Digital Scholarship/Digital Libraries
    Home > Papers > Ardys Kozbial
Ardys Kozbial

The Digital Library as a Catalyst for Collaboration: Voyages Across Disciplinary and Institutional Boundaries with SIOExplorer

Ardys Kozbial
University of California, San Diego

     Full text: PDF
     Last modified: November 14, 2007

Author Bio
Ardys Kozbial is the Technology Outreach Librarian in the University of California, San Diego Libraries where much of her current work is focused on digital preservation, especially in collaboration with the San Diego Supercomputer Center (SDSC). Additionally, she works on technology-based grant projects for UCSD, from grant writing to project management, depending on the needs of a particular project. Before coming to UCSD, Ardys spent 12 years working in architecture collections at Harvard University, UC Berkeley, the University of Texas at Austin, and Payette Associates (a Boston-based architecture firm) as a librarian and archivist. She received a BA from the University of Michigan and an MS in Library and Information Science from Simmons College.

Support Tool
  For this 
invited conference paper
Capture Cite
View Metadata
Printer Friendly
Author Bio
Define Terms
Related Studies
Media Reports
Google Search
Email Author
Email Others
Add to Portfolio

    Learn more
    about this

Public Knowledge

Open Access Research
home | overview | program | submission
papers | registration | organization | schedule | links