An information analyst with unique combination of knowledge and skills in working with
a variety of data formats and types throughout the lifecycle of the digital resource
ranging from creation, retrieval and re-use through to intermediary and archival storage.
Over 15 years of experience working as a liaison between data creators and
data managers defining, designing, developing and documenting user needs, metadata
input / management tools, and archiving requirements.
Nancy has been involved with library endeavors in many industries including
private elementary, city and rural public libraries, law firm and law school libraries,
and academic research libraries. In addition, Nancy has experience managing non-profit,
educational organizations which have given her a broad background in the information
needs of decision and policy makers at many levels, as well as faculty and student
information needs for teaching and learning. She has experience both in providing
front-line service in these arenas as well as management at a number of levels.
She has also been involved with lawmaking and with standards development.
- Geospatial information
metadata, preservation, GIS information tools, systems, & content
- Metdata & Standards
practices & standards for description / preservation of print,
audio, image, motion picture, geospatial and other formats
(METS, PREMIS, TextMD, MODS, MARC, FGDC)