CLIR Annual Report: 2000 – 2001

CLIR

Grants and Contracts Active in FY 2001

Recipient Purpose Authorized Amount
American Folklore Society: Library of Congress To support a conference on the preservation of folklore recordings 8/1/00 $19,140
Washington, DC
Baron, Robert A. To oversee aspects of Academic Image Cooperative Project 11/29/99 $33,600
Larchmont, NY
Bridegam, Will To write a report on the Five College Library Depository 6/1/00 $2,000
Amherst, MA
Brockman, Bill To write a report on humanities scholars’ use of electronic resources 10/19/99 $1,000
Urbana, IL
C. W. Shaver and Company, Inc. To conduct an assessment of CLIR 3/20/00 $25,000
New York, NY
Carnegie Mellon University To develop a prototype for the Academic Image Cooperative 10/26/99 $155,000
Pittsburgh, PA
Cohen, Elizabeth To write a paper for the conference, “Folklore Heritage Collections in Crisis” 7/1/00 $2,000
Los Angeles, CA
Columbia University Press To convene focus sessions to access electronic publications 5/18/99 $20,000
New York, NY
Communications Office, Inc., The To conduct an assessment of CLIR 10/17/00 $25,000
Alexandria, VA
Cornell University Computing Science Department To support Cornell University’s work on the Open Archives initiative (OAi) 11/13/00 $84,800
Ithaca, NY
Danielson, Virginia To write a paper for the conference, “Folklore Heritage Collections in Crisis” 9/1/00 $2,000
Cambridge, MA
Informed Strategies To write a report on electronic journal usage statistics 2/10/00 $20,000
Ardmore, PA
Irvine, Tatiana To serve as recorder for the conference, “Folklore Heritage Collections in Crisis” 11/6/00 $1,000
Chapel Hill, NC
Jewell, Timothy To write a report for the conference, “Strategies for Developing Digital Collections” 7/10/00 $4,000
Seattle, WA
Lawson, Roger C. To serve as recorder for the conference, “Building and Sustaining Digital Collections: Models for Libraries and Museums” 12/27/00 $2,000
Fredericksburg, VA
Library of Congress To partially support a symposium, “National Libraries of the World: Interpreting the Past, Shaping the Future” 4/11/00 $10,000
Washington, DC
Lougee, Wendy To write a report on the changing role of libraries in the digital age 2/12/01 $3,000
Ann Arbor, MI
National Book Centre of Greece To translate preservation literature and organize preservation workshops 11/15/99 $56,300
Athens, Greece
National Library of Australia To partially support a distributed digital preservation archive 2/28/01 $5,000
Australia
Neustadt Center for the Benton Foundation To produce a video on the role of the library in the community 12/14/98 $88,000
Washington, DC
Pitschmann, Louis To write a report for the conference, “Strategies for Developing Digital Collections” 7/10/00 $4,000
Madison, WI
Queens Library Foundation To partially support the “Second China/U.S. Conference on Libraries: Stragetic Policy Directions for China/U.S. Library Cooperation” 1/16/01 $5,000
Jamaica, NY
Research Libraries Group To support RLG DigiNews 5/19/99 $19,668
Mountain View, CA
Rodgers, David L. To develop a business plan for the Frye Leadership Institute 1/15/01 $10,000
Ann Arbor, MI
Royal Library of the Netherlands To conduct an international survey of significant developments in preservation science 11/9/99 $12,000
The Netherlands
Seeger, Anthony To write a paper for the conference, “Folklore Heritage Collections in Crisis” 6/29/00 $2,000
Los Angeles, CA
Southeastern Library Network, Inc. To support work on the competency guidelines for research librarians in the Southeast 7/28/00 $20,000
Atlanta, GA
Stanford University Libraries To conduct an in-depth study and survey of users of scholarly electronic journals 11/23/98 $25,000
Stanford, CA
Stenlake, Rodney To analyze possible licensing arrangements among digital libraries 9/30/98 $8,500
New Haven , CT
University of California, Berkeley To oversee translation into Spanish of texts on Encoded Archival Descriptors 12/20/99 $10,000
Berkeley, CA
University of California, Los Angeles Graduate School of Education and Information Science To transcribe interviews with UCLA graduate history students 10/12/99 $2,500
Los Angeles, CA
University of Cape Town Fund, Inc. To support local expenses related to a preservation workshop in Cape Town, South Africa 11/30/99 $10,000
New York, NY
University of Illinois To support the development of a report on humanities scholars’ use of electronic resources 8/27/99 $10,000
Champaign, IL
University of Minnesota To support a study on the theory of cost allocation for information resources 7/18/97 $25,000
Minneapolis, MN