Zheng (John) Wang is Associate University Librarian for Digital Access, Resources, and Information Technology at the University of Notre Dame. He provides leadership and guidance and manages vision and strategies in the development and optimization of library systems and applications, and digital, technical, and delivery services.
He is a librarian and a technologist, holding both Master of Arts in Library and Information studies as well as Mast of Science in Information Systems. His experience includes content workflow, user-centered design, usability methodologies, Web systems, and application development. His professional aspiration is to integrate library online and offline services seamlessly for users. He published and lectured in the areas of web services and analytics, digital library development, project management, collection supply chain management, and digital scholarship.
Mark is responsible for providing leadership, vision, and oversight for the strategic and functional directions of the IT Program including stewardship for the Program's budget and personnel. As Program Director for most of the Libraries' core technical infrastructure and services, he collaborates with key library and University stakeholders and partners to plan and implement technology solutions that contribute to a transformative academic library.
Mark holds Bachelor's of Arts degrees in English and Math from the University of Maine and a Master's of Science degree in Library and Information Science from the University of Illinois.
Operating within the Office of the University Librarian, the Director of Strategic Innovation leads and coordinates efforts focused on strategic innovation and research and development within the mid- to long-range landscape in anticipation of changing stakeholder needs. In collaboration with library stakeholders from across the organization, lead targeted efforts to surface, conceptualize, evaluate, and realize strategic ideas and opportunities to transform library services, programs, processes, technologies, etc.
M.L.I.S 1994, University of California, Berkeley; M.A. English, 1989 University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
Ms Meyers is an E-Research librarian in the Navari Family Center For Digital Scholarship where she helps pioneer and provide research data consulting services, including more in-depth data management services in support of grant-funded research.
Devotes up to 80% of her time as an embedded e-research librarian on grant-funded research and in collaboration with faculty members' and partner organizations' projects.
Serves as an ambassador and advisor to groups and individuals regarding data and digital content management.
Provides advice & works with units across campus and externally to provide collaborative, team-based support for reproducible research, data management and software preservation needs, as well as data and metadata services for the Navari Center for Digital Scholarship. Also hosts, conducts, and/or designs related workshops.