The Core Partners include representatives for state and regional archival description aggregators. Members do not represent their institution but rather leverage their background and experience within the field to inform the group's work.
Core Partners are expected to:
Identify one or more individuals who can provide complete, objective, and correct information on the past and/or present program, for incorporation into a profile of the current US archival description aggregator landscape;
Review the profile and findings, in advance of the symposium;
Prepare for and attend the symposium;
Serve on one or more working groups after the symposium and participate actively in the work of those groups;
Participate actively in formulating and vetting the action plan that results from this work.
|Archival Resources in Wisconsin|
Primary: Alison Bridger, Archivist, Bibliographic Management (Wisconsin Historical Society), email@example.com
David Pavelich, Director of Special Collections & Archives (University of Wisconsin-Madison Libraries), firstname.lastname@example.org
Brian Sheppard, Digital Library Systems Analyst (University of Wisconsin-Madison Libraries), email@example.com
Lee Konrad, Associate Director for Information Technology (University of Wisconsin-Madison Libraries), firstname.lastname@example.org
Primary: Chela Scott Weber, Sr. Program Officer (OCLC Research Library Partnership), email@example.com
Merrilee Proffitt, Senior Manager (OCLC Research Library Partnership), firstname.lastname@example.org
Bruce Washburn, OCLC Research (Principal Engineer), email@example.com
|Archives West ||Primary: Elizabeth Joffrion, Director, Heritage Resource (Western Washington University Libraries), firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Arizona Archives Online (AAO)||Primary: Elizabeth Dunham, Associate Archivist (Arizona State University Library), Elizabeth.Dunham@asu.edu|
|Chicago Collections Consortium|
Primary: Kate Flynn, Portal Manager (Chicago Collections Consortium), email@example.com
Jeanne Long, Executive Director (Chicago Collections Consortium), firstname.lastname@example.org
|Empire Archival Discovery Cooperative (EADC)||Primary: Jen Palmentiero, Digital Services Librarian (Southeastern New York Library Resources Council), email@example.com|
|History of Medicine Finding Aids Consortium||Primary: John Rees, Archivist (National Library of Medicine), firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Online Archive of California (OAC)|
Primary: Adrian Turner, Senior Product Manager, Publishing & Special Collections (California Digital Library), email@example.com
Brian Tingle, Technical Lead, Publishing & Special Collections (California Digital Library), firstname.lastname@example.org
|Philadelphia Area Consortium of Special Collections Libraries (PACSCL)|
Primary: Celia Caust-Ellenbogen, Archivist and PACSCL Board Member (Swarthmore College Libraries), email@example.com
Holly Mengel, Manuscripts Cataloging Librarian (University of Pennsylvania Libraries), firstname.lastname@example.org
|Rhode Island Archives and Manuscripts Online (RIAMCO)|
Primary: Karen Eberhart, Manuscripts Processing Archivist (Brown University), email@example.com
Kathryn McNally, Digitization Archivist (The Preservation Society of Newport County), KMcNally@newportmansions.org
|Social Networks and Archival Context (SNAC)|
Primary: Daniel Pitti, Director, firstname.lastname@example.org
Sue Perdue, Deputy Director, email@example.com
|Texas Archival Resources Online (TARO)|
Primary: Carla Alvarez, Archivist (University of Texas at Austin Libraries), firstname.lastname@example.org
Sandra Yates, Archivist and Special Collections Librarian (Texas Medical Center Library, Archivist & Special Collections Librarian), email@example.com)
Rebecca Romanchuk (Texas State Library), firstname.lastname@example.org
Primary: Bradley Daigle, Strategic and Content Expert (University of Virginia), email@example.com
Jodi Koste, University Archivist (Virginia Commonwealth University Libraries), firstname.lastname@example.org
Advisory Partners include representatives for state and regional projects or programs that provide some form of support for finding aid and archival description aggregation, but who do not have capacity at this time to be Core Partners. This group also includes those entities no longer providing services, as well as those planning to do so in the future.
Advisory Partners who provide profile information are expected to:
Identify one or more individuals who can provide complete, objective, and correct information on the past and/or present program, for incorporation into a profile of the current US archival description aggregator landscape.
Review and optionally provide feedback on the action plan that results from this project.
Advisory Partners will be most actively engaged during November 2018 - January 2019.
|Archives Florida (defunct)||John Nemmers, Head of Collection Services (University of Florida Libraries), email@example.com|
|Connecticut Archives Online (CAO)||Brian Stevens, Archivist & Special Collections Librarian (Western Connecticut State University), firstname.lastname@example.org|
|University of Nebraska Consortium of Libraries (in development)||Mary Ellen Ducey, Associate Professor and Special Collections/Archives Librarian (University of Nebraska-Lincoln Library), email@example.com|
|North Carolina-EAD (NC-EAD, defunct)||Jackie Dean, Head of Archival Processing Section (University of North Carolina Libraries), firstname.lastname@example.org|
|OhioLINK Finding Aid Repository||Judith Cobb, Digital Curation Coordinator (OhioLINK), email@example.com|
|Rocky Mountain Online Archive (RMOA)||Sarah Kostelecky, Director of Digital Initiatives and Scholarly Communications (University of New Mexico), firstname.lastname@example.org|
Expert Advisors are individuals invited to the project symposium to advise, inspire, and contribute to the discussions in a variety of key areas. This group includes representatives from organizations that provide services that are part of the archival description ecosystem, as well as organizational development, community engagement, and sustainability.
Advisors are expected to:
Review the profile of the current US archival description aggregator landscape, in advance of the symposium;
Prepare for and attend the symposium in spring 2019.
Constructively comment on the action plan that results from this project.
Christine Di Bella, Program Manager (LYRASIS)
Laney McGlohon, Tech Lead (LYRASIS)
|ArcLight project||Mark Matienzo, Collaboration and Interoperability Architect (Stanford Libraries)|
|Coalition for Networked Information||Clifford Lynch, Executive Director|
|Digital Public Library of America||Michele Kimpton, Director of Business Development and Senior Strategist|
|Ithaka S+R||Roger C. Schonfeld, Director, Libraries, Scholarly Communication, and Museums Program|
|Library of Congress||Mary Lacy, Senior Archives Specialist, Manuscripts Division|
|LYRASIS||Leigh Grinstead, Digital Services Consultant|
|Mellon Foundation||Donald J. Waters, Senior Program Officer for Scholarly Communications|
|National Archives and Records Administration|
Jerry Simmons, NARA Liaison to SNAC, Office of Innovation
Jason Clingerman, Digital Engagement Branch Head, Office of Innovation
|Smithsonian Institution||Robert Horton, Assistant Director, Collections and Archives, National Museum of American History|
|SPARC||Raym Crow, Senior Consultant and CFO|
Jodi Allison-Bunnell (AB Consulting): Jodi’s responsibilities include: providing leadership and research analyst support services for surveying and establishing a profile of finding aid aggregators and related organizations; facilitating stakeholder discussions; and assisting in the creation of a final report and recommendations.
Adrian Turner (California Digital Library, Senior Product Manager): Adrian’s responsibilities include: coordinating project activities; supporting CDL's administration of the LSTA-funded project; and serving as a Core Partner, drawing from his experience with CDL's Online Archive of California (OAC) service.