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Heritage Community Foundation Presents
Alberta Online Encyclopedia

Alberta In The Early Days Logo
Alberta: How the West was Young

Phase 2,
Re-versioning of the Website (2009)

The Heritage Community Foundation is grateful to the Francophone Secretariat, Alberta Culture and Community Spirit and Canadian Heritage for funding support for translation and re-versioning of this site to make it available in Canada's two official languages, French and English.

Project Team for Re-versioning (2009)

  • Adriana A. Davies, Ph. D., Editor-in-Chief
  • Juliette Champagne, Ph. D., Translator
  • Yves Le Guevel, B.A., M.A., Translator
  • Clifford Barnett, I.S.P., Senior Programmer and Web Developer
  • Jasen Neal, Graphic Designer
  • Wai-Lin Maw, Systems Administrator

Project Development Team

  • Adriana Davies, Ph.D., Executive Director, Heritage Community Foundation - Project Manager
  • Michael Payne, Ph.D., Provincial Historian, Alberta Community Development - Content development
  • Kim Palmer, Youth and Web Research, Heritage Community Foundation - Research and Project Co-Manager
  • Dulcie Meatheringham, Website Administrator, Heritage Community Foundation - Designer and Project Co-Manager
  • Mohammad El Hajj - Database design contractor
  • Kofi Garbrah - Design Assistant
  • Raheem Premji - Technical Assistant
  • Bryan Rogers - Research Assistant
  • Elizabeth Krug, Industry Canada - Project Officer
  • Rob Rump, Industry Canada - Technical Advisor

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