As information architect, I oversee the data models and the overall architecture that govern the assembly, accessioning, preservation and delivery of objects in the digital library. I also manage a team of developers that help realize a supporting integrated infrasctructure as part of the DLSS wide effort to create and enhance its digital library services.
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I began in the Libraries in 1980 with the Research Libraries Group, then helped develop Stanford's first online catalog, Socrates I. After a long career in central IT, administrative systems, and identity management, I returned to the Libraries as part of the effort to put new forms of materials online and to make them discoverable and accessible in exciting new ways.