26  ·  Survey Results:  Survey Questions and Responses
Development of the campus IR, which is based in the library and is central in the library’s digital preservation efforts, has
been done in collaboration with IT at the campus level, colleagues in the School of Information and Library Science, and
faculty who create, deposit, and use digital content preserved by the library.
Digital Library Technologies, Information Technology Services, the Special Collections Library, the Libraries’ Information
Technology Department (I-Tech), Cataloging and Metadata Services Department, Scholarly Communications, and the
Digitization and Preservation Department.
Director of Digital Information Strategy (university-level position), Office of Information Technology (university-level).
Faculty and research teams, Research Services Office, University Administration.
Faculty as authors and journal editors, the University Press of Florida (statewide), the Harn Museum of Art, the Florida
Museum of Natural History, individual departments, centers, institutes, and colleges, and others.
Faculty researchers and central administration, particularly regarding research datasets.
Faculty, administrators.
Faculty, graduate students, and other campus departments/units.
Graduate College, the Graduate School of Library and Information Science, Office of the CIO and CITES (academic
computing).
Institute IT division; and VP for Research.
Institutional information technology services.
It’s still in the early stages, but we’re talking with University Archives and the campus IT group.
NLM’s Lister Hill Center for Biomedical Communications, National Center for Biomedical Information (NCBI), NIH Library.
Other units within the library, including Library Systems, University Archives, Rare Books and Special Collections.
Our IT department (LETS) has informed the university’s IT unit (IST) about the costs involved in digital preservation.
Special Collections curators.
UC Libraries Preservation Advisory Group; CRL.
University Council, Information Services, University Business Administration, Academic Colleges, Registrar’s Office,
University Records Management’s Digitization Services.
University Information Technologies.
University Information Technology Services, faculty in the School of Library and Information Science and School of
Informatics and Computing, Office of the Vice Provost for Research, Office of the Vice President for Research, other
libraries and archives within the institution.
University Information Technology, High Speed Computing.
University IT department.
University Records Office, Information Technology and Communication, Office of Research, Faculty Senate, individual
faculty.
University Secretariat, and Information Systems & Technology Department.
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