ACRL/NY NYC and Westchester Sections, Fall 2005 Program, Building Digital Partnerships at Columbia University, Sept. 9, 2005

co-sponsors: ACRL/NY NYC and Westchester Sections
David Millman
Building Digital Partnerships at Columbia University
September 9, 2005, 9:30 – 12:00
Mercy College Manhattan, 66 West 35th St. (5th – 6th Aves.) Rm. 704A

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For more information, contact:
NYC SECTION MEMBERS:
Vincent Munch ( President) 212-343-1234 x2009
or
Monica Berger ( President-Elect/VP) 718-260-5488

WESTCHESTER SECTION MEMBERS: Kris Wycisk (President-Elect/VP) 914-674-7293This talk will describe how Columbia’s Information Services Research and Development Group works with the Columbia Libraries and other partners to build new services supporting teaching and learning, research, electronic publishing, and external collaborations. We will discuss technology architectures, access management systems, content management and workflow, and policy issues.  
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David Millman worked as a programmer in the 1970’s and 80’s. He taught programming and graphics in industry and higher-ed. After Columbia joined the Internet in 1985 he designed the University’s first “campus-wide information system”–a way to use the network for more than just email. In the early 90’s he worked with Columbia University Press to develop an online version of the Concise Columbia Electronic Encyclopedia and with the Columbia Libraries to develop their initial offering of network-based E-Resources. As Columbia began to develop a web presence in the mid-90’s he coordinated technology development for their participation in the Museum Educational Site-Licensing project, an image collection offered by seven museums to seven higher-ed institutions. In the late 90’s he managed Columbia’s University-wide web service. He was an original member of the Digital Library Federation’s Architecture Committee. He has participated in numerous Internet-based collections and standards-development activities. As technology director of the Electronic Publishing Initiative at Columbia (EPIC)–a collaboration among the Columbia Libraries, Academic Information Systems, and Columbia University Press–he managed the technology development behind several electronic publications: Columbia International Affairs Online (CIAO), Columbia Earthscape, and Gutenberg-E. These electronic-only publications are licensed on a subscription basis to academic libraries and others internationally. Over the last several years his group has been responsible for the access management strategy of the National Science Digital Library (NSDL), a part of the central integration infrastructure for about 200 separate NSF-funded projects. More recently his group has been developing the digital library publishing and access infrastructure for the Digital Anthropology Resources for Teaching (DART) project, a partnership among Columbia’s department of Anthropology, EPIC, and the London School of Economics. from Educause Peer Directory Profile Promo Code For nike air max

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