has worked with historic and contemporary newspaper digitisation since it was first practical. He worked with the Library of Congress on the National Digital Newspaper Program (2003), with University of Utah newspaper digitisation program (2002), with the New Zealand National Library on Papers Past and Parliamentary Papers digitisation (2006), with Singapore National Library Board since (2006), with the National Library of Australia on the Australian Newspapers Digitisation Program (2008), and with many other institutions. Frederick has experience in every aspect of digitisation projects including project requirements development, project management, conversion operations (both in-house and outsourced), acceptance testing, and software development for production and delivery of digital data.
Frederick presently works as technical, business development, and sales consultant for Digital Divide Data (2008), CCS (2005), and DL Consulting (2001). Previously he was President of Planman Consulting North America and until 2005 was CTO of iArchives / Footnote. At iArchives, his engineering team created a custom genealogical records data entry application for FamilySearch.org, which is today used by over
400,000 "crowdsource" volunteers worldwide.
Frederick has 25+ years experience in software development and is a member of ACM and IEEE and a Certified Software Development Professional (CSDP). He is also a member of ALA, IFLA, and SLA. Frederick has Master's Degrees in Computer Science and Physics.
is head of Digital Legal Deposit at the National Library of France. This service is in charge of harvesting, preserving and giving access to French web archives, including online newspapers and periodicals. Clément Oury also serves as Treasurer of the International Internet Preservation Consortium (IIPC) and as convenor of two ISO working groups (on the “WARC archiving file format” and on “Statistics and quality issues for web archiving”). He has a background in early modern History at PhD level.
works as a project manager at the Centre for Preservation and Digitisation of the National Library of Finland. Before that, he worked as a software developer in health care industry at a company called Mawell Ltd (2007-2011). He has also worked as a research assistant at the University of Oulu (2002-2007).
Mr. Hosio was born in Nivala, Finland, on 14 January 1980. He graduated as a Master of Science in Technology in 2008 from the University of Oulu, Finland.
Subject specialist for law and copyright consultor, Berlin State Library. Short Biography:
1. Education: Lawyer and librarian
- 2nd legal state examination, 2002
- Postgraduate formation and state examination in library sciences, 2003-2005
2. Professional Career: Subject specialist for law and copyright consultor, Berlin State Library
- 2002-2003: Legal advisor at German-Bolivian Chamber of Commerce, La Paz
- 2005-2007: Subject specialist for law, director of law library, Würzburg University
- 2007-: Subject specialist for law, Berlin State Library
- Consultant at the German Library Association´s legal commission (since 2006)
- Member of IFLA-Committee on Copyright and other Legal Matters (CLM) (since 2009)
- Instructor for copyright law, Bayerische Bibliotheksschule (Bavarian library school, postgraduate formation) (since 2008)
is the Project Director at the Federation of the Finnish Media Industry in Helsinki, Finland – a central organisation supported by the majority of the Finnish media companies. She is working in the team responsible for the future operations environment of the media industry. She is actively involved in the Finnish Next Media Programme and the coordinator of Personal Media Day project and involved in eReading project specially for newspaper and book perspective.
Ms. Markkula holds a M. Sc. Tech. degree from the Technical University of Helsinki. She was earlier Executive Director at Finnish Newspaper Association.
She has been a member at WAN-IFRA board (Association for Newspaper and Media Publishing) and before WAN and IFRA joined, member of WAN board (World Association of Newspapers) and member of IFRA Nordic Committee.
is currently (since 2008) working with R & D at the largest Swedish speaking print media corporation in Finland. Project manager for the tablet product development projects from 2009 onwards. Other projects include readership studies, gathering of business intelligence and digital media development projects. Previously research manager at Corporate Image Ltd. (2000-2008) with emphasis on B-2-B image research for customers ranging from small Finnish companies to large global corporations. In 1994-2000 worked for the Sanoma Corporation in different roles, from customer service and sales to the marketing and financial departments. Born in 1975, M.Sc. (Econ) from Svenska Handelshögskolan 2001.
is a Conservator at the Centre for Preservation and Digitisation of the National Library of Finland since 2003. She graduated with BA (Hons.) Conservation of Paper and Organic Material from the Camberwell College of Arts, University of Arts London, UK, in 2001. After graduation Ms. Vihakara worked as a Preservation Assistant at the British Library of Political and Social Sciences (LSE Library) in London, UK, during 2001-2003. Ms. Vihakara has also worked as a private conservator, mainly conserving art on paper and parchment.
Juha KorvenpääBorn in 1971, Tampere, Finland
Doctor of Philosophy (2005), University of Tampere 1995-1999, Audio engineer, freelance 1999-2004, Scholar, University of Tampere 2005-2006, Scholar, Sibelius Academy (Seinäjoki)
2006- Planning Officer, The National Library of Finland - Centre for Preservation and Digitisation
has been with the National Library Board since 2006. She works with user and service groups to conceptualize service, develop, prototype and implement new and improved services for libraries.
With her leadership, the Singapore Newspaper service was successfully launched in 2009 and the inclusion of language newspaper in 2011. She was involved in projects under the Collaborative Reference Network Services (CRNS) and presently managing the service development for National Project - ArtsCultureSG portal. Cally has a Bachelor of Information Technology (Software Development) from the University of Southern Queensland, Australia and a Masters in Information Studies from the Nanyang Technological University.
Soh Wai Yee
manages the IT implementation and maintenance of the NewspaperSG service. She is responsible for the in-house development of the portal, which includes design, development and managing newspaper CMS vendor to deliver the necessary web services for the retrieval and rendering of content to the portal. She is also responsible for the day-to-day operations on the systems and the ingesting of the digitized newspaper collection.
Mazelan bin Anuar
is a Senior Librarian with the Lee Kong Chian Reference Library, the premier resource for works on or about Singapore. He joined the National Library Board in 2000 and obtained his MSc in Information Science from the Nanyang Technological University (Singapore) in 2003. He represents the customer-facing user group of the NewspaperSG service.
is a member of African Council for Communication Education. 2010 - 2012 University of Uyo, Akwa Ibom, M.A – Public Relations and Advertising. Publications: 2010: The Prospects and Issues of Online Newspapers in Nigeria (A Paper Presented at the African Council for Communication Education - ACCE AGM at American University of Nigeria, Yola, Adamawa State). Forthcoming: Exposure to Newspaper website advertisements of select products by Internet users in Akwa Ibom State, Utilisation of the interactive features of online newspapers by cybercafé users in Uyo metropolis.
is the digitisation co-ordinator at the Digital Archive department of the National Library of Estonia. She has been employed at the National Library in different roles since 1987 and over the past ten years has specialised in digitisation, digital archive and digital preservation issues. Since 2004 has been representing the National Library in European EC funded projects as a project manager for NLE.
She has a degree in Library and Information Sciences.
is Head of the Journalism Libraries and Adjunct Professor at the Missouri School of Journalism, University of Missouri. Carner oversees the management of the Frank Lee Martin Journalism and the Columbia Missourian Libraries and provides instruction, research and multimedia creation support for the faculty, students, alumni of the Missouri School of Journalism and Reynolds Journalism Institute. Carner has a BS, MS and MLIS. She was the Business Librarian at the University of Texas Libraries before coming to the University of Missouri to help design and open the new high-tech journalism library in the Reynolds Journalism Institute in 2007.
is a Senior Librarian with the National Library of Sweden. He joined the National Library in 1990 and was 1995-2001 project leader of the bibliography of Swedish newspapers. He has worked extensively with the collection of Swedish newspapers, microfilm issues and is now on the project team of the Swedish newspaper digitization project Digidaily. He is also part of the library's working group on e-legal deposit.
is information security manager of the Institute for the Languages of Finland and adjunct professor of Finnish language and applied computer science at the University of Helsinki. During the autumn of 2011 Dr. Leino worked as senior advisor at the National Library of Finland compiling a preliminary proposal for a professorship in digital corpora.
- Born in Helsinki, Finland 1947
- Library Assistant at Helsinki University Library (1968-1973)
- Photographer (Graphic) in printing industry (1981-1991) Helsinki, Stockholm
- Library Assistant at Kungl. biblioteket , The Royal Library in Sweden, Stockholm (1988-1995)
- Librarian 1995-2012 (Participant. in the Nordic Newspaper Project Tiden e.t.c )