Helen Bailey and Mark Clemente, the inaugural fellows in MIT Libraries’ post-graduate fellowship program, will share their experiences and discuss the value of fellowships in the professional landscape.
Helen Bailey is a Digital Curation Analyst at the MIT Libraries. In her current position, Helen provides software support for the Libraries’ initiative to develop a robust life cycle workflow, with a programmatic focus on supporting digital curation activities at all phases of the digital content life cycle. Helen also chairs the Electronic Media Group of the American Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works, and in her spare time she dabbles in bookbinding and creative coding.
Mark Clemente is the Scholarly Communications and Licensing Librarian in the MIT Libraries, where he negotiates license agreements, supports the implementation of the MIT Faculty Open Access Policy, and assists with open access and copyright-related outreach.
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