The Metadata Projects Librarian leads the development of creative, sustainable, and interoperable metadata solutions in support of the preservation, discovery, and access of RCL’s rich and unique collections, which includes historical manuscripts, born-digital and digitized archival collections, digital projects, and digital exhibits. Under the direction of the Director, they are responsible for creating, enhancing, and adjusting metadata in a variety of online environments and within a variety of metadata workflows. The Metadata Projects Librarian collaborates with colleagues in the Metadata Services Department creating MARC-based cataloging and catalog maintenance activities, providing expertise in describing digital and electronic resources.
A talented problem solver, the Metadata Projects Librarian serves as an expert partner for faculty, students, staff, and library colleagues to identify and solve a variety of metadata-based problems. This position works closely with colleagues in Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation (RBSCP) and Digital Initiatives (DI) to ensure the robust and sustainable preservation, discovery, and access of our rich analog and digital assets and collections.
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Published: Friday, July 7, 2023 00:36 UTC
Last updated: Friday, July 7, 2023 00:36 UTC