Contributor Bios

Kristin Martin (Blog Coordinator, July 2008-June 2012) has worked as Electronic Resources Management Librarian and as Metadata Librarian at the University of Illinois at Chicago. Prior to joining UIC, she performed metadata work and cataloged electronic resources at both the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and at the State Library of North Carolina.

Jason Kovari (Blog Coordinator, February 2013-June 2014) has served as Head of Metadata Services and Web Archiving Coordinator and as Metadata Librarian, Humanities and Special Collections, at Cornell University. Prior to arriving at Cornell, Kovari worked as Special Collections Digital Initiatives Librarian for the University of Mississippi (Ole Miss).  He serves on multiple committees for the Rare Book and Manuscript Section of ACRL.

Anne LePage (Blog Coordinator, July 2014-July 2016) is Technical Services Librarian and Subject Librarian for Anthropology and Spanish Literature at Mount Allison University Libraries and Archives.

Deb Kulczak (Blog Coordinator, July 2016 to present) is currently Head of Technical Services at the University of Arkansas Libraries. Previously, she worked as the Database Maintenance Librarian, Music Cataloger, and non-MARC Metadata Coordinator at the same institution.

Ann Ellis (Contributor) is the Metadata Librarian at Stephen F. Austin State University Library. She received her M.L.S. from the University of Pittsburgh and B.A. from Shippensburg University. She has experience as a technical services librarian and a teacher.

Alice (Platt) Pearman (Contributor) is Digital Projects Librarian at Plymouth State University. Previously, she served as the Digital Initiatives Librarian in the Shapiro Library at Southern New Hampshire University. She received her Master of Library and Information Studies from Florida State University in 2009, where she was a graduate assistant in both the FSU Libraries’ Digital Library Center and the Technical Services department. She received her Bachelor of Arts in Journalism from the University of South Carolina in 1998.


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