of Collections Vol. 20 Issue 2 (2008), 291-303 (Co-authored with Chelsea Schlievert). cernment and Connoisseurship: The Frederick L. Gordon Collection of Orientations (June 2007), 43-51. The Burlington Magazine (August 2006), 528-536. Apollo Vol. CLXII, No. 525 (November 2005), 56-67. Contributor and copy-editor to two-volume Archaeology in the Twentieth Century (Yale University Press, London and New Haven, 2004). EDUCATION M.A. East Asian Languages and Cultures, University of Kansas. 1996. B.A. Chinese History; B.A. East Asian Languages and Cultures, University of Kansas. 1993.

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Willumson 1 GLENN G. WILLUMSON 9821 SW 55 th Road University of Florida Gainesville, FL 32608 School of Art and Art History 352 273 3072 P.O. Box 115801 gwillumson@arts.ufl.edu Gainesville, FL 32611 5801 352 392 0201, ext. 234 Employment 2010 Professor of Art History 2013 16 2001 2010 Florida Foundation Research Professor Associate Professor of Art History 1993 2001 Affiliate Associate Professor, Art History, The Pennsylvania State University 1992 2001 Curator, Palmer Museum of Art, The Pennsylvania State University Senior Curator (1997 2001) Curator of Collections (1992 1996) 1990 Visiting Professor, Department of Art History, University of California, Irvine 1988 1992 Curator for the History of Photography and American Art, J. Paul Getty Research Institute 1987 National Writing Project Fellow 1985 1986 Copy Editor, University Art Museum, University of California 1982 1983 Assistant Curator, Nelson Art Gallery, University of California, Davis 1971 1981 Teacher, California Secondary Schools Mentor Teacher (1977 1981) Lifetime Teaching Credential, State of California (1976) Education Doctor of Philosophy in Art History, University of California, Santa Barbara. 1988 Major Field : Modern art: emphasis in history of photography and American art Minor Field : Baroque art Dissertation "W. Eugene Smith: A Critical Analysis of Four Photographic Essays." Master of Arts in Art History, University of California, Davis. 1984 Thesis "Alfred A. Hart: Photographer of the Transcontinental Railroad." Bachelor of Arts in English, cum laude St. Mary's College, Moraga, California. 1971

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Willumson 2 Selected Publications History Now February, 2014 Guest Curator, Double Exposure: Photography and the Transcontinental Railroad California State Railroad Museum, September 14-2013-October 5, 2014 in Papel Alpha 910 (2013), pp. 137 53 Iron Muse: Photographing the Transcontinental Railroad Berkeley: University of California Press, 2013 (Awarded a Publication Grant from the Viva Foundation) The Crocker Art Museum Collection Unveiled ed. Scott Shields (Sacramento: Crocker Art Museum, 2010), 11-21 Framing the West (New Haven: Yale University Press, 2010), 175-86 From Periphery to Center: Art Museum Education in the 21st Century edited by Patricia Villeneuve. Reston, VA: National Art Education Association, 2007 Contribution of Historic Preservation to the Quality of Life in Florida: Technical Report Tallahassee: Florida Department of State, 2006, section V, unpaginated (32 pages) Curator, History Past, History Present: The Daguerreotype Portrait in America Palmer Museum of Art, Penn State, January 2001 "The Photo-Album as Cultural Artifact," an essay in L'Album Photographique: Historire & conservation d'un objet Paris: Section franaise de l'Institut international de conservation, 2000, pp. 39-48 (Revised, translated, and published in Papel Alpha 9 10; 2013) Museum International no. 206 (vol. 52/no. 2), (April-June 2000), pp. 15-19. Translated into French, Spanish, Portuguese, Russian, and Arabic Selected Service National Endowment for the Arts Grant, Advisory Board, Oakland Museum, Oakland, California, 2013Florida State Representative to the Association of Academic Museums and Galleries, 2012Canal National Endowment for the Humanities Grant Advisory Board and Southeast Representative, Committee on Museum Professional Training, American Alliance of Museums, 2011

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ANDREW J.TORGETDepartment of History | Wooten Hall 225 | 1155 Union Circle | University of North Texas Denton, TX 76203 | (434) 996 5741 | andrewtorget@gmail.com EDUCATION Ph.D., American History, University of Virginia, August 2009. POSITIONS Assistant Professor of History, University of North Texas, 2009 present. Director, Digital Scholarship Lab, University of Richmond, 2007 2009. Project Director, Virginia Center for Digital History, University of Virginia, 2003 2009. SELECTED AWARDS AND FELLOWSHIPS David J. Weber Researc h Fellow for the Study of Southwestern America, William Clements Center for Southwest Studies, Southwestern Methodist University, 2011 2012 (inaugural recipient). NITLE Community Contribution Award, for work on History Engine 2009. Classics Award for History, Multimedia Educational Resource for Learning and Online Teaching (MERLOT), forwork on the Valley of th e Shad ow Project 2005. Southern Fellowship, University of Virginia, 2001 2004. SELECTED RESEARCH GRANTS Mapping Historical Texts: Combining Text Mining and Geo Visualization to Unlock the Research Potential of Historical Newspapers, National Endowment for the Humanities, Digital Humanities Start Up Grant, Level 2, 2010 2011. Designated a We the People project by th e NE H. 11 percent of projects were funded. Visualizing the Past: Tools and Techniques for Understanding Historical Processes, National Endowment for the Humanities, Digital Humanities Start Up Grant, Level 1, 2008 2009. 13 percent of projects were funded. NITLE Ins tructional Innovation Grant, to support and develop the History Engine project, 2008 2009. National Institute for Technology and Liberal Education Grant, to support and develop the History Engine project, 2007 2008. SELECTED SCHOLARSHIP Mapping Texts: Visualizing American Historical Newspapers and Building New Windows into Digitized Newspapers, in Journal of Digital Huma nities 1:3 (Summer 2012), first author (with Jon Christensen). Topic Modeling on Historical Newspapers, peerreviewed and published in the conference proceedings of the Association for Computational Linguistics workshop on Language Technology for Cultural Heritage, Social Sciences, and Humanities (ACL LATECH 2011), June 2011, pp. 96104. Se cond author (with Tze I Yang and Rada Mihalcea). Mapping Texts: Visualizing Historical Newspapers Co Director, 2010 Present

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Andrew J. Torget, Curriculum Vitae, Page 2 http://www.MappingTexts.org Texas Slavery Project, Founder and Director, 2004 Present http://www.TexasSlaveryProject.org Voting America: United States Politics, 1840 2008 Director, 2006 2009 http://www.AmericanPast.org/voting The Valley of the Shadow Project Project Manager and Co Editor, 2003 2007 http://valley.lib.virginia.edu/ SELECTED PAPERS AND PRESENTATIONS Digital History: State of the Field, roundtable panelist at the annual meeting of the American Historical Association, January 2012. Experiments in Twenty First Century Research and Teaching, a paper presented at the annual Coalition for Networked Information conference, December 2008. The Promise and Perils of Doing History in the Digital Age, a presentation made at Duke University, October 2013. Understanding the Digital Humanities, a presentation made at Texas A&M University, October 2013. The Promise and Perils of Digitized Historical Newspapers, a presentation made at the Digital Humanities Center and the Summersell Center for the Study of the South at the University of Alabama, Feb ruary 2013. What Does Ten Million Words Look Like? a presentation made to the Library of Congress, National Digital Newspaper Program, Washington, D. C., September 2012. Does the Digital Revolution Mean the End of the Humanities? a presentation made at Rice University, April 2010. Collaborative Digital Scholarship: Can Historians Survive the Twe nty First Century? a presentation made at the Stanford Humanities Center, Stanford University, January 2010. Digital Scholarship and What It Means for Your Campus, Chronicle of Higher Education Technology Forum, Washington, D. C., April 2009. What If We Could See His tory? a presentation made at Harvards Digital Humanities Initiative, Harvard University, February 2008.

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The Foundation for The Gator Nation An Equal Opportunity Institution College of Liberal Arts & Sciences 4008 Turlington Hall Department of English P.O. Box 117310 Gainesville, FL 32611 Voice: 352-392-6650 Fax: 352-392-0860 February 12, 2014 Mark V. Sullivan Head of Digital Development & Web Services George A. Smathers Libraries, University of Florida PO Box 117000, Gainesville, FL 32611 Laurie N. Taylor, PhD Digital Humanities & Data Librarian George A. Smathers Libraries, University of Florida PO Box 117000, Gainesville, FL 32611 Dear Mark V. Sullivan and Laurie N. Taylor: I am writing to confirm my participation as a scholarl y advisor for, and writing in strong support of, your proposed National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) Digital Humanities Im plementation Grant, which focuses on developing new technical supports for ho sting, managing and storing humanities data, with development done iteratively through close co nsultation with humanities scholars. This project touches on several areas of my current work in the digital humanities, namely digital archivy and curation, and the development of large humanities data sets for purposes of data mining and information visualization. A project of this kind will be essential to the development of new methods of literary study and production, and will serve extremely well the emergence in our disciplines (and at UF, specifically) of a new understanding and analysis of readerly and wr iterly practices in the digital field. I congratulate you both on taking the lead in this unde rtaking and on choosing to work closely with UF faculty to insure that the projects initial phases are oriented by our research and teaching missions. I am thrilled to play a part in this and look forward to working with you and the other members of the Scholarly Advisory Group in the coming years.

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Sincerely, Terry Harpold Associate Professor of English, Film & Media Studies Director of Graduate Student Teaching & General Education

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!Department of English Phone: 617 3734540 4 05 Lake Hall Fax: 617 3732509!360 Huntington Avenue http://www.english.neu.edu/ Boston, MA 02115 5000! February 16 2014 Mark V. Sullivan Head of Digital Development & Web Services George A. Smathers Libraries University of Florida PO Box 117000, Gainesville, FL 32611 Laurie N. Taylor, PhD Digital Humanities & Data Librarian George A. Smathers Libraries University of Florida PO Box 117000, Gainesville, FL 32611 Dear Mark V. Sullivan and Laurie N. Taylor : I am writing to confirm my participation as a scholarly advisor for and writing in strong support of your proposed National Endowment for the Humaniti es (NEH ) Digital Humanities Implementation Grant, which focuses on developing new technical supports for hosting, managing and storing humanities data, with development done iteratively through close consultation with humanities scholars. I am Professor of English at Northeastern University and also serve as the Co Director of the NULab for Texts, Maps, and Networks at Northeastern. My own area of literary expertise is the eighteenth century Atlantic world, including colonial North America and the Carib bean. I am currently working on creating a large scale archive of digital texts and images from the early Caribbean the Early Caribbean Digital Archive (ECDA). We have developed a very fruitful partnership with the Dig ital Library of the Caribbean (dLOC) the technical infrastructure of which is provided by the University of Florida Libraries. This partnership has involved sharing open access materials between collections, but as importantly, has also involved sharing knowledge and ideas around matters o f creating, curating, and hosting digital collections. Given University of Florida Libraries strong track record in working collaboratively and innovatively in the area of digital collections and knowledge production, I am eager to see them move forwar d with work proposed in this grant. This project will enable humanities scholars working with digital materials to both securely store and retain data as well as to use that data in new and productive ways. In effect, this proposal addresses two importan t needs simultaneously that of preserving digital data and that of making accessible digital data in formats that will be of immediate (and long term) use to humanities scholars. It is particularly attractive that the platform proposed will work with othe r repositories as well; accordingly, the value of this work will extend well beyond the University of Florida Libraries. I strongly support the grant proposal and I am excited about joining the panel of scholars who will work with librarians in developin g this platform. The proposed method of building the platform in iterative

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! consultation with scholars from a variety of humanities disciplines seems to me a model for how such work can be most productively engaged. Sincerely, Elizabeth Maddock Dillon Professor of English Co Director, NULab for Texts, Maps, and Networks Northeastern University e.dillon@neu.edu

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February 12, 2014 Mark V. Sullivan Head of Digital Development & Web Services George A. Smathers Libraries, University of Florida PO Box 117000, Gainesville, FL 32611 Laurie N. Taylor, PhD Digital Humanities & Data Librarian George A. Smathers Libraries, University of Florida PO Box 117000, Gainesville, FL 32611 Dear Mark V. Sullivan and Laurie N. Taylor: I am writing to confirm my participation as a scholarly advisor for and writing in strong support of your proposed National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH ) Digital Humanities Implementation Grant, which focuses on developing new technical supports for hosting, managing and storing humanities data, with development done iteratively through close consultation with humanities scholars. I am particularly excited about this grant because it would address the needs of faculty and researchers in the humanities in general and in my interdisciplinary field, Caribbean studies in particular. I work in Caribbean literary and cultural history. In the past decade an enormous number of historical and cultural books, images, and other documents have been digitized in Caribbean studies, allowing scholars in a number of fields ( e.g. history, literature, political science, art history, and anthropology) to significantly expand our understanding of Caribbean history and culture. Ensuring that this data is available as well as materials to explain it to scholars and students is critical if the field is going to make full use of the expansion in available data. I have been working with Taylor and Sullivan to identify materials to be digitized for Caribbean studies and to provide ancillary materials for scholars and instructors (including digital humanities projects referred to in the grant as well as simply finding aids, lesson plans, annotations) since 2007. The collection we have worked on, the Digital Library of the Caribbean ( www.dloc.com ) which is part of the University of Florida, digital collections ( http://ufdc.ufl.edu/ ) has increased in primary historical and cultural documents significantly in this period. With the help of Laurie Taylor and other UF librarians, I along with my students and colleagues have developed a collection of teaching guides. I am currently working with Dr. Donette Francis (University of Miami) and Professor Rhonda Cobham-Sander (Amherst College) to develop a course in Caribbean literature Panama Silver, Asian Gold: This course addresses the material history, the literary representation, and the historiography of the migration of indentured Asians to the Caribbean and of West Indian workers to Panama to work on the Canal projects. The course materials (such as syllabi, assignments, contextual and analytical information for instructors) are being made available through www.dloc.com The course trains students to use primary historical documents to enhance their literary analysis and to produce finding guides, enhanced metadata, and digital exhibits to provide future instructors materials for teaching these materials and future scholars more support in using these materials. The course was taught

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collaboratively between the three institutions in fall 2014; we are planning to teach it again in fall 2015 and the instructors are developing a digital humanities project based on the research we have done for the course This Humanities (NEH) Digital Humanities Implementation Grant has my full support. Sincerely, Leah Rosenberg Associate Professor University of Florida

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PO Box 112700 SW 34th Street and Hull Road Gainesville, FL 32611-2700 T 352.392.9826 F 352.392.3892 www.harn.ufl.edu An Equal Opportunity Institution February 13, 2014 Mark V. Sullivan Head of Digital Development & Web Services George A. Smathers Libraries University of Florida PO Box 117000, Gainesville, FL 32611 Laurie N. Taylor, PhD Digital Humanities & Data Librarian George A. Smathers Libraries University of Florida PO Box 117000, Gainesville, FL 32611 Dear Mark V. Sullivan and Laurie N. Taylor: I am writing to confirm my participation as a scholarly advisor for and writing in strong support of your proposed National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) Digital Humanities Implementation Grant, which focuses on developing new technical supports for hosting, managing and storing humanities data, with development done iteratively through close consultation with humanities scholars. As my area of expertise is Asian art and the histories of collecting Asian art, the availability of research data is crucial to my work since I deal with a national and international array of scholars in the humanities. We share information but our work and teaching would be greatly enhanced with better means to host information, images, and archives. As a leader in the Asian art field located on a university campus, my goal is to not only meet museum collection needs but to enhance academic possibilities of resources that are easily shared. My current projects that coordinate research data and collections would be enhanced by new technical supports. For example, Discover Florida: Connecting Asian Art Collections http://ufdc.ufl.edu/asia1/portal, is an example that could benefit vastly from improved data-sharing. Having worked previously with you and the Smathers, I believe that your team will be fully capable of meeting all requirements and successfully fulfilling your goals. The current research that is ongoing in the Asian art field would benefit greatly from this project. As such, I am fully in support of it and look forward to participating. Sincerely, Jason Steuber Cofrin Curator of Asian Art

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February 14, 2014 Mark V. Sullivan Head of Digital Development & Web Services George A. Smathers Libraries University of Florida PO Box 117000, Gainesville, FL 32611 Laurie N. Taylor, PhD Digital Humanities & Data Librarian George A. Smathers Libraries University of Florida PO Box 117000, Gainesville, FL 32611 Dear Mark V. Sullivan and Laurie N. Taylor: I am writing to confirm my participation as a scholarly advisor for and writing in strong support of your proposed National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH ) Digital Humanities Implementation Grant, which focuses on developing new technical supports for hosting, managing and storing humanities data, with development done iteratively through close consultation with humanities scholars. I have spent the last decade working as both a digital scholar and humanities researcher, building large-scale digital projects such as the Valley of the Shadow and Mapping Texts projects which depend on large-scale humanities-oriented datasets. An d during that time I have come to appreciate how badly the humanities needs to develop new, sustainable, and long-term methods for curating, disseminating and hosting those datasets. This is vital to the long-term survival of born-digital research, of course, but also to enabling scholars from across the disciplines to harness and use datasets collected and created by their colleagues for other projects. In other words, this project promises to move the humanities toward greater sharing of data, and a more sustainable platform for making available some of the most important outputs of any scholarly endeavor: allowing others to repurpose, explore, and build upon our data sets. And it promises to do so in a sustainable way, which will provide humanities scholars the tools they need to push forward with innovative research rather than find themselves (as we so often do, currently) bogged down in the challenges of finding their own individual solutions for curating and hosting their datasets.

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In short, I think this is a vitally important project and I gladly offer whatever services I can toward its success. Sincerely, Andrew J. Torget Assistant Professor, Department of History Director, Digital History Lab University of North Texas

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11 February 2014 Mark V. Sullivan Head, Digital Development & Web Services George A. Smathers Libraries University of Florida PO Box 117000 Gainesville, Florida 32611 Dear Mark, I am writing to express my excitement and support for the project you are developing with Laurie Taylor for an NEH Digital Humanities Implementation grant application. Your proposal addresses an urgent emerging issue within the digital humanities. Given the amount of data being produced in institutional repositories, we desperately need a solution for archiving and making public the work humanities scholars accomplish each year. I say this as an advocate of open access and the public humanities, as well as a scholar who wants his work to impact everyday people. If we want more scholars creating work for the public, we need better tools for managing the data they produce. Before I started work at Washington State University, I spent a year as an Andrew W. Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow at Emory University Library working with faculty to develop internally-funded digital humanities (DH) alized the projects within a one-year development cycle and had no real plan for long-term sustainability. Of course, these issues were compounded by the fact that faculty were concerned about releasing data before publishing their research, and Emory had its own proprietary issues surrounding the data. The construction of a repository infrastructure would not only alleviate many of these common problems at DH centers but also emphasize a culture of institutional collaboration for humanities scholars who may otherwise be reticent to share their data. I am pleased to see you taking a leadership role in addressing a concern that impacts all of us. Your proposal has my strongest endorsement. Sincerely, Roger Whitson Assistant Professor of English Washington State University

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Building Cultures of Data Management through Integrative Approaches to Humanities Research University of Florida Appendix: Selected bibliography for further information on relevant current activities and practices UF Overview of SobekCM data support: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00017907/00001/pdf UF campus-wide Data Management/Curation Task Force: o All materials, http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00014835/ o Needs Assessment Survey, Fall 2013: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00014835/00014/pdf o Facilitated discussion assessment for humanities researchers: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00013948/ o Report, Dataverse Network Pilot Project with SURA Research Data Management: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00014835/00009/pdf Digital Humanities at UF o Library Digital Humanities: http://library.ufl.edu/digitalhumanities o Ce nter for the Humanities & the Public Sphere: http://www.humanities.ufl.edu/digitalhum.html o Digital Humanities Library Group (approved proposal which developed out of the Data Task Force activities to focus on the humanities): http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00014835/00030/pdf Overview on Data Management Support from the UF Libraries with the IR@UF & More: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00017119/00018/pdf UF Digital Humanities & Data Team Model with Library Liaisons: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00017119/00021/pdf UNT UNT Scholarly Works Repository http://digital.library.unt.edu/scholarlyworks/ UNT Data Repository http://digital.library.unt.edu/datarepository/ Selected Research Publications & Presentations on SobekCM Software and Services Gathering Lost Things and Connecting Lone Researchers: SobekCM and Digital Humanities Collaborations with the Librarians and Scholars C onference Presentation Proposal for data Driven: Digital Humanities in the Library, 2014: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00019270/00001/pdf . Geneseo, NY: Milne Library at SUNY Geneseo and the Monroe County Library System. 2013. http://www.dloc.com/AA00016370/00001/pdf Lois J. Widmer, Laurie N. Taylor, and Mark V. Sullivan. "Florida Digital Newspaper Library: Library and Publisher Partnerships for Access and Preservation," Florida Libraries (Fall 2012: 55/2), 15 17: . B rooke Wooldridge, Laurie Taylor, and Mark Sullivan. "Managing an Open Access, Multi Institutional, International Digital Library," Resource Sharing & Information Networks (2009: 35 44): and . Val Davis, Laurie Taylor, Stephen Williams, Dina Benson, Sara Russell Gonzalez, and Mark

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Building Cultures of Data Management through Integrative Approaches to Humanities Research University of Florida ational Conference on Digital Libraries, 2010: . Selected Documentation myUFDC & myDLOC Digital Collection Manager/Curator Tools. Smathers Libraries. 2010: . SobekCM User Guide. Smathers Libraries and Digital Library of the Caribbean. 2013: . 2013: . Metadata Training Materials: Presentation Slides, Handout, and Assessment. UF Digital Collections and Digital Library of the Caribbean. 2012: . Digital Library of the Caribbean Training Manual. Digital Library of the Caribbean. 2011: .

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T1: Project Initiation T2: Primary Tool Development T3: Promotion and Training Sept 2014 Nov 2014 Jan 2015 March 2015 May 2015 July 2015 Sept 2015 Nov 2015 Jan 2016 March 2016 May 2016 July 2016 Sept 2016 Nov 2016 Jan 2017 March 2017 May 2017 July 2017 Sept 2017 Initial Kick-Off Meeting Initial Survey Primary Implementation of Tools Integration Testing (UNT) Annual In-Depth Project Evaluation Promotion and Training Final Survey and Analysis Final Meeting Final Report and White Paper Recurring Advisory Committee Meetings T4: Final Evaluation and Report Instructional Video Development Final In-Depth Project Evaluation

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Page 1 of 6 Overview Software Developers for the SobekCM Open Source Software 1 have begun adding data support for specific data archiving (with versioning) needs, and with support for queries, searches, sorts, report generation, and other actions with archived data. About SobekCM The SobekCM software is a full suite of applications that power digital libraries, digital content/asset management, digital preservation, discoverability, online patron user tools, and workflow tools for integration with library and other web-scale systems, digital production, and digital curation. SobekCM is the software engine which powers many digital libraries, exhibits, digital production workflows, and more at institutions around the world including the Digital Library of the Caribbean (dLOC), Florida Digital Newspaper Library, the University of Florida Digital Collections (UFDC), and many others. SobekCM allows users to discover online resources via semantic and full-text searches, as well as a variety of different browse mechanisms. For each digital resource in the repository there are a plethora of display options, which may be selected by an appropriately authenticated use. This repository includes online metadata editing and online submissions in support of institutional repositories. Dataset Support in SobekCM: Prototype Development & Work to Date In October 2013, the Development Team for SobekCM at UF, led by Mark Sullivan, began adding prototype dataset support to the Institutional Repository @ UF ( IR@UF ). Prototype for final display of datasets (dataset with a single datatable) : http://ufdc.ufl.edu/IR00003504/00001 Prototype for dataset with multiple tables: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00017819/00001 Prototype for dataset codebook: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00017819/00001/dscodebook 1 SobekCM is released as open source software under the GNU GPL license, and is downloadable from the SobekCM Software Download Site, which also has complete information and technical and code documentation: http://sobek.ufl.edu/

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Page 2 of 6 Prototype for final display of datasets (dataset with a single datatable) Prototype for dataset with multiple tables

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Page 3 of 6 Prototype for dataset with multiple tables: reports

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Page 4 of 6 Prototype for dataset with multiple tables: downloads Prototype for dataset with multiple tables ; dataset codebook

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Page 5 of 6 In these examples, everything (e.g., the code book, uniqueness and foreign key constraints, required fields, etc.) are derived from the XML schema included at the top of the XML. The The schema currently uses Microsoft as the extension schema, which is the first support with more to be added. Paging through the data in particular is powered by a back-end data provider which serves JSON to the jQuery datatable plug-in. This is becoming more of an interface norm for data services on user-focused enterprise service sites, and provides a familiar framework for users here for the data services. This interface will likely continue to be written in JavaScript/jQuery that reads JSON to draw the tables for example. Currently, the prototype HTML is written directly in C# code. Considerations for the IR@UF Presentation Clearly, a major part of the problem is normalizing Excel and CSV files into XML and retrieving information from the user about each row, how it should be searched, etc. Clicking on a single row doesn't retrieve the correct row, nor does it yet travel through the table relations to show information in related tables. For the interface as currently envisioned, this screen will include a button for and a button on the main view data screens to The input/edit forms are expected to be created directly from the XSD's information. The prototype is currently working with a XML NoSQL solution, but using the XSD solution with a SQL back-end should work well. The system could parse the XSD to discover the structure/codebook and everything else would be relatively similar. Instead of retrieving the data from the dataset derived from XML, it would be read into a dataset from SQL. The one difference is that only the data needed immediately for display would be retrieved from SQL (probably with paging through the data for handling big data). Considerations for System Integration with the Libraries, Research Computing, and/or Others In addition to considerations for the IR@UF presentation and functionality as powered by SobekCM, this SQL could reside on servers supported by the UF Libraries, Research Computing, and/or others. With additional collaborative development, the back-end would be able to use Hadoop or iRODS and the additional development would enable it for presentation.

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Page 6 of 6 Dataset Support in SobekCM: Next Phase Digital Development & Web Services Team with many SobekCM Developers) is planning to pursue an Emerging Technology Grant from within the Libraries, seeking $10,000 for developer salary. At this time, one of the developers on the Digital Development & Web Services Team is on grant funding, with a time gap between when the current grant project funding ends and the next begins. This presents the opportunity to immediately hire a skilled full-time developer for a specific project and defined timeframe, and Dataset support in SobekCM has been selected as the appropriate project for this period. The proposed project for the Emerging Technology Grant will focus on adding support for simple visualizations including simple graphs and mapping, possibly similar to CKAN. 2 Dataset Support in SobekCM : Immediate Next Steps For the immediate future, Mark Sullivan is working towards the grant proposal and continuing to refine the dataset support in SobekCM as time allows. He will share updates on progress and any considerations for -wide Data Management/Curation Task Force 3 and the other SobekCM Developers. 4 Document Information Dataset Support in SobekCM (Oct. 2013). Technical information written by Mark V. Sullivan, initial text revised and expanded for use as documentation and news by Laurie N. Taylor. 2 http://demo.ckan.org/dataset/go ld -prices/resource/b9aae52b-b082-4159-b46f-7bb9c158d013 3 http://library.ufl.edu/datamgmt/ 4 https://groups.google.com/forum/#!categories/sobekcm-discuss/general

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Building Cultures of Data Management through Integrative Approaches to Humanities Research, UF Appendix: NEH Grant Funded Position Descriptions Project Programmer Position Description WORKING TITLE: Information Technology Expert SUMMARY OF POSITION ROLE/RESPONSIBILITIES: Perform duties related to the creation and support of software applications for a data module for ease of use in creating, editing, and using data as part of integrated services and support in digital library repository and institutional repository (IR) systems. Develop necessary scripting and programming, as well as databases and file structures, needed to allow users to interact with, create, and edit datasets and databases alongside of their primary research materials collections sets Serve as part of a multi institutional team in creating the module for local use and ease of installation in a wide variety of repository systems. EXAMPLES OF RESPONSIBILITIES: Perform analysis and programming to develop, document, and maintain computer software programs. The primary emphasis will be on web and database systems which effectively deliver and support authenticated creation and editing digital resources. Design, implement and maintain all relational database components (tables, SQL stored procedures, etc.) necessary for effective data presentation and with respect to product tracking and system security. Develop the data module utilizing mark-up and display languages (e.g. HTML, XML, CSS, etc.) and data rendering, editing, and manipulation supports (e.g., JavaScript, jQuery, SPARQL) Provide quality control on data, interface deployment, and indexing. Coordinate with IT experts and expert users on the integrated data module. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: A high school diploma and four years of any combination of relevant experience, education and/or certification. The level of expertise and skill required to qualify for a position in this classification is generally attained through combinations of education and experience in the field. While such employees commonly have a bachelor's or higher degree, no particular academic degree is required. Appropriate college course work or technical training may substitute at an equivalent rate to the required experience. Demonstrated ability to function as part of a team. Demonstrated experience with SQL or other database query equivalent. Demonstrated experience with multiple programming languages. Preference given to experience with C#, Java and web scripting languages. Demonstrated knowledge of relational database models. Experience with Microsoft Windows systems and familiarity with Windows server operating systems (NT, 2000 Server, .NET) Demonstrated experience with mark-up languages (i.e., HTML, XML) Must be able to communicate effectively with co-workers and users. Frequent written (email) and verbal communication is required. Cooperation, innovation, and listening skills are essential. Must be able to effectively extract programming requirements from users. PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor's or Master's degree in Computer Science Familiarity with Microsoft SQL Server and/or Internet Information Server

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ProposalNumber:ProposalStatus:SponsorDeadline: 02/19/2014SubmissionMethod:SubmissionType: INVESTIGATORDATAPROJECTDIRECTOR/PRINCIPALINVESTIGATORCONTACTINFORMATIONPrefix:FirstName:MiddleName:LastName:Suffix: Mark SullivanPosition/Title: IT SeniorOrganization: University of Florida Board of TrusteesDepartment:Division:Street1: George A. Smathers LibrariesStreet2: PO Box 117024City: GainesvilleCounty:State: FLZipCode: 32611-7024Country: USAEmployeeID:Phone: 352-273-2907Fax:Email: MarSull@uflib.ufl.eduFirstBudgetPeriodEffort:Calendar:Academic:Summer:StatusofPI:StatusWaiverRequired?SignedIntellectualPropertyWaiverAttached?SignedConflictofInterestDisclosureAttached?AgencyCertificationDocumentationAttached?CostSharingAuthorizationFormAttached? SPONSORDATAAgency: National Endowment for the HumanitiesProposalTypeSponsorMechanism: Digital Humanities Implementation GrantsSponsorType:SponsorCode:SponsorName:SubDivision1:SubDivision2: PROJECTDATATitleofProject: Building Cultures of Data Management through Integrative Approaches to Humanities ResearchIsThisaSubcontract?IfYes,whoisprime?TypeofProposal:TypeofAgency:KindofApplication:PreviousGrant#orFederalIdentifier:Changeingranteeinstitution? NoTypeofProject: PROJECTADMINISTRATIONWhoisresponsibleforthisresearch?DepartmentalIdentificationNumber:Primary:Secondary:DepartmentalName:Primary:Secondary:PrimaryDept.ContactInfo:AccountClassification:Primary:Secondary:OtherInstitutionalCode:NAICSCode: COMPLIANCEDATAAreanimalsubjectsused?ProposalSummaryProposalSummarypage1of2

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IsIACUCreviewpending?IACUCProtocol#IACUCApprovalDate:Arehumansubjectsused?IsIRBreviewpending?IRBProtocol#IRBApprovalDate:Doesthisprojectinvolveuseofanyofthefollowing?RadioactiveMaterial(s),RadiationProducingDevices(s),RecombinantDNA,BiohazardousChemical(s),ClassIIIborIVLasers,Othercertificationsofhealth,safetyand/orenvironmentalcompliance. BUDGETDATAPerformanceDatesBeginDateEndDateFirstBudgetPeriod:CumulativeBudgetPeriod:CostSharingInformationMandatoryVoluntaryCommitted:Amount:Source:BudgetPeriodDirectCostIndirectCostTotalCostTotal: AWARDDATAAward#:Contract#:Date:BudgetPeriodDirectCostIndirectCostTotalCostTotal: EXPORTCONTROL1.Willtheprojectinvolveparticipation,collaborationoraccesstoinformationbyforeignnationals,definedas:individualswithforeigncitizenship,foreigngovernments,foreignassociationsandcorporations,orforeignpoliticalparties?Note:ForeignnationalsgrantedUScitizenship,orpermanentresidence"greencard"orgrantedstatusasa"protectedindividual",e.g.,politicalrefugeesandpoliticalasylumholdersare"EXEMPT"fromdeemedexportrule.2.Willtheprojectinvolvetheshipmentofequipment,technology,software,materialsdataorotherinformation?3.Willtheprojectinvolveaforeignsubcontractorotherforeigncontractualagreement? COMMENTSANDEXPLANATIONSPLEASEINDICATEANYSPECIALINSTRUCTIONSBELOW: ProposalSummary(cont'd)ProposalSummarypage2of2