Mark Anderson is a Digital Scholarship Librarian for Digital Research and Publishing at the University of Iowa Libraries. His responsibilities include building and managing collections for the Iowa Digital Library, and other campus projects including GIS and digital mapping. Mark received a B.A. in Music from Iowa State University in 2002, and an M.L.I.S. from the University of Iowa in 2004. Prior to his work at the University of Iowa, he managed an art digitization project at St. Ambrose University in Davenport, Iowa.
Scaling Back for an "Experimental" Collection, Digitization in the Real World (2010)
Digital Library Services (DLS) at the University of Iowa Libraries has progressively worked toward coordinating...
Digital Collections, the Next Generation: Transitioning to METS for a Science Fiction Digitization Project (with Jen Wolfe), Against the Grain (2007)
Digital Library Growing Pains: Mainstreaming Metadata and Reformatting Operations at The University of Iowa Libraries (with Jen Wolfe), Digital Library Federation Fall Forum (2010)
Social Movement to Public Policy: Digital History in the IDL (with Nicki Saylor, Jen Wolfe, Wendy C. Robertson, and Anne E. Shelley), Iowa Government Documents Round Table Annual Workshop (2008)
The Digital Library Services staff from the University of Iowa Libraries provided a content update...