grant contributions, development and management
"The James R. Jones Carl Albert Center Digital Archive”, donation by Ambassador James R. Jones, 2020, to facilitate moving all digital collections into Preservica digital content management platform from ArchivesSpace, $1,000,000 (awarded)
"The Independent Student Voice: Access to the University of Oklahoma’s Historic Newspaper" Ethics and Excellence in Journalism Foundation grant – Digitized 100 years of the Campus newspaper for free/public usage $25,000 (awarded)
"Historical Collection of Political Campaign Advertisements: Online Archiving, Automated Coding, and Scientific Analysis" National Science Foundation (NSF) collaboration with Harvard University and Iowa State University, $680,000
"Redlining, a Community Driven Exhibit", Oklahoma Humanities $5,000 to develop and present documentary style footage and interactive platform in Oklahoma City (awarded)
“Carl Albert Center COVID-19 Digital Curation Project”, University of Oklahoma, $5,000 (awarded)
"Saving Sounds of the Past", Oklahoma Humanities, $1,500.00, January 27, 2020 (awarded)
Carl Albert Interactive Platform of Discovery Oklahoma Department o Libraries with the National Archives Records Administration and National Historical Publications and Records Commission, $2859.00, Awarded on January 27, 2020 - completed: October 20, 2020 -
"The Dick T. Morgan Digital Collection", Morgan Family Trust, $12,000, submitted August 8, 2018 - completed January 20, 2019
"People's Voice: Native American Collaborative Identification and Exploration Archive (PVP); a collaborative knowledge platform" Oklahoma Humanities Grant $16,000 proposed and submitted July 2019
"Indigenous Media Portal" National Endowment for the Humanities Grant for $30,000 proposed and submitted August 2019
“Threats to Your Collection” Oklahoma Department of Libraries with the Oklahoma Historical Records Advisory Board grant of $3,000 awarded August 24, 2012, successful grant proposal.
"Improving Access to Collections: Grants for Archival Collections Representing Oklahoma: Providing Access to the Digital Materials of the Carl Albert Collection" National Archives and Records Administration—National Historical Publications and Records Commission, funding through the Oklahoma Historical Records Advisory Board (OHRAB) and Oklahoma Department of Libraries (ODL) grant AWARDED
“Ethics and Excellence in Journalism Foundation”, management of the digitization of Oklahoma newspapers prior to 1923 and make available on the Gateway to Oklahoma History website, received 2009.
"Music Research and Sound Preservation", overseeing the digital collection management of the Grammy Foundation grant of $250,000 awarded April 5, 2012.