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We would like to thank the following individuals.

The D-CRAFT Project has benefited tremendously from the wisdom, guidance, and perspectives of numerous individuals. Here we acknowledge the contributions made by specific groups.

D-CRAFT experts

In 2021 and 2022, D-CRAFT invited nine individuals to join our team and share their expertise in targeted areas – a group we referred to as the D-CRAFT Experts. These individuals helped fill critical gaps in the Project Team’s knowledge by refining content that makes up the core components of D-CRAFT. See our list of D-CRAFT Experts and their bios.

D-CRAFT UX volunteers

As the D-CRAFT Project Team developed the online toolkit, they sought input on the design and functionality of the website and learning modules. The Project Team would like to acknowledge the following individuals who participated in D-CRAFT user experience testing:

  • Molly Bragg, Duke University Libraries
  • Lara Friedman-Shedlov, academic library
  • Cristela Garcia-Spitz, University of California at San Diego Libraries
  • Morgan McKeehan, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Libraries
  • Josh Morgan, Libraries at University of Tennessee, Knoxville
  • Allyson Ota, Kapiʻolani Community College Library
  • Jeannine Roe, state goverment archive
  • Rachel Senese, academic library
  • Gina Solares, academic library
  • Danielle Spalenka, The Filson Historical Society
  • Stacey Stavatsky, The Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia

D-CRAFT takedown policy feedback volunteers

Community input on the Measuring Reuse project (a previous IMLS-funded grant project that developed the foundation for D-CRAFT) indicated that practitioners needed documentation and information on how to address instances when digital object reuses were violating community values and institutional policies. The following individuals provided helpful information to the Project Team on crafting and applying digital library takedown policies:

  • Esmé Cowles, Princeton University Library
  • John Dewees, University of Rochester
  • Sarah Dorpinghaus, University of Kentucky Libraries
  • Virginia Dressler, Kent State University
  • Cristela Garcia-Spitz, University of California at San Diego Libraries
  • Cindy Kristof, Kent State University Libraries

D-CRAFT ethical guidelines feedback

We acknowledge the 40+ individuals who provided feedback on previous drafts of the Ethical Guidelines document. 

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