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Contact Brian with questions about digitization of analog resources including text and a/v and the accessibility of digitized resources.

 

Brian E. Davis

Digital Production Unit Supervisor

Phone: (541) 737-6355
Mailling Address: 121 The Valley Library , Oregon State University , Corvallis, OR 97331-4501
Primary Duties:

I supervise the digitization of scholarly and archival materials.

Brief CV

Education:

Master of Science in Graphic Information Technology

College of Technology and Innovation

Arizona State University

2007

 

Bachelor of Arts in Art History

College of Arts and Sciences

University of Tennessee

2002 

 

Pubs-presentations

Selected Publications:

Davis, Brian E. Guardian of the Flame Sri Lanka Manuscripts Collection, in Philip N. Cronenwett, Osborn, Kevin and Samuel A. Streit. 2007. Celebrating Research: Rare and Special Collections from the Membership of the Association of Research Libraries, Washington DC: Association of Research Libraries.

Arizona Stories: The Schwemberger Collection. Arizona Stories. Television program. Tempe, AZ: KAET-TV, July 31, 2007.

Taylor, Robert D., editor. 2005. The Schwemberger Photographs: An Acquisition from the Franciscan Southwest Mission, Phoenix: Arizona State University.

Abe-Harris, La Verne, Deborah Baney, Brian E. Davis, and Howard Nelson. 2005. The Personalization of Data for Web Site and Print Publishers. Electronic Document Systems Foundation, http://www.edsf.org/what_we_do/research/academic_research.html

 

Selected Presentations:

Lost and found: Archivists Unveil Footage of WWII Relocation Center, Co-presenter, Arizona Board of Regents (ABOR), Tempe AZ, June 2006.

A Celebration of the Human Spirit: Japanese-American Relocation Camps in Arizona, Co- presenter, Arizona Historical Foundation, Tempe AZ, May 2006. 

 

Committees

Professional Associations and Committees:

 

The Association of Moving Image Archivists

Society of American Archivists

Magnetic Tape Crisis Committee (MC2)