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David Ruddy (Cornell University)

David Ruddy
Director, Scholarly Communications Services

Ithaca, New York
UNITED STATES

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David Ruddy is Director of Scholarly Communications Services, a unit within Digital Scholarship Services, Cornell University Library. He is responsible for the technical infrastructure and production operations that support Cornell's electronic publishing services, primarily Project Euclid, an online resource that delivers over a million pages of current and historical scholarship in mathematics and statistics. He also coordinates library operations supporting eCommons, Cornell's institutional repository. He has worked with XML applications and systems for many years, both in the area of humanities text computing and metadata services, and frequently conducts workshops on XML, metadata, and digital library development. He holds an MA, MS, and PhD, all from the University of Michigan.

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