As the AUL for Technical and Access Services, I am ultimately responsible for the University's collections, from their purchase to cataloging, their access to preservation. As the Stanford University Library pushes into the realm of linked data both for discovery and internal data structure, I champion the transformation within the university and with outside partners.
- Ph.D., Medieval Music Theory, Stanford University, 1987.
- M.L.I.S., Information Science, University of California, Berkeley, 1988.
- B.A., Calvin College, 1980.
American Library Association/ALCTS; Library Resources and Technical services Editorial Board; Program for Cooperative Cataloging Chair Elect (2011-2012), Chair (2012-2013); OCLC Research Library Program Metadata Managers; AMPAS Metadata Project Committee; Next Generation Cataloging & Metadata Services Pilot Program; Creating Library Linked Data: What Catalogers and Coders Can Build (speaker : ALA Annual 2012), Linked Data & Next Generation Catalogs (speaker : ALA Annual 2012); Linked Data as Revolution (Northern California Technical Processing Group 75th Annual Program, Berkeley 2012); Linked Data for Libraries: Why Should We Care? Where Should We Start? (Coalition for Networked Information, Baltimore, 2012).
The Academy Unbound: Linked Data as Revolution, LRTS v. 56, no. 4, 2012.