Speaker: David Green
April 11-14, 2007
San Francisco, California

Speakers: Biography

David Green

Knowledge Culture
170 Brooklawn Terrace
Fairfield CT
06825 USA

David Green is the principal of Knowledge Culture, assisting cultural and academic organizations maximize their digital resources. Recent clients include the National Institute for Technology and Liberal Education, Wesleyan University, GlobePequot Press, NorthEast Document Conservation Center, Canadian Heritage Information Network, OCLC, the International Foundation for Art Research, and Innodata Isogen, Inc. From 1996 to 2003, he was the founding executive director of the National Initiative for a Networked Cultural Heritage (NINCH), a coalition that networked across the Big Five cultural communities (Libraries, Archives, Museums, Arts Organizations, and Scholarly Societies), providing leadership and vision in the creation of an increasingly interoperable body of cultural resources online. As executive director, he published the NINCH Guide to Good Practice in the Digital Representation & Management of Cultural Heritage Materials, co-organized an influential Computer Science & Humanities initiative, and produced the Copyright & Fair Use Town Meetings across the country (1997-2003). David Green has a Ph.D. in American Studies from Brown University. He is currently a member of the International Advisory Council for George Eastman House, and sits on the College Art Association's Committee for Intellectual Property. Recent publications include "Using Digital Images in Teaching and Learning" (Academic Commons, October, 2006) and "Rights and Permissions in an Electronic Edition," with Mary Case, in Electronic Textual Editing. (Modern Language Association, 2006.)

David will present Museum Images On-line: Meeting the Needs of Educators. [Mini-Workshop]