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Bucknell University Library And Information Technology


The public scholarship specialist will work with other library and information technology staff to build a robust infrastructure for the publication and dissemination of materials generated by our digital scholarship program. The candidate should be familiar with the lifecycle of digital scholarship from the development of a research question, data or material collecting, exploratory analysis, prototyping, documenting, publishing, and archiving. The ideal candidate will have experience as an individual researcher or as part of a research team engaged in digital scholarship.




Bucknell University Library And Information Technology



Gene provides leadership for all areas of Library and Information Technology support on campus, including library circulation/ILL, technology support, research assistance, instructional technology support, library collections, classroom technology, audio/visual support, administrative systems, networking, event support, and the Myrin Library building.


Before coming to Ursinus, Gene was an independent consultant to the higher education information technology and library communities. He focused on areas of organizational effectiveness, organizational design, leadership development, work redesign, quality customer service, collaboration between IT and library organizations, and synergies between people, information and technology. Gene has also served in a variety of IT and joint Library/IT positions at his alma mater, Bucknell University. As a consultant, Gene worked for over one-hundred institutions on a national and international level.


The Executive Director, RS-DS will provide strategic and operational direction to two departments within L&IT: 1) Research Services & Information Literacy, which supports information resource evaluation and selection, assignment design, research skill and information literacy development through classroom and individual instruction, and direct assistance to students and faculty in their scholarship and 2) Digital Pedagogy & Scholarship, which partners with students and faculty to drive the integration of technology in teaching, learning, and research, and leads campus efforts in faculty research in digital scholarship.


The Executive Director, RS-DS will be an innovative leader with strong collaboration and interpersonal skills and an articulate vision for the role of technology and library services that supports teaching, learning, and scholarship in a premier liberal arts university setting. They will be an agent of change, sustaining classic library programs that remain relevant to 21st century while cultivating high-impact resources in emergent fields of theory and practice.


Prior to Clobridge Consulting, Abby was the Associate Director of Research & Knowledge Services at the Kennedy School of Government where she was involved in supporting their Open Access policy and developing a school-wide taxonomy. From 2003 to March 2009, she was the head of the digital library program at Bucknell Univerrsity where she oversaw the university's digital asset management program, digitization projects, the institutional repository, and metadata production. Before joining Bucknell, she worked at CNN as an investigative researcher and news librarian.


Abby is actively involved in the professional library and information technology communities. Her first book, Building a Digital Repository Program with Limited Resources, was published in October of 2010 by Chandos Publishing. In 2008, she created and hosted the first-ever Mid-Atlantic Digital Library Conference to bring together practitioners, researchers, programmers, librarians, archivists, instructional technologists, information curators, administrators, faculty, and others interested in digital repositories. Abby and her colleague, David Del Testa (Assistant Professor, Department of History, Bucknell University) won the 2009 ACRL Instruction Section Innovation Award for their development of the World War II Poster Project. This project was a collaborative effort among students, faculty, librarians, archivists, and instructional technologists. Under the project team's guidance, students worked hands on with artifacts, learned information literacy and technology skills, and ultimately created a small digital collection of images of the objects they worked with.


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