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|Cathy Nelson Hartman|
|Associate Dean-Libraries, Librarian IV-Libraries|
| Willis Library, 1506 Highland Avenue, Denton, Texas 76203 Mail Box: #305190, Willis Library, Room No.: 221 |
| firstname.lastname@example.org (940) 565-3269 (940) 369-8760 |
| digital libraries, web archiving |
Univ. of North Texas
North Texas State Univ.
Areas of interest include creating digital collections, digital preservation, metadata, Web archiving, and user access to digital materials.
|Duration (YYYY - YYYY or Present)||Rank||Department / School||College / Office||University / Company|
|2010-Present||Librarian||Associate Dean of Libraries||Libraries||University of North Texas|
|2005-2010||Librarian||Assistant Dean for Digital and Information Technology||Libraries||Univ. of North Texas|
|2003-2005||Librarian IV||Head, Digital Projects Department||Libraries||Univ. of North Texas|
|2001-2003||Librarian III||Head, Gov. Docs. Department||Libraries||Univ. of North Texas|
|1995-2001||Librarian II||Documents Librarian||Libraries||Univ. of North Texas|
|1991-1995||Assistant Professor/Librarian||Abell Library||Library||Austin College|
| Year||Publication|| Type|
"It Takes a Village to Save the Web: The End of Term Web Archive," DttP:Documents to the People
Tracy Seneca, Abbie Grotke, Cathy Nelson Hartman, Kris Carpenter
American Library Association
|Non Refereed(Non-peer reviewed)Journals|
"Classifying the End-of-Term Archive," Proceedings of the Archiving 2012 Conference, Copenhagen, Denmark.
Kathleen Murray and Cathy N. Hartman
Society for Imaging Science and Technology
“Developing Collections of Web-Published Materials," Journal of Web Librarianship , Volume 1, #2 (2007) p. 5-26.
Inga K. Hsieh, Kathleen R. Murray, Cathy Nelson Hartman
|Refereed(Peer reviewed) Journals|
"The Depository Library Community and Collaborative Participation in E-Government: AskUS (FDLP Librarians) and We Will Answer!” The Changing Face of Government Information: Providing Access in the Twenty-First Century.
Melody Specht Kelly and Cathy Nelson Hartman
|Refereed(Peer reviewed) Journals|
“Development of a Portal to Texas History,” Library Hi Tech . Volume 23, No. 2 (2005) p. 151-163
Cathy Nelson Hartman, Dreanna Belden, Nancy Reis, et.al
|Refereed(Peer reviewed) Journals|
|Start Date||End Date||Presentation/Project|
|2012 ||2012 ||Classifying the End of Term Web Archive|
Poster session and discussion at the IS&T Archiving Conference, Copenhagen, Denmark.
|2011 ||2011 ||Research: Curator Discussion of Web Archives|
Presentation and discussion at the International Internet Preservation Consortium General Assembly, The Hague, Netherlands.
|2010 ||2010 ||Collecting and Providing Access to the News: Processes and Challenges|
Citizen Journalism Special Symposium, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.
| Performance Period||Title||Sponsor||Funding||Role||Status|
|2012-2013||Fifty Years Later: the John F. Kennedy Assassination||Texas State Library and Archives Commission - TexTreasures||$21,945||Principal Investigator||Active|
|2011-2013||Lone Star Ink: National Digital Newspaper Program||National Endowment for the Humanities||$325,000||Principal Investigator||Active|
|2011-2013||Oklahoma Historical Newspapers||National Endowment for the Humanities||$237,000||Principal Investigator||Active|
|2010-2013||Mapping the Southwest: Digitizing 5,000 Historical Maps of Texas and the Southwest||National Endowment for the Humanities||$314,688||Principal Investigator||Active|
|2010-2013||New Mexico Historical Newspapers||National Endowment for the Humanities||$233,000||Principal Investigator||Active|
|2012||Fifty Years Later: the John F. Kennedy Assassination||Texas State Library and Archives Commission - TexTreasures||$21,945||Principal Investigator||Active|
|2011-2012||Early Texas Newspapers II||Texas State Library and Archives Commission||$17,000||Principal Investigator||Completed|
|2009-2012||Classification of the End-of-Term Archive: Extending Collection Development to Web Archives||Institute for Museum and Library Services||$63,100||Principal Investigator||Completed|
|2009-2011||Lone Star Ink: National Digital Newspaper Program||National Endowment for the Humanities||$399,790||Principal Investigator||Completed|
|2009-2011||Oklahoma Historical Newspapers||National Endowment for the Humanities||$230,000||Co-PI||Completed|
|2008-2009||Bartlett Tribune: Seventy-Seven Years of Local History||Texas State Library and Archives Commission||$60,403||Principal Investigator||Completed|
|2008-2009||Early Texas Newspapers: 1829-1861||Texas State Library and Archives Commission||$24,637||Principal Investigator||Completed|
|2007-2009||Lone Star Ink: National Digital Newspaper Program||National Endowment for the Humanities||$397,552||Principal Investigator||Completed|
|2007-2009||IOGENE: Optimizing the User Experience in an Architecture for Rapid||Institute for Museum and Library Services||$448,548||Principal Investigator||Completed|
|2004-2009||Web-at-Risk||National Digital Information Infrastructure and Preservation Program||$592,000||Co-PI||Completed|
|2002-2004||Portal to Texas History||Texas Telecommunications Infrastrucutre Fund Competitive Grant (LB9)||$197,410||Principal Investigator||Completed|
|Year||Agency/Organization||Field of Expertise|
|2013||Institute for Museum and Library Services||Digital Libraries and Library Education|
|2012||University of Washington||Librarianship - Outside Peer Review for Tenure|
|2012||National Endowment for the Humanities||Digital Libraries|
|2011||National Endowment for the Humanities||Digital Libraries|
|2008||Journal of Web Librariansip||Web Archiving|
|Records Management Interagency Coordinating Council|
|Advises the Legislature on matters related to electronic records management. (2003-current)|
|Depository Library Council|
|Advises the Public Printer on information policy issues related to government information policy and the Federal Depository Library Program (2000-2003 - Council Chair in 2003)|
|Beta Phi Mu International Library and Informaiton Science Honor Society|
|Freedom of Information Foundation of Texas|
|Duration (YYYY - YYYY or Present)||Committee||Position||Classification|
|2010-Present||Associate Deans' Council||Member|| |
|2009-Present||Council of Associate Deans for Research||Member|| |
|Duration (YYYY - YYYY or Present)||Organization||Position||Classification|
|2008-Present||International Internet Preservation Consortuim||Access Work Group Member and Elected to the Steering Committee||International Collaboration for Research|
|1989-Present||American Library Association||Various elected and appointed offices. Former - Member of the Governing Council||Professional Association|
|1989-Present||Texas Library Association||Various elected and appointed offices||Professional Association|
|2009||Platinum Star Award||UNT Department of Library and Information Sciences|
|2008||Digital Preservation Pioneer||Library of Congress|
|2007||Public Access to Government Information Award||American Association of Law Librarians|
|2007||Documents to the People Award||American Library Association, Government Documents Round Table|
|2004||Distinguished Alumni Award||UNT School of Library and Information Sciences|
|2004||Movers and Shakers Award||Library Journal|
|2003||Knowledge is Power Award||Texas Library Association, Government Documents Round Table|
|Hartman has been involved in leadership roles in state, national, and international organizations and councils including the American Library Association, the Texas Library Association, the International Internet Preservation Consortium (currently serving as Steering Committee Chair), and the Texas Records Management Interagency Coordinating Council. She is a past chair of the Federal Depository Library Council, an advisory body to the head of the US Government Printing Office on issues related to U.S. government information access policy. |
Her preservation efforts for electronic government information include:
* Establishing the CyberCemetery in 1997, in partnership with the U.S. Government Printing Office to preserve the Web sites of dead U.S. government agencies and commissions. In 2005, this partnership expanded as UNT became an Affiliated Archive with the National Archives and Records Administration for the CyberCemetery materials.
* Creating a partnership with the Texas Secretary of State's Office in 2000, to archive back electronic issues of the Texas Register and later the partnership was expanded to include the Texas Laws and Resolutions Archive.
She leads a very talented and knowledgeable team of researchers and developers who are involved in several externally funded projects. She is the founder of the Portal to Texas History program that has now helped more than 200 libraries and museums in Texas digitize their unique collections and make them available on the Web. With funding from several sources Including the National Endowment for the Humanities, TexTreasures, LSTA, the Summerlee Foundation, the Tocker Foundation, and others, millions of pages of content have been digitized and added to the Portal, including over one million pages of historical Texas newspapers.
The responsibility for the accuracy of the information contained on these pages lies with the authors and user providing such information.