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Poster: The African American Heritage in Florida, presentation by Dr. Jane Landers and Dr. Steve Noll

Material Information

Title:
Poster: The African American Heritage in Florida, presentation by Dr. Jane Landers and Dr. Steve Noll
Series Title:
Mellon/NEH Open Book Program (grant materials)
Creator:
Morris Babb, Meredith
Taylor, Laurie N.
Keith, Brian W.
Dinsmore, Chelsea
Hawley, Haven
Place of Publication:
Gainesville, FL
Publisher:
University of Florida
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Language:
English
Physical Description:
Grant Proposal

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Subjects / Keywords:
University Press
Digital Humanities
Digital Scholarship
Academic Publishing

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Abstract:
In collaboration with UPF and a humanities advisory board, the Smathers Libraries’ project team will make 30 out-of-print books freely available online and in electronic formats. The project team plans to complete the following deliverables: 1) secure rights and permissions for selected books about Florida and the Caribbean published by the UPF from 1968 to 1992; 2) digitize and distribute with Creative Commons-licensing for books in EPUB 3.0.1, PDF for print-on-demand, and Web PDF formats; 3) implement a marketing plan to broadly promote online availability of books to scholars, educators, students, and the general public; 4) engage an expert Advisory Board to prioritize selections and plan for promotional and educational programmatic opportunities for university press and academic library collaborations; and, 5) produce a white paper that documents processes, costs, and impacts for rights issues while serving as a guide for replicating the collaborative process for other university presses and academic libraries.
General Note:
Grant Program: Mellon/NEH Open Book Program
Funding:
Requested amount: $99,940
Funding:
Awarded amount: $79,000, funded through Mellon.

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University of Florida Institutional Repository
Holding Location:
University of Florida
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FLORIDA AND THE CARIBBEAN OPEN BOOK SERIES http://ufdc.u.edu/openbooks A PRESENTATION BY DR. JANE LANDERS Gertrude Conaway Vanderbilt Professor of History at Vanderbilt University AND DR. STEVE NOLL UF Master Lecturer in the Department of History Thursday, October 25, 2018 | 3:00 pm | Smathers Library, Room 100 The Florida and the Caribbean books showcase a long, distinguished history of publishing works of Latin American and Caribbean scholarship that connect through generations and places. The breadth and depth of the list demonstrates Floridas commitment to transnational history and regional studies. Todays readers will benefit from having free and open access to these works, as they provide unique perspectives on the historical scholarship on Florida and the Caribbean and serve as a foundation upon which todays researchers can build. The Florida and the Caribbean Open Books Series is made possible through a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities and the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, under the Humanities Open Books program. The African American Heritage in Florida