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The Signal: Digital Preservation

Clients

Library Juice Academy. Development and teaching of an online workshop: Introducing BIBFRAME: Moving Bibliographic Data into the Future.

New York Art Resources Consortium. Metadata consultant for Making the Black Hole Gray: Implementing the Web Archiving of Specialist Art Resources. (November 2014-December 2015; June 2017-present). Development of a metadata profile and data dictionary for description of web archived resources. Current tasks include revision in consultation with NYARC staff.

Drexel University. Development of an online tutorial for continuing education of information professionals on XML Metadata Standards. (January-June 2017)

Library of Congress, Network Development & MARC Standards Office. Analysis and development of metadata standards for cultural heritage institutions including BIBFRAME (Bibliographic Framework Initiative), PREMIS (preservation metadata), Controlled vocabularies at http://id.loc.gov, and Linked Data ontologies. (2014-2017)

National Book Foundation. Collection and analysis of metadata about books available in translation and published in the U.S. Develop a methodology to obtain, extract relevant information and analyze the result. This serves as a plan for a larger study to analyze the percentage of books in translation publshed in the U.S., which languages, countries, and genres are represented. (July 2016-June 2017)

Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. Creation of a preliminary thesaurus of controlled vocabulary terms for indexing materials in the Motion Picture Oral History Digital Archive. (June-July 2015)

Metropolitan New York Library Council

BIBFRAME and the Evolution of Bibliographic Data in a Post-MARC World (July 16, 2014)

RDA: Fundamentals to Implementation (Mar. 26-17, 2014; July 24-26, 2013)

Using MODS to Discover Cultural Heritage Resources (April 26, 2013)

Preservation Metadata: The Cornerstone of Long-Term Digital Preservation Practices
(April 11-12, 2013; April 17-18, 2012; December 7, 2011)

Metadata Standards in a Linked Data Environment (Jan. 31, 2013)

A Reimagined MARC? MODS for Descriptive Metadata (March 20, 2012)

METRO & ACRL/NY Present: Change in the Digital Age: Metadata Trends for Libraries
November 16, 2011| 5:30-7:30. Video

Lyrasis

Online classes offered periodically (2012-present):

Introduction to Preservation Metadata

Advanced Preservation Metadata: How to Make it Happen

Metadata for Digitization and Preservation

Introduction to Linked Data

Introduction to METS

Using MODS to Describe Cultural Heritage Resources

University of Florida

Preparing PREMIS controlled vocabularies for use as Linked Data in id.loc.gov

OTHER ACTIVITIES

Adjunct Professor, New York University, Tisch School of the Arts, Department of Cinema Studies, Moving Image Archiving and Preservation Program. CINE-GT 1803: Metadata for Moving Image Collections (Fall 2012- present)

Visiting Assistant Professor, Pratt Institute School of Information and Library Science. LIS-663: Metadata: Description and Access (Spring and Fall 2015)

LODLAM-NYC: A Day of Linked Data Discussion & Activities for the NY Metropolitan Area
New York Public Library, February 23, 2012 Recapping LOD-LAM-NYC 2012