Research and Assessment Services People
Nancy Y. McGovern, Director, email@example.com
Nancy heads the Research and Assessment Services Department, is the Digital Preservation Officer (DPO) for CUL, and Co-editor of RLG DigiNews. She initiates research proposals and projects; manages ongoing research projects; develops research products and services; and explores ways to integrate research techniques and processes to support library planning initiatives and operations. See also Nancy's resume.
Research and Assessment Services Department Staff
Richard Entlich, Digital Projects Librarian, firstname.lastname@example.org
Rich is a senior researcher who specializes in digital formats and media. His research products include published articles, white papers, and online tutorials. He is the contributing editor for FAQs in RLG DigiNews, and serves as instructor for the Digital Preservation Management Workshop.
Ellie Buckley, Digital Research Specialist, email@example.com
Ellie works in various roles of support for many of the department's activities, including research project management, the Digital Preservation Management Workshop, editing assistance and contributions to RLG DigiNews, and web design.
Linda Miller, Evaluation and Assessment Librarian, firstname.lastname@example.org
Linda devotes full time to research and assessment in support of the library system. Working with a network of CUL information providers and technology and content advisers, Research and Assessment Services has been given principal responsibility for system-wide statistics and data. Linda plays a major role in supporting and coordinating the development of this cross-unit work.
Anne R. Kenney, Associate University Librarian, email@example.com
Anne is the AUL for the Instruction, Research, and Information Services Department (IRIS) of CUL. She established the Digital Imaging and Preservation Policy Research (DIPPR) Unit in the then Preservation and Conservation Department of CUL (predecessors of Research and Assessment Services). She continues to influence the direction of the Research Department and collaborate with the team on digital preservation and other research initiatives.
Peter Hirtle, Technology Strategist, firstname.lastname@example.org
Peter is the Technology Strategist for the Library’s Instruction, Research, and Information Services Division (IRIS). He also serves as the Library's Intellectual Property Officer and the bibliographer for United States and General History. He delivers copyright related presentations as an instructor in the Digital Preservation Management Workshop and consults with other team members in support of various research projects.
The Research and Assessment Services department develops internal and external collaborative relationships to develop and implement research projects, products, and services. Staff members across CUL may volunteer for and be assigned to assist with specific initiatives for a designated amount of time, but the core research staff will remain small and supported largely by external funding.
Research & Assessment Services
Cornell University Library
Ithaca, NY 14850
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