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The Instrument Project on SafetyLit was initiated through a contract from the U.S. CDC National Center for Injury Prevention and Control awarded to the Society for the Advancement of Violence and Injury Research (SAVIR) and executed through the Colorado School of Public Health Pediatric Injury Prevention, Education and Research (PIPER) Program in collaboration with SafetyLit. Any copyright associated with each included instrument remains held by the author(s) or publisher.
Funding issues forced VioLit to cease operation in 2011. The Center for the Study and Prevention of Violence (a research program of the Institute of Behavioral Science) at the University of Colorado at Boulder helped to make the VioLit database contents available in SafetyLit.
Although SafetyLit staff members and volunteers continue to closely monitor journal publishers and other sources, we find that IP News from the West Virginia University Injury Control Research Center frequently identifies safety-relevant publications before we do. Beginning in May 2013 SafetyLit and IP News established an agreement to work together to improve both services. IP News is particularly useful for recently released reports and publications from government agencies and groups such as the Insurance Institute and similar NGOs -- items that are not available from SafetyLit.
Parallel to the SafetyLit philosophy that there should be no toll blocking free access to information that points to the location of publications on safety topics; the SafetyLit website uses only open-source software for all of its operations.
Open-source software provided by:
Apache Server Project (http://httpd.apache.org/)
Fugue Icons (http://p.yusukekamiyamane.com/index.html.en)
Fusebox Framework (http://www.fusebox.org/)
jQuery and AJAX (http://jquery.org/)
MySQL Database Server (http://www.mysql.com/)
PHP Group (http://www.php.net/)
phpList newsletter manager (http://www.phplist.com/)
Silk Icons (http://www.famfamfam.com/)
Sphinx Search (http://sphinxsearch.com/)
TemaTres Vocabulary Server (http://www.vocabularyserver.com/)
WorldCat (OCLC) (http://www.worldcat.org/)
Rev. 4 Feb 2014