Transportation Research and Connectivity(librarian toolkit / knowledge networking / information condition / analysis of resources / digitization efforts / ADA support)

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General Information
Study Number: TPF-5(442)
Lead Organization: Oklahoma Transportation
Solicitation Number: 1503
Partners: Northwestern University Transportation Library, Maggie Sacco Curcio, MLS, AZDOT, CA, ID, IL, MO, NC, NJ, NM, NV, NY, OK, OR, SD, TX, UT, WI, WY
Status: Cleared by FHWA
Est. Completion Date: Feb 28, 2020
Contract/Other Number:
Last Updated: Oct 19, 2022
Contract End Date:
Financial Summary
Contract Amount:
Total Commitments Received: $1,015,000.00
100% SP&R Approval: Approved
Contact Information
Lead Study Contact(s): Ron Curb
rcurb@odot.org
Phone: 405-420-9163
Study Champion(s): Michael Molina
mmolina@ou.edu
Organization Year Commitments Technical Contact Name Funding Contact Name Contact Number Email Address
Arizona Department of Transportation 2020 $25,000.00 Kamien Sheppard Angela Estrada (602) 712-8316 aringorestrada@azdot.gov
Arizona Department of Transportation 2021 $25,000.00 Kamien Sheppard Angela Estrada (602) 712-8316 aringorestrada@azdot.gov
Arizona Department of Transportation 2022 $25,000.00 Kamien Sheppard Angela Estrada (602) 712-8316 aringorestrada@azdot.gov
California Department of Transportation 2021 $30,000.00 Karen Kasuba Sang Le (916)701-3998 sang.le@dot.ca.gov
Idaho Department of Transportation 2020 $75,000.00 Ned Parrish Ned Parrish 208-334-8296 ned.parrish@itd.idaho.gov
Illinois Department of Transportation 2020 $25,000.00 Karen Waters Megan Swanson 217-782-3547 Megan.Swanson@illinois.gov
Illinois Department of Transportation 2021 $25,000.00 Karen Waters Megan Swanson 217-782-3547 Megan.Swanson@illinois.gov
Illinois Department of Transportation 2022 $25,000.00 Karen Waters Megan Swanson 217-782-3547 Megan.Swanson@illinois.gov
Maggie Sacco Curcio, MLS $0.00
Missouri Department of Transportation 2020 $25,000.00 Lauren Bielecki Jennifer Harper 573-526-3636 Jennifer.Harper@modot.mo.gov
Missouri Department of Transportation 2021 $25,000.00 Lauren Bielecki Jennifer Harper 573-526-3636 Jennifer.Harper@modot.mo.gov
Missouri Department of Transportation 2022 $25,000.00 Lauren Bielecki Jennifer Harper 573-526-3636 Jennifer.Harper@modot.mo.gov
Nevada Department of Transportation 2020 $25,000.00 C. Mitch Ison Ken Chambers (775) 888-7220 kchambers@dot.state.nv.us
Nevada Department of Transportation 2021 $25,000.00 C. Mitch Ison Ken Chambers (775) 888-7220 kchambers@dot.state.nv.us
Nevada Department of Transportation 2022 $25,000.00 C. Mitch Ison Ken Chambers (775) 888-7220 kchambers@dot.state.nv.us
New Jersey Department of Transportation 2020 $25,000.00 Giri Venkiteela Giri Venkiteela 6099632239 Giri.Venkiteela@dot.NJ.gov
New Jersey Department of Transportation 2021 $25,000.00 Giri Venkiteela Giri Venkiteela 6099632239 Giri.Venkiteela@dot.NJ.gov
New Jersey Department of Transportation 2022 $25,000.00 Giri Venkiteela Giri Venkiteela 6099632239 Giri.Venkiteela@dot.NJ.gov
New Mexico Department of Transportation 2021 $75,000.00 Angelo Armijo Angelo Armijo (505)372-8757 Angelo.Armijo@dot.nm.gov
New York State Department of Transportation 2020 $25,000.00 Sue Rahn Wes Yang 518-457-4660 wes.yang@dot.ny.gov
New York State Department of Transportation 2021 $25,000.00 Sue Rahn Wes Yang 518-457-4660 wes.yang@dot.ny.gov
New York State Department of Transportation 2022 $25,000.00 Sue Rahn Wes Yang 518-457-4660 wes.yang@dot.ny.gov
North Carolina Department of Transportation 2020 $25,000.00 Lamara Williams-Jones Neil Mastin 919 707 6661 jmastin@ncdot.gov
North Carolina Department of Transportation 2021 $25,000.00 Lamara Williams-Jones Neil Mastin 919 707 6661 jmastin@ncdot.gov
North Carolina Department of Transportation 2022 $25,000.00 Lamara Williams-Jones Neil Mastin 919 707 6661 jmastin@ncdot.gov
Northwestern University Transportation Library $0.00
Oklahoma Transportation 2020 $25,000.00 Ron Curb Ron Curb (405)420-9163 rcurb@odot.org
Oklahoma Transportation 2021 $25,000.00 Ron Curb Ron Curb (405)420-9163 rcurb@odot.org
Oklahoma Transportation 2022 $25,000.00 Ron Curb Ron Curb (405)420-9163 rcurb@odot.org
Oregon Department of Transportation 2020 $10,000.00 Laura Wilt Michael Bufalino 503-986-2845 Michael.Bufalino@odot.oregon.gov
South Dakota Department of Transportation 2022 $15,000.00 Thad Bauer Thad Bauer 6057734404 thad.bauer@state.sd.us
Texas Department of Transportation 2020 $25,000.00 Renee Suaste Ned Mattila 512-416-4727 ned.mattila@txdot.gov
Texas Department of Transportation 2021 $25,000.00 Renee Suaste Ned Mattila 512-416-4727 ned.mattila@txdot.gov
Texas Department of Transportation 2022 $25,000.00 Renee Suaste Ned Mattila 512-416-4727 ned.mattila@txdot.gov
Utah Department of Transportation 2020 $10,000.00 Joni DeMille David Stevens 801-589-8340 davidstevens@utah.gov
Utah Department of Transportation 2021 $10,000.00 Joni DeMille David Stevens 801-589-8340 davidstevens@utah.gov
Utah Department of Transportation 2022 $10,000.00 Joni DeMille David Stevens 801-589-8340 davidstevens@utah.gov
Wisconsin Department of Transportation 2020 $15,000.00 John Cherney Evelyn Bromberg 608-267-7360 evelyn.bromberg@dot.wi.gov
Wisconsin Department of Transportation 2021 $15,000.00 John Cherney Evelyn Bromberg 608-267-7360 evelyn.bromberg@dot.wi.gov
Wisconsin Department of Transportation 2022 $15,000.00 John Cherney Evelyn Bromberg 608-267-7360 evelyn.bromberg@dot.wi.gov
Wisconsin Department of Transportation 2023 $15,000.00 John Cherney Evelyn Bromberg 608-267-7360 evelyn.bromberg@dot.wi.gov
Wyoming Department of Transportation 2020 $15,000.00 Enid White Enid White 307-777-4182 enid.white1@wyo.gov
Wyoming Department of Transportation 2021 $15,000.00 Enid White Enid White 307-777-4182 enid.white1@wyo.gov
Wyoming Department of Transportation 2022 $15,000.00 Enid White Enid White 307-777-4182 enid.white1@wyo.gov

Study Description

Traditionally, a small group of libraries were responsible for providing information services within the transportation community. They played an important part in connecting organization staff with the resources they need to perform their jobs more efficiently; resources that included library catalogs, training materials, information services, expert connections within the organizations, AASHTO ePub gatekeeping, and other activities, thereby increasing job satisfaction and assisting in workforce retention. Yet, the transportation research community faces increasing challenges. Many state DOTs are experiencing a knowledge retention crisis as more employees either leave the workforce and are not replaced or are lured into the private sector. Knowledge management strategies, often researched and employed by librarians, are increasingly becoming vital for the smooth functioning of organizations. Additionally, several state DOTs have shut down their libraries in the past several years, and many organizations rely on non-librarian knowledge resource managers to fill this role, if this role is filled at all. This has led to a lack of standardization among knowledge resource professionals. Transportation librarians have been critical in the dissemination of research for the transportation community and play an important role in providing links between professionals and their research. Librarians have also been responsible for the creation of library guides, or libguides, on a variety of topics that aid in effective transportation research. Similarly, they have been instrumental in providing professional digitization and accessibility of materials for research use. With the number of transportation librarians shrinking nationwide and the number of complex issues facing transportation researchers only increasing, several solutions will be developed in the proposed study to remedy the aforementioned problems. To increase professionalism and standardization among non-library information managers, a toolkit will be developed that will offer guidance on best practices and be scalable to the research organization’s size and abilities. Separately, a white paper on the changing nature of transportation libraries in the 21st century will be produced. This document will provide a roadmap for transportation organizations to follow with respect to current conditions of transportation information infrastructure. It will identify recurring problems, recommend solutions, and help organizations adapt to the rapid change that is occurring across the research landscape. The pooled fund team will also work with the National Transportation Knowledge Network (NTKN) to gauge effectiveness of current libguides and identify gaps in coverage. Additionally, the pooled fund team will work with the NTL to further the goal of cooperative digitization, assisting members in carrying out best practices when digitizing materials, and assisting with ADA compliance issues as needed. Lastly, the pooled fund members will hold an annual meeting in conjunction with the AASHTO-RAC conference to discuss implementation of the study’s goals and facilitate communication between member organizations.

Objectives

To support coordinated development of transportation libraries as well as research organizations without dedicated libraries, the following objectives will be undertaken. These objectives will be accomplished through member activities and partnerships with professional groups such as the Transportation Research Board (TRB) Library and Information Science for Transportation Committee (LIST), the Special Libraries Association (SLA) Transportation Division, and the National Transportation Knowledge Network (NTKN). Completed projects will be stored permanently at the NTKN and the National Transportation Library (NTL) for public use and will be completed within the three-year span of the pooled fund study. The specific objectives are listed below: 1. Develop a toolkit of recommendations and best practices for transportation research organizations that do not have a transportation librarian. 2. Partner with the NTKN to analyze effectiveness of libguides, identify gaps in coverage, and survey the needs of DOTs. 3. Develop a white paper analyzing the current condition of transportation information infrastructure, including review of pertinent knowledge management resources. 4. Develop a cooperative digitization project among members, in partnership with the NTL, to convert copies of older materials to digital formats, as well as providing ADA compliance support for digital documents. 5. Enhance communication between group members (hold annual pooled fund meeting in conjunction with the AASHTO RAC conference).

Scope of Work

The work plan will be developed based on recommendations by members of the pooled fund study, and will include but may not be limited to the following for each objective: Toolkit for Non-librarians Survey organizations without a library Find out their needs and analyze survey data Compare with library standards Develop flexible document for multiple sizes of organizations Partner with NTKN on Libguides Identify important topics for transportation researchers (Survey organizational needs) Identify experts in related fields to contribute to libguide Identify existing libguides that need updated Solicit for volunteers to work on libguides Contract with individuals willing to participate Contact original creators of libguides, or contract with other individuals to update White Paper Conduct literature review Conduct survey/questionnaire Analyze results Develop white paper Cooperative Digitization Project with NTL Research best practices for digitization Conduct survey of other library digitization practices Develop document of best practices for digitization Hire contractor to assist in digitization needs Assist organizations with ADA compliance for documents Hold Pooled Fund Annual Meeting Hold meeting at the AASHTO-RAC Conference

Comments

Suggested member model: Volunteer Members (at $0 per year) Can contribute to projects of pooled fund study Supporting Members ($10,000 per year) All benefits of Volunteer Members Participation in quarterly pooled fund teleconferences Travel and accommodations for the annual PFS meeting held at the AASHTO-RAC conference Authority to propose and cast a vote on the annual work plan Associate Members ($15,000 per year) All benefits of a Supporting Member Eligible for ADA compliance support for reports OR digitization support Full Members ($25,000 per year) All benefits of an Associate Member. Eligible for both ADA compliance AND digitization support. Travel and accommodations for one additional member to attend the AASHTO-RAC conference. Advanced access to all documents and research conducted by the pooled fund as the study is being carried out.

Documents Attached
Title File/Link Type Privacy Download
2022 TPF5-(442) Quarter 3 Progress Report 2022 TPF5-(442) Quarter 3 Progress Report.pdf Quarterly Progress Report Public
2022 TPF5-(442) Quarter 2 Progress Report 2022 TPF5-(442) Quarter 2 Progress Report.pdf Quarterly Progress Report Public
2022 TPF5-(442) Quarter 1 Progress Report 2022 TPF5-(442) Quarter 1 Progress Report .pdf Quarterly Progress Report Public
2021 TPF5-(442) Quarter 4 Progress Report 2021 TPF5-(442) Quarter 4 Progress Report.pdf Quarterly Progress Report Public
2021 TPF5-(442) Quarter 3 Progress Report 2021 TPF5-(442) Quarter 3 Progre Report.pdf Quarterly Progress Report Public
2021 TPF5-(442) Quarter 2 Progress Report TPF-5(442) Quarterly Report - April-June 2021.pdf Quarterly Progress Report Public
2021 TPF5-(442) Quarter 1 Progress Report 2021 TPF5-(442) Quarter 1 Progress Report.pdf Quarterly Progress Report Public
2020 TPF5-(442) Quarter 4 Progress Report TPF-5(442) Quarterly Report - October-December.pdf Quarterly Progress Report Public
2020 TPF5-(442) Quarter 3 Progress Report TPF-5(442) Quarterly Report - June-September.pdf Quarterly Progress Report Public
2020 TPF5-(442) Quarter 2 Progress Report TPF-5(442) Quarterly Report - April-June.pdf Quarterly Progress Report Public
TPF-5(442) Oklahoma Lead Acceptance Letter ODOT TPF 5 442 Lead Acceptance Letter.pdf Memorandum Public
Documents Attached
Title File/Link Type Privacy Download
Waiver Approval letter Approval of SP&R Waiver Pooled Fund Solicitation #1503.pdf Memorandum Public

Transportation Research and Connectivity(librarian toolkit / knowledge networking / information condition / analysis of resources / digitization efforts / ADA support)

General Information
Study Number: TPF-5(442)
Lead Organization: Oklahoma Transportation
Solicitation Number: 1503
Partners: Northwestern University Transportation Library, Maggie Sacco Curcio, MLS, AZDOT, CA, ID, IL, MO, NC, NJ, NM, NV, NY, OK, OR, SD, TX, UT, WI, WY
Status: Cleared by FHWA
Est. Completion Date: Feb 28, 2020
Contract/Other Number:
Last Updated: Oct 19, 2022
Contract End Date:
Financial Summary
Contract Amount:
Total Commitments Received: $1,015,000.00
100% SP&R Approval:
Contact Information
Lead Study Contact(s): Ron Curb
rcurb@odot.org
Phone: 405-420-9163
Commitments by Organizations
Organization Year Commitments Technical Contact Name Funding Contact Name Contact Number Email Address
Arizona Department of Transportation 2020 $25,000.00 Kamien Sheppard Angela Estrada (602) 712-8316 aringorestrada@azdot.gov
Arizona Department of Transportation 2021 $25,000.00 Kamien Sheppard Angela Estrada (602) 712-8316 aringorestrada@azdot.gov
Arizona Department of Transportation 2022 $25,000.00 Kamien Sheppard Angela Estrada (602) 712-8316 aringorestrada@azdot.gov
California Department of Transportation 2021 $30,000.00 Karen Kasuba Sang Le (916)701-3998 sang.le@dot.ca.gov
Idaho Department of Transportation 2020 $75,000.00 Ned Parrish Ned Parrish 208-334-8296 ned.parrish@itd.idaho.gov
Illinois Department of Transportation 2020 $25,000.00 Karen Waters Megan Swanson 217-782-3547 Megan.Swanson@illinois.gov
Illinois Department of Transportation 2021 $25,000.00 Karen Waters Megan Swanson 217-782-3547 Megan.Swanson@illinois.gov
Illinois Department of Transportation 2022 $25,000.00 Karen Waters Megan Swanson 217-782-3547 Megan.Swanson@illinois.gov
Missouri Department of Transportation 2020 $25,000.00 Lauren Bielecki Jennifer Harper 573-526-3636 Jennifer.Harper@modot.mo.gov
Missouri Department of Transportation 2021 $25,000.00 Lauren Bielecki Jennifer Harper 573-526-3636 Jennifer.Harper@modot.mo.gov
Missouri Department of Transportation 2022 $25,000.00 Lauren Bielecki Jennifer Harper 573-526-3636 Jennifer.Harper@modot.mo.gov
Nevada Department of Transportation 2020 $25,000.00 C. Mitch Ison Ken Chambers (775) 888-7220 kchambers@dot.state.nv.us
Nevada Department of Transportation 2021 $25,000.00 C. Mitch Ison Ken Chambers (775) 888-7220 kchambers@dot.state.nv.us
Nevada Department of Transportation 2022 $25,000.00 C. Mitch Ison Ken Chambers (775) 888-7220 kchambers@dot.state.nv.us
New Jersey Department of Transportation 2020 $25,000.00 Giri Venkiteela Giri Venkiteela 6099632239 Giri.Venkiteela@dot.NJ.gov
New Jersey Department of Transportation 2021 $25,000.00 Giri Venkiteela Giri Venkiteela 6099632239 Giri.Venkiteela@dot.NJ.gov
New Jersey Department of Transportation 2022 $25,000.00 Giri Venkiteela Giri Venkiteela 6099632239 Giri.Venkiteela@dot.NJ.gov
New Mexico Department of Transportation 2021 $75,000.00 Angelo Armijo Angelo Armijo (505)372-8757 Angelo.Armijo@dot.nm.gov
New York State Department of Transportation 2020 $25,000.00 Sue Rahn Wes Yang 518-457-4660 wes.yang@dot.ny.gov
New York State Department of Transportation 2021 $25,000.00 Sue Rahn Wes Yang 518-457-4660 wes.yang@dot.ny.gov
New York State Department of Transportation 2022 $25,000.00 Sue Rahn Wes Yang 518-457-4660 wes.yang@dot.ny.gov
North Carolina Department of Transportation 2020 $25,000.00 Lamara Williams-Jones Neil Mastin 919 707 6661 jmastin@ncdot.gov
North Carolina Department of Transportation 2021 $25,000.00 Lamara Williams-Jones Neil Mastin 919 707 6661 jmastin@ncdot.gov
North Carolina Department of Transportation 2022 $25,000.00 Lamara Williams-Jones Neil Mastin 919 707 6661 jmastin@ncdot.gov
Oklahoma Transportation 2020 $25,000.00 Ron Curb Ron Curb (405)420-9163 rcurb@odot.org
Oklahoma Transportation 2021 $25,000.00 Ron Curb Ron Curb (405)420-9163 rcurb@odot.org
Oklahoma Transportation 2022 $25,000.00 Ron Curb Ron Curb (405)420-9163 rcurb@odot.org
Oregon Department of Transportation 2020 $10,000.00 Laura Wilt Michael Bufalino 503-986-2845 Michael.Bufalino@odot.oregon.gov
South Dakota Department of Transportation 2022 $15,000.00 Thad Bauer Thad Bauer 6057734404 thad.bauer@state.sd.us
Texas Department of Transportation 2020 $25,000.00 Renee Suaste Ned Mattila 512-416-4727 ned.mattila@txdot.gov
Texas Department of Transportation 2021 $25,000.00 Renee Suaste Ned Mattila 512-416-4727 ned.mattila@txdot.gov
Texas Department of Transportation 2022 $25,000.00 Renee Suaste Ned Mattila 512-416-4727 ned.mattila@txdot.gov
Utah Department of Transportation 2020 $10,000.00 Joni DeMille David Stevens 801-589-8340 davidstevens@utah.gov
Utah Department of Transportation 2021 $10,000.00 Joni DeMille David Stevens 801-589-8340 davidstevens@utah.gov
Utah Department of Transportation 2022 $10,000.00 Joni DeMille David Stevens 801-589-8340 davidstevens@utah.gov
Wisconsin Department of Transportation 2020 $15,000.00 John Cherney Evelyn Bromberg 608-267-7360 evelyn.bromberg@dot.wi.gov
Wisconsin Department of Transportation 2021 $15,000.00 John Cherney Evelyn Bromberg 608-267-7360 evelyn.bromberg@dot.wi.gov
Wisconsin Department of Transportation 2022 $15,000.00 John Cherney Evelyn Bromberg 608-267-7360 evelyn.bromberg@dot.wi.gov
Wisconsin Department of Transportation 2023 $15,000.00 John Cherney Evelyn Bromberg 608-267-7360 evelyn.bromberg@dot.wi.gov
Wyoming Department of Transportation 2020 $15,000.00 Enid White Enid White 307-777-4182 enid.white1@wyo.gov
Wyoming Department of Transportation 2021 $15,000.00 Enid White Enid White 307-777-4182 enid.white1@wyo.gov
Wyoming Department of Transportation 2022 $15,000.00 Enid White Enid White 307-777-4182 enid.white1@wyo.gov

Study Description

Study Description

Traditionally, a small group of libraries were responsible for providing information services within the transportation community. They played an important part in connecting organization staff with the resources they need to perform their jobs more efficiently; resources that included library catalogs, training materials, information services, expert connections within the organizations, AASHTO ePub gatekeeping, and other activities, thereby increasing job satisfaction and assisting in workforce retention. Yet, the transportation research community faces increasing challenges. Many state DOTs are experiencing a knowledge retention crisis as more employees either leave the workforce and are not replaced or are lured into the private sector. Knowledge management strategies, often researched and employed by librarians, are increasingly becoming vital for the smooth functioning of organizations. Additionally, several state DOTs have shut down their libraries in the past several years, and many organizations rely on non-librarian knowledge resource managers to fill this role, if this role is filled at all. This has led to a lack of standardization among knowledge resource professionals. Transportation librarians have been critical in the dissemination of research for the transportation community and play an important role in providing links between professionals and their research. Librarians have also been responsible for the creation of library guides, or libguides, on a variety of topics that aid in effective transportation research. Similarly, they have been instrumental in providing professional digitization and accessibility of materials for research use. With the number of transportation librarians shrinking nationwide and the number of complex issues facing transportation researchers only increasing, several solutions will be developed in the proposed study to remedy the aforementioned problems. To increase professionalism and standardization among non-library information managers, a toolkit will be developed that will offer guidance on best practices and be scalable to the research organization’s size and abilities. Separately, a white paper on the changing nature of transportation libraries in the 21st century will be produced. This document will provide a roadmap for transportation organizations to follow with respect to current conditions of transportation information infrastructure. It will identify recurring problems, recommend solutions, and help organizations adapt to the rapid change that is occurring across the research landscape. The pooled fund team will also work with the National Transportation Knowledge Network (NTKN) to gauge effectiveness of current libguides and identify gaps in coverage. Additionally, the pooled fund team will work with the NTL to further the goal of cooperative digitization, assisting members in carrying out best practices when digitizing materials, and assisting with ADA compliance issues as needed. Lastly, the pooled fund members will hold an annual meeting in conjunction with the AASHTO-RAC conference to discuss implementation of the study’s goals and facilitate communication between member organizations.

Objectives

To support coordinated development of transportation libraries as well as research organizations without dedicated libraries, the following objectives will be undertaken. These objectives will be accomplished through member activities and partnerships with professional groups such as the Transportation Research Board (TRB) Library and Information Science for Transportation Committee (LIST), the Special Libraries Association (SLA) Transportation Division, and the National Transportation Knowledge Network (NTKN). Completed projects will be stored permanently at the NTKN and the National Transportation Library (NTL) for public use and will be completed within the three-year span of the pooled fund study. The specific objectives are listed below: 1. Develop a toolkit of recommendations and best practices for transportation research organizations that do not have a transportation librarian. 2. Partner with the NTKN to analyze effectiveness of libguides, identify gaps in coverage, and survey the needs of DOTs. 3. Develop a white paper analyzing the current condition of transportation information infrastructure, including review of pertinent knowledge management resources. 4. Develop a cooperative digitization project among members, in partnership with the NTL, to convert copies of older materials to digital formats, as well as providing ADA compliance support for digital documents. 5. Enhance communication between group members (hold annual pooled fund meeting in conjunction with the AASHTO RAC conference).

Scope of Work

The work plan will be developed based on recommendations by members of the pooled fund study, and will include but may not be limited to the following for each objective: Toolkit for Non-librarians Survey organizations without a library Find out their needs and analyze survey data Compare with library standards Develop flexible document for multiple sizes of organizations Partner with NTKN on Libguides Identify important topics for transportation researchers (Survey organizational needs) Identify experts in related fields to contribute to libguide Identify existing libguides that need updated Solicit for volunteers to work on libguides Contract with individuals willing to participate Contact original creators of libguides, or contract with other individuals to update White Paper Conduct literature review Conduct survey/questionnaire Analyze results Develop white paper Cooperative Digitization Project with NTL Research best practices for digitization Conduct survey of other library digitization practices Develop document of best practices for digitization Hire contractor to assist in digitization needs Assist organizations with ADA compliance for documents Hold Pooled Fund Annual Meeting Hold meeting at the AASHTO-RAC Conference

Comments

Suggested member model: Volunteer Members (at $0 per year) Can contribute to projects of pooled fund study Supporting Members ($10,000 per year) All benefits of Volunteer Members Participation in quarterly pooled fund teleconferences Travel and accommodations for the annual PFS meeting held at the AASHTO-RAC conference Authority to propose and cast a vote on the annual work plan Associate Members ($15,000 per year) All benefits of a Supporting Member Eligible for ADA compliance support for reports OR digitization support Full Members ($25,000 per year) All benefits of an Associate Member. Eligible for both ADA compliance AND digitization support. Travel and accommodations for one additional member to attend the AASHTO-RAC conference. Advanced access to all documents and research conducted by the pooled fund as the study is being carried out.

Title File/Link Type Private
TPF-5(442) Oklahoma Lead Acceptance Letter ODOT TPF 5 442 Lead Acceptance Letter.pdf Memorandum Public
2020 TPF5-(442) Quarter 2 Progress Report TPF-5(442) Quarterly Report - April-June.pdf Quarterly Progress Report Public
2020 TPF5-(442) Quarter 3 Progress Report TPF-5(442) Quarterly Report - June-September.pdf Quarterly Progress Report Public
2020 TPF5-(442) Quarter 4 Progress Report TPF-5(442) Quarterly Report - October-December.pdf Quarterly Progress Report Public
2021 TPF5-(442) Quarter 1 Progress Report 2021 TPF5-(442) Quarter 1 Progress Report.pdf Quarterly Progress Report Public
2021 TPF5-(442) Quarter 2 Progress Report TPF-5(442) Quarterly Report - April-June 2021.pdf Quarterly Progress Report Public
2021 TPF5-(442) Quarter 3 Progress Report 2021 TPF5-(442) Quarter 3 Progre Report.pdf Quarterly Progress Report Public
2021 TPF5-(442) Quarter 4 Progress Report 2021 TPF5-(442) Quarter 4 Progress Report.pdf Quarterly Progress Report Public
2022 TPF5-(442) Quarter 1 Progress Report 2022 TPF5-(442) Quarter 1 Progress Report .pdf Quarterly Progress Report Public
2022 TPF5-(442) Quarter 2 Progress Report 2022 TPF5-(442) Quarter 2 Progress Report.pdf Quarterly Progress Report Public
2022 TPF5-(442) Quarter 3 Progress Report 2022 TPF5-(442) Quarter 3 Progress Report.pdf Quarterly Progress Report Public
Title File/Link Type Private
Waiver Approval letter Approval of SP&R Waiver Pooled Fund Solicitation #1503.pdf Memorandum Public

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