Amy Rudersdorf is the assistant director for content at the Digital Public Library of America.
Previously, she directed the Digital Information Management Program at the State Library of North Carolina, where she developed and managed digital preservation and digitization activities. She has worked with digital collections in special collections at a North Carolina State University, coordinated a digital production group at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and worked with public libraries throughout Wisconsin to aid in the development and coordination of LSTA-funded digitization grants.
|Interest in LODLAM||
The DPLA is a highly collaborative endeavor and we hope to identify opportunities to expand our partnerships and engage LOD-LAM attendees in participating in the ongoing development of this initiative through apps and services development, and to help our communities "free their metadata."
We're extremely interested in working with the GLAM communities at all institutional levels to work towards adoption/enhancement of our data to make it open and shareable amongst and beyond these organizational alliances.
|Linked Open Data Projects||
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