The instructor gratefully acknowledges the following sources of course development support for History 671:
- Carolina Digital Humanities Initiative Course Development Grant, UNC-Chapel Hill, 2015
- Center for the Study of the American South Faculty Course Enhancement Grant, UNC-Chapel Hill, 2012
- Ueltschi Course Development Grant, APPLES Service-Learning Program, UNC-Chapel Hill, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013
- Lenovo Instructional Innovation Grant, Center for Faculty Excellence, UNC-Chapel Hill, 2010
In securing, managing, and implementing these grants, I also especially appreciate the assistance of Daniel Anderson at the Carolina Digital Humanities Initiative; Sally Greene and Jocelyn Neal at the Center for the Study of the American South; Jenny Huq and Leslie Parkins at APPLES; Bob Henshaw at the Center for Faculty Excellence; Malinda Maynor Lowery, W. Fitzhugh Brundage, Nadine Kinsey, Adam Kent, and Joyce Loftin of the UNC History Department; 2015 graduate assistant Charlotte Fryar (American Studies); and 2010 graduate assistants Neale Stokes and Katy Vance (Information and Library Science), and Lee (Trey) Adcock (School of Education).
For support in securing the assistance of a Graduate Research Consultant (Ben Donahue) for the course for the fall of 2012, I am grateful to the UNC Office of Undergraduate Research (OUR) and OUR Associate Director Dr. Donna Bickford.
For assistance with all aspects of incorporating student work into the development of Driving Through Time, I am indebted to Carolina Digital Library and Archives colleagues Natasha Smith, Elise Warshavsky, Molly Sorice, Tim Shearer, Mike Graves, Jenn Riley, and many SILS field experience students from 2009-12.
For assistance in the fall of 2013 and 2014 with conceptualization and development of the web exhibit portion of the course, I thank Dr. Pamella Lach at the UNC Digital Innovation Lab and graduate assistant Elijah Gaddis (American Studies).
For assistance with managing the joint UNC-ECU version of this course in the spring of 2017, I thank ECU graduate assistant Dale Wetterhahn.
The header image on the website is a photograph taken by Anne M. Whisnant at Somerset Place State Historic Site, Creswell, North Carolina, March 17, 2017.