a. Jacqueline Wilson – CDL Senior Associate for Shared Content

Jacqueline Wilson from the San Francisco campus will join the CDL for a year as a Senior Associate for Shared Content, beginning November 18, 2002.  As such she will be assisting with a range of Shared Content activities from project coordination to vendor and library communications.  We are grateful to the San Francisco library for loaning her to the CDL and look forward to her bringing a fresh campus perspective to CDL activities.  She will be located at CDL in Oakland full-time.

Jackie’s distinguished career as a librarian at UCSF encompasses numerous accomplishments and experience in nearly every aspect of an academic library.  She has served as both Head of Collection and Manager of Public and Information Service.  She is respected throughout the UC system as an active participant and leader in systemwide activities and the Librarians Association of UC (LAUC), for whom she served as President in 1993-94.  She is San Francisco’s representative to the Resource Sharing Committee, liaison to the Collection Management Initiative, has served on the Systemwide Operations and Planning Group (SOPAG), and has contributed to professional associations in roles too numerous to list.

Jackie is the holder of Certificates in Measuring Library Service from the Association of Research Libraries (ARL), in Project Management from the American Management Association (AMA), and has participated in a number of other AMA leadership programs.  She received her MLS and BA (Anthropology) degrees from UC Berkeley.

b. Adrian Turner – Manager of the OAC Clearinghouse

On Monday October 21, 2002, Adrian Turner will be joining the CDL staff for one year as Manager of the OAC Clearinghouse.  The OAC Clearinghouse Manager coordinates the OAC Sustainability Project [http://www.oac.cdlib.org/lsta/]. In addition to providing leadership on this effort, Adrian will likely contribute his advise and expertise to other OAC projects including the work to coordinate OAC contributors using vendors for EAD mark-up and digitization.

Working with public libraries in California, this project seeks to identify the resources needed to make available and preserve through the Online Archive of California (OAC) digital content created through LSTA funded projects and also determine what’s needed to scale the service to a larger group of LSTA digital content projects.  With funding from the LSTA, we are entering the 2nd year of this multi-year effort.

Previously Adrian has served as a Manuscripts Specialist at the UC Irvine Archives and Special Collections and most recently as Archivist at the Sacramento Archives and Museum Collections Center.  Adrian holds graduate degrees from UCSC in Anthropology and UCLA in Library and Information Science.