Glynn Edwards
Head, Technical Services - Manuscripts & Born-Digital
Stanford University
USA
disse &thsiv

Glynn Edwards manages the Manuscripts Division in the Department of Special Collections at Stanford University. The division takes in an average of 1,800 linear feet a year. She plans and directs special large processing/digitization projects in collaboration with subject specialists and our digital group on campus and also manages the departments' Born-Digital Program in collaboration with Digital Libraries Systems and Services. The BD program has one digital archivist, who is responsible for helping to develop and test new tools and workflows for the library. Glynn is the director of a two-year project, funded by NHPRC, to develop an email processing and delivery program (ePADD). Previously, Glynn was a participant of the AIMS Born-Digital project and one of several authors of the AIMS Project's White Paper on stewarding born-digtial materials and best practices (2012). The four-institution collaboration was comprised of the University of Virginia, Yale University, and the University of Hull and was funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.rnrn