Lead efforts to build relationships among libraries, organizations, and companies participating in the EBSCO/OLE/Index Data Open Source LSP project, to recruit and mentor staff from partners to the effort, and to promote awareness of the project. Play a key role in the conversations between Index Data and the many community stakeholders – including practitioners, developers, and strategists – to foster dialog about the project itself and about the future direction of technology in the library domain.
Build, monitor, and enhance the development-to-operations infrastructure for hosted open source software using emerging tools and best practices. Enable clients serve their users through the use of Drupal, Islandora, CollectionSpace and other web content delivery systems. Advance the profession with service to open source communities, standards groups, and professional associations.
Analyzed, recommended, initiated, and coordinated plans for the introduction and use of new information technologies and services by LYRASIS member institutions. Served as a key contact with libraries, library consortia, information and library associations and standards group initiatives, information and library hardware and software, and database vendors. Provided leadership and support for LYRASIS committees, task forces and other planning groups.
Analyzed, recommended, and coordinated plans for the introduction and use of new information technologies and services by OhioLINK and its member institutions. Responsibilities included:
Planned OhioLINK's next generation statewide institutional repository and multimedia database management system. Responsibilities included:
Lead and participated in technology initiatives that enhance the University Libraries' services. Responsibilities included:
Administered, coordinated and provided leadership in policy and program development for the Information Technology Services area. Responsibilities included:
Provided library-focused computer services as well as web site development and academic/administrative computing support for the law school campus. Responsibilities included:
Responsible for information technology research and development which included analyzing, evaluating, recommending, beta-testing, developing, implementing, maintaining and supporting advanced-technology electronic information delivery systems and subsystems for CWRUnet as a part of the CWRU Electronic Learning Environment. Responsibilities included:
Responsible for directing all areas of the Library Systems Office, including computer room operations, hardware and software maintenance, networking and telecommunications and system administration. Responsibilities included: