"Digital Assets" refers to information in digital form that has been identified as having value for the university. It's stuff that is worth keeping because of its use in research, teaching, and public service. I work with researchers to figure out what and how assets need to be managed, preserved, and made available to others. This is also known as curation.
The Digital Assets unit also converts information into digital form to increase its usefulness or accessibility, such as:
Master of Library & Information Science
Drexel University (2003)
Concentration in Management of Digital Information
Artium Baccalaureus, Comparative Literature
Princeton University (1998)
Magna cum laude
Certificate in East Asian Studies
Teacher Preparation Program
“From Communication to Collaboration: Developing the Spectrum of Activities for Effective Shared Services at the University of California.” In Eden, Bradford Lee, ed. Partnerships and New Roles in the 21st-Century Academic Library. Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield, 2015.
“University of California Libraries Provide Open Access and Preservation of ETDs,” co-presented with Martha Hruska and Perry Willett, USETDA 2013 Conference, July 2013, Claremont, CA.
"METS and Access to Complex Digital Objects: A new university and a young museum partner together to create a digital collection from the ground up—using METS," Museum Computer Network Annual Conference, November 2006, Pasadena, CA.
"Who Owns What? Negotiating Intellectual Property, Digital Assets, and Information Access," Pacific Rim Digital Library Alliance (PRDLA) Annual Meeting, October 2005, University of Hawaii, Manoa.
Liaison to School of Engineering
Digitization, digital collections, archiving, preservation
Digital scholarship and publishing
Web Archiving Service
East Asian Studies resources
Latin American resources