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Paul Worster (Harvard University)

Paul Worster
Multimedia Librarian

Cambridge, Massachusetts
UNITED STATES

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Paul Worster is the Multimedia Librarian of Harvard University's undergraduate Lamont Library. Some of his projects include instructional technology, creating web-hosted screencast tutorials for Harvard's libraries, caring for a multimedia collection and computer lab, as well as designing and teaching multimedia authoring software workshops for students and staff. As an IT-Liaison to the library, he also works as front-line technology support. Professional interests include instructional workshop design, work flow efficiencies, media software, mobile device applications, and cross-platform support.

In prior professional lives, Paul has enjoyed gathering experience by working in Access Services and Reserves, media copy cataloging, and media reference.

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