Developing a Collection Digitization Workflow for the Elm Fork Natural Heritage Museum Page: III
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First, I'd like to thank my advisor Dr. Kennedy for his support during this entire process.
My thesis was an "experiment" for both of us and I am grateful for his help in pursuing this
path. I am also grateful to my other committee members, Dr. Moen and Dr. Johnson for their
help and comments for this project.
I need to acknowledge my small army of volunteers who helped me in various stages of
this project, particularly Dasya Petranova and Annika Nelson, who did the majority of the
digitizing. I am very thankful for all of the work they did towards getting the herbarium
cataloged. I would like to thank the other volunteers who did some work with the herbarium:
Chinami McClain, Thao Hoang, Nathaniel Hargrave and Michael Hunter. I also need to thank the
volunteers who helped correct all of the records after the QA/QC and continued the
digitization, even though the portion for this project was completed. These individuals are Erin
Lamere, Marinda Griffin, and Ryann Taylor.
A big thank you goes to my parents, Bill and Judy, for their love and support. They
always remind me that I am capable of anything. Last but certainly not least, I would like to
thank my husband David for being so supportive throughout this entire project. Thank you for
taking the backseat for so long and being so patient with me, even when I was being slightly
crazy from stress and lack of sleep. You are my favorite.
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Evans, Colleen R. Developing a Collection Digitization Workflow for the Elm Fork Natural Heritage Museum, thesis, August 2013; Denton, Texas. (https://digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc500042/m1/4/: accessed September 18, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, https://digital.library.unt.edu; .