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The Digital Initiatives group has established standards for all of the scanning projects that are undertaken by the Virginia Kelly Karnes Archives and Special Collections Research Center. For more information go the Digital Initiatives Project Manual.
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There are numerous people that have been involved with several of
the collections. Michael Fosmire has given this project vision for
how it can be made most useful. Frances Christman has worked
diligently to insure the accuracy of all of the data. Jan Addison
has insured that the final quality checks were done and managed the
metadata for each of the projects. Kathryn Fuhs and Divine Eguzouwa
have spent countless hours scanning the technical reports.