The following individuals provided initial research assistance regarding digital image database management and vocabularies:

  • Nicole Robert, PhD, Gender, Women & Sexuality Studies, University of Washington
  • Andrea Descoteaux Koprowicz, MA, Museology, University of Washington

The following staff members of the University of Washington Libraries provided support with image management, digital project management and scholarship, metadata development, Library of Congress authority contributions, and video management:

  • Jeanette Mills, Director, Visual Services, School of Art
  • Josh Polansky, Director, Visual Resources Collection, College of Built Environments
  • Ann Lally, Digital Collections Curator
  • Anne Graham, Senior Computer Specialist, Libraries Digital Strategies
  • Verletta Kern, Digital Scholarship Librarian
  • Theo Gerontakos, Metadata/Cataloguing Librarian, 
Convener of the Metadata Implementation Group (MIG)
  • Charlene Chou, Head of Technical Services, East Asia Library and Chinese Cataloger
  • John Vallier, Head, Distributed Media Services

The following University of Washington Information Technology staff provided initial support with Omeka installation and metadata import and management:

  • Craig Stimmel, Webmaster, Academic & Collaborative Applications
  • Vera Kobylchak, Applied Math & Pauline Wu, Informatics (Student members of the UW IT Web Engineering Group)

Special thanks for the introduction to digital scholarship and co-facilitation of a 2010 "Cultural Research and Digital Collections" microseminar at the Simpson Center for the Humanities:

  • Jentry SayersAssociate Professor & Digital Humanities Director, University of Victoria