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Matthew Short, Digital Collections & Metadata Librarian
Jaime Schumacher, Director of Digital Collections & Scholarship
Stacey Erdman, Digital Collections Curator (2008-2016)
Tara Dirst, Technical Coordinator (2005-2007)
Anitha Paruchuri, Web Developer (2005-2011)
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Charles Larry, Graphic Designer
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Gregg Camfield, University of California at Merced
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Bob Hirst, University of California, Berkeley
Peter J. Kastor, Washington University
O. Vernon Burton, Clemson University
Troy Smith, Tennessee Tech University
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