As a part of Digital Library Systems and Services, I manage the digital library discovery, access, and delivery portfolio for Stanford Libraries, and oversee a team of software engineers and user experience designers. Our team's portfolio includes Stanford Libraries' main website (library.stanford.edu), our information discovery platform (SearchWorks), our online exhibition platform (Spotlight), and the Stanford Digital Repository (SDR)'s various access and delivery systems for images and media using the International Image Interoperability Framework.
In addition, I provide strategic and technical leadership for collaborative digital library projects undertaken by Stanford Libraries, including Virtual Tribunals (with the WSD Handa Center for Human Rights and International Justice) and the Digital Library of the Middle East (with the Council on Library and Information Resources), and help organize LDCX, an annual unconference for technologists in the cultural heritage sector.
- MS, Information (Archives and Records Management), University of Michigan
- BA, Philosophy, College of Wooster
- Member, ALA/RBMS, ARLIS/NA, SAA Joint Task Force for the Art and Rare Materials BIBFRAME Ontology Extension, 2019-
- Co-Chair, IIIF Archives Community Group, 2018-
- Metadata Co-Chair, Radio Preservation Task Force, National Recording Preservation Board of the Library of Congress, 2017-
- Co-Chair, RightsStatements.org Technical Working Group, 2014-
Matienzo, Mark A., Elizabeth Russey Roke, and Scott Carlson. "Creating a Linked Data-Friendly Metadata Application Profile for Archival Description." In Proceedings of the International Conference on Dublin Core and Metadata Applications 2017. http://dcevents.dublincore.org/IntConf/dc-2017/paper/view/506
Matienzo, Mark A. “The Digital Public Library of America’s Application Programming Interface and Metadata Ingestion Process.” Case study in Sharing Archival Metadata, Aaron Rubenstein. In Putting Descriptive Standards to Work, eds. Kris Kiesling and Christopher J. Prom. Trends in Archives Practice. Chicago: Society of American Archivists, 2017.
Karadkar, Unmil P., Audrey Altman, Mark Breedlove, and Mark Matienzo. "Introduction to the Digital Public Library of America API" (tutorial). In JCDL '16: Proceedings of the 16th ACM/IEEE-CS on Joint Conference on Digital Libraries. doi:10.1145/2910896.2925428
International Rights Statements Working Group-Technical Working Group: Valentine Charles, Esmé Cowles, Karen Estlund, Antoine Isaac, Tom Johnson, Mark A. Matienzo, Patrick Peiffer, Richard J. Urban, Maarten Zeinstra. Rightsstatements.org White Paper: Requirements for the Technical Infrastructure for Standardized International Rights Statements. Published online at: rightsstatements.org, October 2015 (revised January 2017). arXiv:1607.07765
Gore, Emily, Mark A. Matienzo, Aaron Devor, Lara Wilson, Meredith R. Evans, and Joy R. Novak. "360° - Analysis and Discussion in the Round: Radical Archives." Archive Journal 5, Fall 2015. Available from http://www.archivejournal.net/roundtable/radical-archives-360/
Matienzo, Mark A. and Amy Rudersdorf. "The Digital Public Library of America Ingestion Ecosystem: Lessons Learned After One Year of Large-Scale Collaborative Metadata Aggregation." In Proceedings of the International Conference on Dublin Core and Metadata Applications 2014. http://dcpapers.dublincore.org/pubs/article/view/3700
AIMS Work Group. AIMS Born-Digital Collections: An Inter-Institutional Model for Stewardship. January 2012. https://dcs.library.virginia.edu/aims/
Combs, Michele, Mark A. Matienzo, Merrilee Proffitt, and Lisa Spiro. Over, Under, Around, and Through: Getting Around Barriers to EAD Implementation. Report produced by OCLC Research in support of the RLG Partnership, February 2010. Republished in Making Archival and Special Collections More Accessible (Dublin, OH: OCLC), 2015, 39-62.
More about me
From September 2016-March 2019, I worked as the Collaboration & Interoperability Architect at Stanford Libraries. In this role, I served as an expert in the software, standards, architectures and models for technologies for libraries, archives and museums. serving both as a technologist (focusing on architecture, data modeling, and API design), and as an advocate and facilitator (focusing on training, collaborative practices, and shared software development projects).
Before Stanford, I worked as an archivist, technologist, and strategist at institutions including the Digital Public Library of America, Yale University Library, The New York Public Library, and the American Institute of Physics. I have worked on a wide variety of technical projects within archives and digital libraries, including Hydra in a Box, ArchivesSpace, AIMS and Hypatia, and metadata aggregation and linked data initiatives. More information on my professional activities can be found at http://matienzo.org/.