Deanna Marcum, Ph.D.
Deanna Marcum, Ph.D. was recently appointed Associate Librarian of the Library of Congress and past President of the Council on Library and Information Services. Dr. Marcum gave the Third Antonija Prelec Lecture on October 1, 2003 The talk was entitled "The Relationship of Scholars to Libraries in the Digital Age".
Dr. Deanna Marcum, the 3rd Prelec Visiting Scholar, was just recently appointed Associate Librarian for Library Services, the Library of Congress. Prior to this, she was President of the Council on Library and Information Resources. Dr. Marcum has led various institutions with distinction in nearly all areas of librarianship, including integrated library systems, preservation, access, collections security, acquisitions, and technological change, while focusing on the development of strategies for change from print to digital libraries.
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Marcum D. Development of Digital Libraries: An American Perspective (as editor
and contributing author) Westport, Conn. : Greenwood Press, 2001.
Marcum, Deanna B. “Digital Preservation: An Update” (presented at the 1998
Kanazawa Institute of Technology International Roundtable), in Development of
Digital Libraries, Greenwood Press, 2001.
Marcum, Deanna B. “CLIR’s Digital Library Federation (with discussion)” in
Preservation of Digital Information, Association of Research Libraries, 2001.
Marcum, Deanna B. “Response to the RLG/CPA Report (on preserving digital
information)” in Preservation of Digital Information, Association of Research
Marcum, Deanna B. “Digital Archiving: Whose Responsibility Is It?”, College
and Research Libraries News, V.61, No.9 (Oct, 2000), p.794-7.