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Funding a Digital Library. One-Time, Sometimes, All the Time. Building a Library Addition. Planning involves determining Storage capacity Seating capacity Service points Furnishings Technology. Building a Library Addition. Construction involves Excavation Cement pours Framing

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Funding a digital library

Funding a Digital Library

One-Time,

Sometimes,

All the Time


Building a library addition
Building a Library Addition

Planning involves determining

  • Storage capacity

  • Seating capacity

  • Service points

  • Furnishings

  • Technology


Building a library addition1
Building a Library Addition

Construction involves

  • Excavation

  • Cement pours

  • Framing

  • Wiring

  • Painting

  • Furniture installation

  • Punch lists


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Building a Library Addition

Building a library addition is all about the place. Once the cement has hardened and the paint is dry your attention shifts to use.

Funding for a library addition must be fully in place before construction begins.


Building a digital library addition
Building a Digital Library Addition

Planning and building a digital library addition is all about use not place. There is no cement to harden nor paint to dry and funding must be secured while construction is underway and the construction never stops.

Building physical and digital library additions require different funding models.


Finding money one time
Finding Money – One Time

1998 CIO grant

  • Figure out what a digital library is and how it could contribute to teaching and learning at BYU

    • BYU Museum of Art

      • 10,000 art images


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Finding Money – One Time

Library of Congress/Ameritech Grant

  • American Memory Project

  • Utah Academic Library Consortium effort

  • Trails of Hope: Overland Diaries and Letters, 1846-1869

    • 59 diary volumes

    • 43 maps

    • 82 photographs


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Finding Money – One Time

2003 Ira and Mary Lou Fulton Gift

  • High-end scanning equipment and printers

    2005 Library Services and Technology Act Grant

  • George Edward Anderson photograph collection

  • Partner with Utah State Historical Society

  • 14,020 glass plates


Finding money sometimes
Finding Money - Sometimes

2003 Angel Partners Grant

  • Student wages

  • Mormon Publications

  • History of Civilization

    2007 Angel Partners Grant

  • Map scanning

    • Maps that support geography and geology studies

    • Maps that support family history research


Finding money all the time
Finding Money - All The Time

The Lee Library has

  • Repurposed 5 FTEs to digital projects

  • Allocated 1 programmer to digital initiatives

  • Established a permanent budget for

    • Student Wages

    • Supplies

    • Outsourcing


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Finding Money - All The Time

Established the Marcus Bach Endowment

  • 46 works by Bach

  • Literature that supports study of world religions

    • John Donne Sermons

    • Syriac Studies Reference Library

      • Partnered with the Catholic University of America

    • BYU Religious Studies Center publications


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Finding Money - All The Time

Established the Gold Family Endowment

  • Family History Archive

    • 11,200 personal family histories

    • Family History magazines and newsletters

    • Partner with the Genealogical Society of Utah


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Finding Money - All The Time

Established the Digital Library Endowment

  • Contributions of many donors

    • Online solicitation of gifts

  • Now supports projects such as

    • BYU Electronic Theses and Dissertations

    • Western North American Naturalist

    • Marcel Schwob – unpublished letters of literary critic

    • Children’s Book and Play Review

    • And many others


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Finding Money - All The Time

Making friends and finding partners

Library Consortia

  • Utah Academic Library Consortium

  • Greater Western Library Alliance

  • Church Consortium of Libraries and Archives

    Campus partners

  • BYU Museum of Art

  • BYU Religious Studies Center

  • New World Archaeological Foundation

    Other libraries

  • Catholic University of America

  • National Library of Italy, Naples


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