Stanford University Libraries
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Moving Image Digitization Specialist, Library Technology
Current Role at StanfordI work to reformat and preserve historically important moving image recordings held by the Stanford University Libraries. Our facility is located in Redwood City, California, in the building where the AMPEX corporation did much of its early work on audiotape and videotape recording systems. Aside from the work of reformatting magnetic media, our workgroup at SMPL contributes to the more broad efforts of the AV preservation community through collaboration on special projects and consultation with other archives, universities and research institutions.
Services Manager, Library Technology
Current Role at StanfordProduct & Services Manager, Digital Library Systems & Services
- Spotlight at Stanford
- Electronic Theses & Dissertations
- Map Projects
Catherine Nicole Coleman
Research Director, Humanities+Design, Center for Interdisciplinary Digital Research
Digital Research Architect, Library Technology
BioNicole is Digital Research Architect for the Stanford University Libraries and Research Director for Humanities+Design, a research lab at the Center for Spatial and Textual Analysis. Nicole works at the intersection of the digital library and digital scholarship as a lead architect in the design and development of practical research services. She is currently leading an initiative within the Library to identify and enact applications of artificial intelligence —machine perception, machine learning, machine reasoning, and language recognition— to make the collections of maps, photographs, manuscripts, data sets and other assets more easily discoverable, accessible, and analyzable.
At Humanities + Design she has led the design and development of numerous tools for data visualization and analysis including Palladio, Breve, and, most recently, Data Pen. The lab encourages and supports collaboration between researchers from the humanities and design to encode interpretive method in tools for data analysis. Lessons learned in that work have proven essential to designing human-centered applications of machine intelligence in support of research.
Associate University Librarian, Library Technology
Current Role at StanfordAssociate University Librarian &
Director, Digital Library Systems & Services
Chief Technology Strategist
Stanford University Libraries
Assistant Director, Digital Services, Library Technology
Current Role at StanfordI lead the team responsible for specifying, managing, and delivering digital library services, including digitization, project management, born-digital archiving, and repository-based preservation and publishing services. We do this work for the benefit of scholars, and we are in it for the long haul.
As Service Manager for the Stanford Digital Repository, I work with a large cross section of the Stanford community — researchers, faculty, students, administrators, in addition to library curators, data curators, archivists, subject specialists, and fellow library service providers — and our partners in the broader research library and cultural heritage communities. My work is both social and technical. I really enjoy collaborating with others to find solutions to the challenges that people and organizations face in managing, publishing, preserving, and working with digital content.