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  • Curriculum Vitae

    JANE GREENBERG

    School of Information and Library Science, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 205 Manning Hall, CB#3600; Chapel Hill, NC 27599, Phone: 919-962-8066; Fax: 919-962-8071

    E-mail: janeg@email.unc.edu; Homepage: http://ils.unc.edu/~janeg Metadata Research Center http://ils.unc.edu/mrc/

    Contents

    EDUCATION ............................................................................................................................................................................. 1 PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE .................................................................................................................................................... 1 HONORS AND AWARDS ........................................................................................................................................................... 2 RESEARCH GRANTS AND GIFTS ................................................................................................................................................ 4 GRANT ADVISORY BOARD APPOINTMENTS ............................................................................................................................. 5 MONOGRAPHIC PUBLICATIONS AND EDITORSHIPS ................................................................................................................. 6 REFEREED ARTICLES, PAPERS, AND CHAPTERS ......................................................................................................................... 6 REFEREED SHORT PAPERS, POSTERS, AND PRESENTATIONS ...................................................................................................11 REPORTS AND NEWSLETTER PUBLICATIONS ...........................................................................................................................16 INVITED PRESENTATIONS .......................................................................................................................................................18 BOOK REVIEWS ......................................................................................................................................................................21 TEACHING RECORD .................................................................................................................................................................22 SERVICE ..................................................................................................................................................................................23

    EDUCATION Ph.D., 1998 University of Pittsburgh, Department of Library and Information Sciences, School of

    Information Sciences

    M.S., 1992 Columbia University, School of Library Service (Specialization: Bibliographic Control)

    B.A., 1987 University of Rochester (Double major: Political Science and Art History)

    PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Spring 2012 Catedrtica de Excelencia (Chair of Excellence) Dpto. Biblioteconoma y

    Documentacin, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid

    2009-Present Professor, School of Information and Library Science (SILS), University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and Director, SILS Metadata Research Center; Senior Scientists, National Evolutionary Synthesis Center (NESCent).

    2007-2009 Francis Carroll McColl Term Professor, School of Information and Library Science (SILS), University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and Director, SILS Metadata Research Center

    2004-2007 Associate Professor, School of Information and Library Science (SILS), University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and Director, SILS Metadata Research Center

    1999-2004 Assistant Professor, School of Information and Library Science, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

    1997-1998 Graduate Student Researcher, Pennsylvania Educational Network Digital Object Repository Project (PEN-DOR), University of Pittsburgh

    mailto:janeg@email.unc.eduhttp://ils.unc.edu/~janeghttp://ils.unc.edu/mrc/

  • J. Greenberg (Page 2)

    1995-1998 Teaching Fellow, School of Information Sciences, University of Pittsburgh

    1994-1995

    Coordinator of Special Collections Cataloging (Center-wide) and Senior Cataloger, Moving Image and Recorded Sound Division, Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, New York Public Library

    1994 Instructor, Graduate School of Library and Information Studies, Queens College, City University of New York

    1993-1994

    Collection Manager, Photographs and Prints Division, Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, New York Public Library

    1992-1993 Technical Services Librarian, Bank Street College of Education

    1992 Project Archivist and Cataloging Consultant, Special Collections, New York Botanical Garden

    1991-1992

    Graduate Assistant, Department of Education Rare Book Cataloging Grant, Avery Architectural and Fine Arts Library, Columbia University

    1990-1991

    Bibliographic Assistant, RLG Great Collections Microfilm Preservation Grant, Fales Library, New York University

    1988-1989 Bibliographic Assistant, Butler Library, Columbia University

    1987-1988

    Reserve Assistant, Avery Architectural and Fine Arts Library, Columbia University

    1986-1987 Cataloger, CitiBank Art Advisory Service, Private Banking and Investment Division, CitiCorp Center

    1984-1986 Library Assistant, Rush Rhees Fine Arts Library, University of Rochester

    HONORS AND AWARDS 2012 Margaret Mann Citation for Outstanding Professional Achievement in Cataloging or

    Classification, ALA/ALCTS Cataloging and Classification Section ($2,000).

    2012 Keynote presentation. Dataset Relationships in the Bibliographic Universe. VII Encuentro de Catalogacin y Metadatos 2012. Instituto de Investigaciones Bibliotecolgicas y de la Informacin, Universidad Nacional Autnoma de Mxico, 5 de Septiembre de 2012

    2012 (Jan.-mid-July)

    Ctedras de Excelencia (Chair of Excellence), Dpto. Biblioteconoma y Documentacin, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Spain.

    2011 University of North Carolina, Center for Global Initiatives, Student Learning Circle Award, Data-at-Risk: A Global Inventory for Endangered Scientific Research Data ($2,000).

  • J. Greenberg (Page 3)

    2010 Jesse H. Shera Award for Distinguished Published Research for Greenberg, J. (2009). Theoretical Considerations of Lifecycle Modeling: An Analysis of the Dryad Repository Demonstrating Automatic Metadata Propagation, Inheritance, and Value System Adoption. Cataloging & Classification Quarterly, 47 (3): 380-402.

    2010 Best paper award, Semantic Search Workshop (SemSearch2010) for Prez-Agera, J. R., Arroyo, J., Greenberg, J., Perez-Iglesias, J. and Fresno, V. (2010). Using BM25F for Semantic Search, 19th International World Wide Web Conference (WWW 2010), April 26, 2010, Raleigh, NC.

    2010 Inaugural lecture for the Information Organization Lecture Series, School of Information Studies, University of WisconsinMilwaukee; presentation: HIVE: An Approach and a Model, April 8, 2010.

    2008 Frederick G. Kilgour Award for Research in Library and Information Technology ($2000).

    2007-2009 Frances Carroll McColl Term Professorship, School of Information and Library Science, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

    2007 Keynote presentation: Web Semantics: Addressing the Metadata Generation Challenge, II Encuentro Nacional de Catalogacin y Metadataos Centero Universitario de Investigaciones Bibliotecolgicas (Conference on Cataloguing and Metadata) UNAM, the National Autonomous University of Mexico, Mexico City.

    2003 Distinguished Speakers Series, School of Library, Archival and Information Studies, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada, October 3, 2006. Invited speaker, presentation: Optimal Metadata Generation Methods.

    1997 Managing Electronic Records (MER) Scholarship, Cohasset Associates

    1996 Certificate of Appreciation for Service, Chair, Society of American Archivists Visual Materials Cataloging and Access Roundtable

    1992 Elected to Beta Phi Mu, The International Library and Information Studies Honor Society

    1992 Tauber-Begner Award for Excellence in Technical Services, School of Library Services, Columbia University

  • J. Greenberg (Page 4)

    RESEARCH GRANTS AND GIFTS National Science Foundation, Advancing Interoperability and Interdisciplinarity Across Datanets, 2013 ($60,000 DataONE, $75,000 DFC), PI DataONE supplement, J. Greenberg; PI DFC supplement: R. Moore, CoPI: J. Greenberg. National Science Foundation, Dryad: Scalable and Sustainable Infrastructure for the Publication of Data, 2012-2016 ($2,400,000, UNC: $600,983), PI: T. Vision, NESCent/Duke Univ.; UNC PI: J. Greenberg. Institute of Museum and Library Service, Learning Linked Data, 2011-2012 ($49,623, matching $21,568), PI: M. Crandall, Univ. of Washington; Project partners: J.Greenberg/Metadata Research Center. National Science Foundation, The National Evolutionary Synthesis Center, 2009-2014 ($24,000,000, UNC: $1,508,763), PI K. Smith, NESCent/Duke Univ..; Co-PI: J. Greenberg. National Institutes of Health, SPIROMICS: Genomics and Informatics Center, 2009-2012 ($8,162,025), PI: L. LaVange, UNC Biostatistics Department; Co-Investigator: J. Greenberg. Institute of Museum and Library Studies, Helping Integrative Vocabulary Engineering, 2009-2012 ($669,508), PI: J. Greenberg; Co-PI: R. Scherle NESCent/Duke.

    National Science Foundation, Digital Repository for Preservation and Sharing of Data Underlying Published Works in Evolutionary Biology, 2008-2012 ($2,186,000), PI: K. Smith, NESCent/Duke; Co-PIs: J. Greenberg; Todd Vision, NESCent/UNC; William Michener, University of New Mexico; Will

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