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Evolution of the online South Carolina Literary Map

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presentation for the North Carolina Library Association conference

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Evolution of the online South Carolina Literary Map

  1. 1. EVOLUTION OF THE SOUTH CAROLINA LITERARY MAP Dr. Curtis R. Rogers, Communications Director, South Carolina State Library and Coordinator of the South Carolina Center for the Book
  2. 2. History and Future • Began in 2000 under the guidance of Robert V. Williams, Ph.D., Distinguishe d Professor Emeritus • Part of USC-SLIS class project and partnership with then Palmetto Book Alliance. • Palmetto Book Alliance  SC Center for the Book • Partners: SC State Library, USC-SLIS, Humanities CouncilSC • Author submission guidelines • New URL www.scliterarymap.org
  3. 3. Archiving old site • Teleport Pro • an all-purpose high-speed tool for getting data from the Internet • Internally we can view the index HTML document then navigate the site offline.
  4. 4. www.scliterarymap.org
  5. 5. Next steps • Site navigation (ALL) • Content (SLIS) • Memorandum of Understanding (SLIS) • Website maintenance (SLIS) • Author submission guidelines and fillable form (ALL) • SC Book Festival Coordinator, TJ Wallace (Humanities CouncilSC) • Illinois Authors Wiki Definitions and Eligibility Guidelines • NC online form • Meet regularly (ALL)
  6. 6. Thank you! Comments/Questions? Dr. Curtis R. Rogers 803-734-8928 crogers@statelibrary.sc.gov

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