Jay Datema has an MBA from Binghamton University (2007), a Masters in Library and Information Science from Dominican University (1999), and a BA in Literature from Wheaton College (1995). He has worked as a reference librarian at Mann Library, Cornell University; as product and project manager at Ovid Technologies; as a systems librarian and digital project developer at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Library and Archives; as technology editor... Read More →
University of Pittsburgh
Chelsea Gunn is a doctoral student in Library and Information Science at the University of Pittsburgh's School of Computing and Information. Rooted in the intersection of archival theory, media archaeology, and digital preservation, her work explores the impact of networked personal digital records on professional archival practice.
University of California, Santa Cruz
Eric Kaltman is a PhD candidate in Computer Science in the Expressive Intelligence Studio at UC Santa Cruz. He is currently the project manager for the IMLS-funded Game and Metadata Citation Project, a collaboration between Stanford University Library and UCSC to further understanding of games in institutional collections. His work explores interventions in the historical narratives surrounding games, and deals with the practical challenges of... Read More →
Jean-Yves Le Meur is currently the Project leader of CERN's Digital Memory project, after having launched and managed CERN Document Server and its underlying open source Institutional Repository software - Invenio - for many years.