Performs digitization using specialized imaging equipment to produce FADGI compliant digital surrogates. Utilizes archival content standards and metadata schemas to generate original descriptive metadata for digital content, including foreign language materials, and performs data normalization for batch processing. . . . Utilizes automated processes and server-side scripting to manipulate and store high volumes of batch content throughout the digital asset management lifecycle.
- Collaborates with Document Management leadership on the creation of a robust digital archives program that will successfully capture, preserve, and make accessible MBTA records and materials of enduring value.
- Manages digital archives assistants and/or student workers and interns.
- Serves as the subject matter expert on digital archives, born-digital and digitized materials, and digital preservation trends in support of MBTA mission and vision.
- Helps to ensure the accessibility of the digital resources of the Authority by championing the topic of digital preservation.
The Digital Initiatives Librarian will provide expertise to the Libraries on evolving digital asset management and digital preservation best practices and will work collaboratively with library colleagues and others to help create and sustain digital collections, policies, and workflows. . . . The person in this position will oversee the digitization of materials in a variety of formats; the planning and execution of new digital collections and exhibits; and the maintenance and growth of existing digital projects.
The Digital Archivist will be responsible for implementing a robust and sustainable digital preservation and digital archiving program that covers born-digital and digitized holdings; will facilitate appraisal, acquisition, and transfer of born-digital materials to the Archives; will work closely with the University Archivist and relevant librarians to develop and implement university-wide policies, procedures, and workflows for processing and preserving digital collections; and will be responsible for the management and creation of born-digital and hybrid collections.
Working within the University Libraries’ Office of Scholarly Communications and Copyright, the Copyright Specialist assists Libraries patrons, including faculty, staff, and students, with copyright and scholarly communications matters and serves as a resource on these topics for Libraries departments and projects. This includes providing copyright and scholarly communications reference services through email and Zoom consultations; teaching workshops on these topics; and creating and maintaining FAQs and other relevant informational materials.
The Montana State University Library’s Data Technologist works as an active member of a service-oriented team that advances researcher visibility, integrates artificial intelligence in teaching and research, and leads data science initiatives. This 12-month faculty position works to integrate MSU Library’s research software applications and services into the classroom to foster new forms of scholarship, create new insights through data analysis, and provide users with enhanced access to information.
The Research and Scholarly Communication Librarian supports faculty and students to aid them at all stages of the research process. The Research Services Librarian provides education to all campus members on open access, research impact, and other scholarly communications initiatives. They also provide specialized research consultations and instruction services in these areas as well as information literacy. This role requires a thorough understanding of The Copyright Act of Canada and Fair use guidelines. This position plays a key role in the support and collaboration with all areas of graduate student research in our new and growing graduate Studies programs while also providing support and education for undergraduate research.
The Research Data Librarian sits within the Research Support team and is jointly responsible for planning, developing, and delivering research data management services for researchers, staff and students across LSE. This includes data management planning, support for secure data, support for open data, and the curation, sharing and preservation of research data.
The Software Development Librarian works as an active participant in a team that advances library services through applied research and application development and manages the entire life cycle of projects, from requirements gathering to deployment. They provide technical leadership and hands-on programming expertise for a portfolio of library projects, based on their skills and interests and on current opportunities. In close collaboration with a variety of partners across the Libraries, they identify emerging technologies that have potential for new and improved library services. Working both independently and in team settings, the incumbent develops new digital library services through an iterative, data-informed, and test-driven process that emphasizes creativity, usability, sustainability, and performance.
The Scholarly Research Services Program Lead Librarian leads the Auraria Library’s efforts to support the research mission of the Auraria Campus. This position provides leadership for areas related to the library’s research assistance role such as scholarly communication, data support and literacy, citation management, research consultations, and research recognition and promotion.
GIS Specialist The Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Specialist works with the Geospatial Information Librarian to enhance and expand the University Libraries’ geospatial information services program in support of faculty, students, and researchers using geospatial data, methods, and tools. The specialist helps researchers and project teams understand and apply GIS in their research and instruction through consultations and a variety of educational programming. The specialist is responsible for leveraging GIS and geospatial technology resources to enhance curriculum development and research innovation across a wide range of academic disciplines. In collaboration with library colleagues and university partners, the specialist plays an important role in supporting all facets of geospatial information services offered through the University Libraries, including hardware, software, data access, and user services.
Working with Python, the Django web framework, and other open source components, develops, maintains, and tests Digital Libraries applications and infrastructure. Provides programming support for the development of digital library initiatives, including The Portal to Texas History and the UNT Digital Library. Working collaboratively with other programmers and technologists, provides documentation and technical support, and assists with planning and implementing digital projects in the UNT Libraries.
Texas A&M University Libraries is hiring a new Data Planning and Presentation Librarian (Associate) with a passion for curating research data and data visualization to join their team. This Associate Librarian will be responsible for ensuring compliance with university, funding agency, and government requirements, and facilitating all parts of the research data lifecycle. In addition, this position will ensure that research data are cataloged, discoverable, and preserved in accordance with requirements.
Digital Curators contribute to the development and expansion of the Digital Archaeological Record (tDAR), an international repository of digital data and documents related to archaeological investigations. Curators follow established procedures relating to digital data entry, file storage, file maintenance, and security of the archaeological data stored in tDAR. Digital Curators need to have professional knowledge and experience in at least one of these areas: archaeology (field, lab and classes); digital preservation and digital data management; information technology, scripting, and programming.
The Data Preservation Archivist is a position in the Research Data Management Core (RDMC) unit that supports an essential component of the research data lifecycle that ensures the long-term preservation and access to research data assets produced by UNC researchers. Reporting to the Assistant Director for Research Data Stewardship, this position evaluates, develops, tests, and deploys data preservation-related technologies and services as part a unified, campus-wide ecosystem of research data management and sharing infrastructure and services to ensure compliance with funding agency policies and to promote the goals of those policies.
Reporting to the Director of Metadata and Preservation Services, the Metadata Librarian serves as the primary metadata specialist for the Libraries’ CONTENTdm digital collections, working collaboratively with the department head, the Digital Services Department, the Special Collections Division, and other departmental staff to complete individual projects. The librarian also collaborates with the Office of Scholarly Communications and User Services to create metadata for University of Arkansas Department of Music concert recordings in the ScholarWorks (Digital Commons) institutional repository.
On a day-to-day basis you will provide operational management of the Library’s OA publishing services — managing enquiries and requests for block grant funding from King’s authors, together with support for the repository part of King’s CRIS system — overseeing the creation and quality checking of records.
The Copyright/Fair Use Librarian will coordinate the development and implementation of copyright education programs and best practices for faculty, staff, and students. The selected candidate will provide expertise to users on author rights, copyright laws, fair use, and open access resources. This Librarian will also coordinate change management and informational sessions for faculty, researchers, and students on open access, open educational, and scholarly communication issues on digital platforms. Additional responsibilities may include collaborating with Research Librarians on promoting and supporting the Texas A&M Digital Repository and publishing platforms supported by the University Libraries.
The Metadata and Digital Marketing Specialist supports marketing and sales strategies at Michigan Publishing (MPub), which is comprised of three units: the University of Michigan Press, Michigan Publishing Services, and Deep Blue Repository and Research Data Services. Michigan Publishing is the Publishing Division of the University of Michigan Library. The Metadata and Digital Marketing Specialist plays a crucial role in enhancing the discoverability and marketability of MPub’s diverse publications — primarily books but also a small open-access journals list and innovative digital products.
- Provide reference, consultation, outreach, and instruction to support scholarly communications services
- Develop and maintain current knowledge of and trends in scholarly publishing, Open Access, repositories, research assessment, digital scholarship, and related areas
- As part of a collaborative team, support researcher use of UCalgary’s digital repositories, including PRISM and PRISM Data, as well as Open Journal Systems
- Leads the University Archives and Special Collections Repository Service
- Implements strategies, policies, and procedures for preserving, describing, and delivering born-digital special collections and university archives, based on professional good practice and collaboration with colleagues
- Co-leads the Georgia Tech Digital Repository with Digital Curation Librarian and works with vendors and local IT to design technology product workflows
- Serves as Product Owner for key digital curation systems (ArchivesSpace and Archivematica) supporting the University Archives and Special Collections Repository Service
- Establish robust data curation protocols that enhance the usability of data sets in various AI and machine learning contexts.
- Work with interdisciplinary teams to understand and anticipate the data needs of external researchers, ensuring that data is accessible, interoperable, and reusable across various domains.
In your role as the Web Archive Technical lead, you will lead:
- The development and improvement of the Library’s web archiving technical capability, in response to evolving web technologies.
- All aspects of the technical operations including the annual harvests of the whole UK web domain.
- Ensuring the required technical infrastructure (hardware, software and network) is in place to meet the evolving business requirements.
Leads the curation, accessibility, discoverability, and long-term preservation of the university’s research, creative output, scholarly publications, and data.
- Promotes the availability and capacity of the Institutional Repository (IR) and Data Repository to the university community, faculty, researchers, and students.
- Collects, organizes, and digitally archives research, scholarly works, and other university content within the IR and Data Repository.
- Participates in the ongoing identification and recruitment of content through outreach initiatives in collaboration with departmental liaisons.
- Coordinates the daily operations of the Digital Production Center, including digitization, color management, and quality control activities.
- Designs, documents, and oversees efficient digital production workflows supporting the creation of digital objects that conform to digital library standards.
- Contributes to the development of policies, guidelines, and best practices; maintains documentation on digitization best practices and digital preservation policies and implements same.