Brief Bio for Eric Celeste

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This bio is for conferences and such that need a few words about me. Feel free to use what you need or ask for something else. If you'd like to know way too much about what I've been up to, feel free to check out this [[Attach:efc2010cv.pdf |PDF of my CV]].
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This bio is for conferences and such that need a few words about me. Feel free to use what you need or ask for something else. If you'd like to know way too much about what I've been up to, feel free to check out this [[Attach:efc2014cv.pdf |PDF of my CV]].
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Eric believes in the value of shared resources, whether books or people, source code or scientific papers, and that our society grows stronger when we draw on the ideas and talents of one another. Eric brings over 20 years of library and 30 years of technology experience to his consulting. At [[http://libstaff.mit.edu/ |MIT]] Eric shepherded the creation of [[http://www.dspace.org |DSpace]], open source digital repository management software developed with HP and now deployed at hundreds of institutions worldwide. At the [[http://www.lib.umn.edu/ |University of Minnesota Libraries]] he encouraged the development of the [[http://blog.lib.umn.edu |UThink]] blog service, a [[http://wiki.lib.umn.edu |wiki-based staff intranet]], [[http://libdata.sourceforge.net/ |LibData]], and the [[http://conservancy.umn.edu/ |University Digital Conservancy]]. He works with non-profit institutions including the [[http://www.mndigital.org |Minnesota Digital Library]], the [[http://www.diglib.org |Digital Library Federation]], and [[http://www.oclc.org/research |OCLC]] on appropriate uses of technology for informing, communicating, and collaborating with their constituencies.
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Eric believes in the value of shared resources, whether books or people, source code or scientific papers, and that our society grows stronger when we draw on the ideas and talents of one another. Eric brings over 20 years of library and 30 years of technology experience to his consulting. At MIT Eric shepherded the creation of DSpace, open source digital repository management software developed with HP and now deployed at hundreds of institutions worldwide. At the University of Minnesota Libraries he encouraged the development of the UThink blog service and the University Digital Conservancy. Recently he has served as the technical lead for SHARE, a project of the ARL, AAU, and APLU to facilitate access, preservation, and reuse of research output. He has also worked with the Minnesota Digital Library, the Digital Library Federation, and several other non-profit institutions.
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This bio is for conferences and such that need a few words about me. Feel free to use what you need or ask for something else. If you'd like to know way too much about what I've been up to, feel free to check out this [[Attach:efc2007cv.pdf |PDF of my CV]].
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This bio is for conferences and such that need a few words about me. Feel free to use what you need or ask for something else. If you'd like to know way too much about what I've been up to, feel free to check out this [[Attach:efc2010cv.pdf |PDF of my CV]].
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Eric believes in the value of shared resources, whether books or people, source code or scientific papers, and that our society grows stronger when we draw on the ideas and talents of one another. Eric brings over 15 years of library and 25 years of technology experience to his consulting. At [[http://libstaff.mit.edu/ |MIT]] Eric shepherded the creation of [[http://www.dspace.org |DSpace]], open source digital repository management software developed with HP and now deployed at hundreds of institutions worldwide. At the [[http://www.lib.umn.edu/ |University of Minnesota Libraries]] he encouraged the development of the [[http://blog.lib.umn.edu |UThink]] blog service, a [[http://wiki.lib.umn.edu |wiki-based staff intranet]], [[http://libdata.sourceforge.net/ |LibData]], and the [[http://conservancy.umn.edu/ |University Digital Conservancy]]. He works with non-profit institutions including the [[http://www.mndigital.org |Minnesota Digital Library]] on appropriate uses of technology for informing, communicating, and collaborating with their constituencies.
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Eric believes in the value of shared resources, whether books or people, source code or scientific papers, and that our society grows stronger when we draw on the ideas and talents of one another. Eric brings over 20 years of library and 30 years of technology experience to his consulting. At [[http://libstaff.mit.edu/ |MIT]] Eric shepherded the creation of [[http://www.dspace.org |DSpace]], open source digital repository management software developed with HP and now deployed at hundreds of institutions worldwide. At the [[http://www.lib.umn.edu/ |University of Minnesota Libraries]] he encouraged the development of the [[http://blog.lib.umn.edu |UThink]] blog service, a [[http://wiki.lib.umn.edu |wiki-based staff intranet]], [[http://libdata.sourceforge.net/ |LibData]], and the [[http://conservancy.umn.edu/ |University Digital Conservancy]]. He works with non-profit institutions including the [[http://www.mndigital.org |Minnesota Digital Library]], the [[http://www.diglib.org |Digital Library Federation]], and [[http://www.oclc.org/research |OCLC]] on appropriate uses of technology for informing, communicating, and collaborating with their constituencies.
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Eric believes in the value of shared resources, whether books or people, source code or scientific papers, that our society grows stronger when we draw on the ideas and talents of one another. Eric brings over 15 years of library and 25 years of technology experience to his consulting. At [[http://libstaff.mit.edu/ |MIT]] Eric shepherded the creation of [[http://www.dspace.org |DSpace]], open source digital repository management software developed with HP and now deployed at hundreds of institutions worldwide. At the [[http://www.lib.umn.edu/ |University of Minnesota Libraries]] he encouraged the development of the [[http://blog.lib.umn.edu |UThink]] blog service, a [[http://wiki.lib.umn.edu |wiki-based staff intranet]], [[http://libdata.sourceforge.net/ |LibData]], and the [[http://conservancy.umn.edu/ |University Digital Conservancy]]. He works with non-profit institutions including the [[http://www.mndigital.org |Minnesota Digital Library]] on appropriate uses of technology for informing, communicating, and collaborating with their constituencies.
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Eric believes in the value of shared resources, whether books or people, source code or scientific papers, and that our society grows stronger when we draw on the ideas and talents of one another. Eric brings over 15 years of library and 25 years of technology experience to his consulting. At [[http://libstaff.mit.edu/ |MIT]] Eric shepherded the creation of [[http://www.dspace.org |DSpace]], open source digital repository management software developed with HP and now deployed at hundreds of institutions worldwide. At the [[http://www.lib.umn.edu/ |University of Minnesota Libraries]] he encouraged the development of the [[http://blog.lib.umn.edu |UThink]] blog service, a [[http://wiki.lib.umn.edu |wiki-based staff intranet]], [[http://libdata.sourceforge.net/ |LibData]], and the [[http://conservancy.umn.edu/ |University Digital Conservancy]]. He works with non-profit institutions including the [[http://www.mndigital.org |Minnesota Digital Library]] on appropriate uses of technology for informing, communicating, and collaborating with their constituencies.
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Eric believes in the value of shared resources, whether books or people, source code or scientific papers, that our society grows stronger when we draw on the ideas and talents of one another. Eric brings over 15 years of library and 25 years of technology experience to his consulting. At [[http://libstaff.mit.edu/ |MIT]] Eric shepherded the creation of [[http://www.dspace.org |DSpace]], open source digital repository management software developed with HP and now deployed at hundreds of institutions worldwide. At the [[http://www.lib.umn.edu/ |University of Minnesota Libraries]] he encouraged the development of the [[http://blog.lib.umn.edu |UThink]] blog service, a [[http://wiki.lib.umn.edu |wiki-based staff intranet]], LibData, and the [[http://conservancy.umn.edu/ |University Digital Conservancy]]. He works with non-profit institutions including the [[http://www.mndigital.org |Minnesota Digital Library]] on appropriate uses of technology for informing, communicating, and collaborating with their constituencies.
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Eric believes in the value of shared resources, whether books or people, source code or scientific papers, that our society grows stronger when we draw on the ideas and talents of one another. Eric brings over 15 years of library and 25 years of technology experience to his consulting. At [[http://libstaff.mit.edu/ |MIT]] Eric shepherded the creation of [[http://www.dspace.org |DSpace]], open source digital repository management software developed with HP and now deployed at hundreds of institutions worldwide. At the [[http://www.lib.umn.edu/ |University of Minnesota Libraries]] he encouraged the development of the [[http://blog.lib.umn.edu |UThink]] blog service, a [[http://wiki.lib.umn.edu |wiki-based staff intranet]], [[http://libdata.sourceforge.net/ |LibData]], and the [[http://conservancy.umn.edu/ |University Digital Conservancy]]. He works with non-profit institutions including the [[http://www.mndigital.org |Minnesota Digital Library]] on appropriate uses of technology for informing, communicating, and collaborating with their constituencies.
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Eric believes in the value of shared resources, whether books or people, source code or scientific papers, that our society grows stronger when we draw on the ideas and talents of one another. Eric brings over 15 years of library and 25 years of technology experience to his consulting. At [[http://libstaff.mit.edu/ |MIT]] Eric shepherded the creation of [[http://www.dspace.org |DSpace]], open source digital repository management software developed with HP and now deployed at hundreds of institutions worldwide. At the University of Minnesota Libraries he encouraged the development of the [[http://blog.lib.umn.edu |UThink]] blog service, a [[http://wiki.lib.umn.edu |wiki-based staff intranet]], LibData, and the [[http://conservancy.umn.edu/ |University Digital Conservancy]]. He works with non-profit institutions including the [[http://www.mndigital.org |Minnesota Digital Library]] on appropriate uses of technology for informing, communicating, and collaborating with their constituencies.
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Eric believes in the value of shared resources, whether books or people, source code or scientific papers, that our society grows stronger when we draw on the ideas and talents of one another. Eric brings over 15 years of library and 25 years of technology experience to his consulting. At [[http://libstaff.mit.edu/ |MIT]] Eric shepherded the creation of [[http://www.dspace.org |DSpace]], open source digital repository management software developed with HP and now deployed at hundreds of institutions worldwide. At the [[http://www.lib.umn.edu/ |University of Minnesota Libraries]] he encouraged the development of the [[http://blog.lib.umn.edu |UThink]] blog service, a [[http://wiki.lib.umn.edu |wiki-based staff intranet]], LibData, and the [[http://conservancy.umn.edu/ |University Digital Conservancy]]. He works with non-profit institutions including the [[http://www.mndigital.org |Minnesota Digital Library]] on appropriate uses of technology for informing, communicating, and collaborating with their constituencies.
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I recently left the University of Minnesota (Twin Cities) Libraries looking to match my talent for developing new ideas and spotting technology trends with partners who want to encourage innovation within their organizations. Iíve loved developing the ideas behind [[http://www.dspace.org |DSpace]] at [[http://libstaff.mit.edu/ |MIT]], encouraging [[http://blog.lib.umn.edu |UThink]] at [[http://wiki.lib.umn.edu |Minnesota]], and challenging the [[http://www.mndigital.org |Minnesota Digital Library]] to think about interactive services. I thrive on exploring emerging technologies and the ways they can be appropriately deployed to meet the needs of our communities.

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This bio is for conferences and such that need a few words about me. Feel free to use what you need or ask for something else.

I believe
in the value of shared resources, whether books or people, source code or scientific papers. Our society grows stronger when we draw on the ideas and talents of one another. I recently left the University of Minnesota (Twin Cities) Libraries looking to match my talent for developing new ideas and spotting technology trends with partners who want to encourage innovation within their organizations. Iíve loved developing the ideas behind [[http://www.dspace.org |DSpace]] at [[http://libstaff.mit.edu/ |MIT]], encouraging [[http://blog.lib.umn.edu |UThink]] at [[http://wiki.lib.umn.edu |Minnesota]], and challenging the [[http://www.mndigital.org |Minnesota Digital Library]] to think about interactive services. I thrive on exploring emerging technologies and the ways they can be appropriately deployed to meet the needs of our communities.
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''This bio is for conferences and such that need a few words about me. Feel free to use what you need or ask for something else.''

Eric believes
in the value of shared resources, whether books or people, source code or scientific papers, that our society grows stronger when we draw on the ideas and talents of one another. Eric brings over 15 years of library and 25 years of technology experience to his consulting. At [[http://libstaff.mit.edu/ |MIT]] Eric shepherded the creation of [[http://www.dspace.org |DSpace]], open source digital repository management software developed with HP and now deployed at hundreds of institutions worldwide. At the University of Minnesota Libraries he encouraged the development of the [[http://blog.lib.umn.edu |UThink]] blog service, a [[http://wiki.lib.umn.edu |wiki-based staff intranet]], LibData, and the [[http://conservancy.umn.edu/ |University Digital Conservancy]]. He works with non-profit institutions including the [[http://www.mndigital.org |Minnesota Digital Library]] on appropriate uses of technology for informing, communicating, and collaborating with their constituencies.

I recently left the University of Minnesota (Twin Cities) Libraries looking to match my talent for developing new ideas and spotting technology trends with partners who want to encourage innovation within their organizations. Iíve loved developing the ideas behind [[http://www.dspace.org |DSpace]] at [[http://libstaff.mit.edu/ |MIT]], encouraging [[http://blog.lib.umn.edu |UThink]] at [[http://wiki.lib.umn.edu |Minnesota]], and challenging the [[http://www.mndigital.org |Minnesota Digital Library]] to think about interactive services. I thrive on exploring emerging technologies and the ways they can be appropriately deployed to meet the needs of our communities.
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I believe in the value of shared resources, whether books or people, source code or scientific papers. Our society grows stronger when we draw on the ideas and talents of one another. I recently left the University of Minnesota (Twin Cities) Libraries looking to match my talent for developing new ideas and spotting technology trends with partners who want to encourage innovation within their organizations. Iíve loved developing the ideas behind [[http://www.dspace.org |DSpace]] at [[http://libstaff.mit.edu/ |MIT]], encouraging [[http://blog.lib.umn.edu |UThink]] at [[http://wiki.lib.umn.edu |Minnesota]], and challenging the [[http://www.mndigital.org |Minnesota Digital Library]] to think about interactive services. I thrive on exploring emerging technologies and the ways they can be appropriately deployed to meet the needs of our communities.

If you'd like to know way too much about what I've been up to, feel free to check out this [[Attach:efc2007cv.pdf |PDF of my CV]].
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This bio is for conferences and such that need a few words about me. Feel free to use what you need or ask for something else.
Eric Celeste / Saint Paul, Minnesota / 651.323.2009 / efc@clst.org