By Lynne Cameron, CDL Technical Lead of Bibliographic Services

CDL’s Bibliographic Services Team welcomed Adam Brin on June 2, 2008.  Adam is known in the Digital Library community for his work on SFX (the vendor software supporting UC-eLinks) and for his previous employment at Luna.

Adam joined the CDL from the Tri-Colleges in Pennsylvania where he was the Director of Library Technology and worked on a number of projects including next generation catalog, digital imaging, document repositories, and electronic resource management among others.  By training, Adam is an archaeologist and is interested in the intersection of technology, cultural heritage, and scholarship.  He came to us after a week long cross-country road trip with his dog and is quickly acclimating to the Bay Area.  Adam is an avid photographer and baker, and is looking forward to exploring some of the hiking trails in the area.

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Since joining the CDL in June of 2007, Stephanie Collett has worked on a variety of projects, including MetaLib, PID Server, LibX, and the Google Book Search integration into Melvyl. Stephanie received her Masters in 2007 at the School of Information, UC Berkeley where she studied web-based services and social aspects of computer-mediated communication.  She has brought her enthusiasm and interest for developing user-centered information services to the CDL and continues to explore the field in the context of delivering digital library services.

Stephanie has recently become a full-time member of Bibliographic Services team and is looking forward to collaborating on the development of next-generation bibliographic services.