Jamie Wittenberg manages the Libraries’ Scholarly Communication Department, which assists researchers in planning, curating, preserving, and sharing their research outputs. Her professional interests include the long-term preservation of born-digital and digitized scholarship, brokering meaningful access to research outputs, and facilitating the stewardship and reuse of research data.
Jamie is currently co-authoring a chapter, “Tools and Approaches to Personal Digital Archiving,” in a forthcoming (2017) ALA Press book entitled The Complete Guide to Personal Digital Archiving for Librarians, Archivists, and Information Professionals, edited by Brianna Marshall. Her recent presentations include a talk at the 2016 DLF Forum on a model for data management pedagogy and curricular design, “Exploiting Expertise: Domain-based Data Services Training for Librarians.”
Prior to joining the IU Libraries in 2017, Jamie served as Research Data Management Service Design Analyst at the University of California-Berkeley. She received a BA in Literary Studies from Bard College at Simon’s Rock, Master of British Studies from Humboldt University of Berlin in 2010, and MSLIS from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.