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Published: March 15, 2001.

Speakers

Angela Spinazze
Consultant
ATSPIN Consulting
350 West Erie Street, Suite 250
Chicago IL
60610 USA
Email: ats@atspin.com
http://www.atspin.com

Angela Spinazze has worked within the cultural heritage community for over 13 years and has a broad range of experience. At present, she is involved with several initiatives and institutions. In addition to managing the CIMI Dublin Core Testbed, she works with a variety of museum clients on issues related to planning and implementing new technologies, strategies for integrated access to collections and institutional information, process re-engineering, data migration, and development planning.

Her background includes working in the Annual Programs Department at The Art Institute of Chicago where she participated in initiatives that generated over $3,500,000 in revenue and 100,000 members for the museum; serving as a core member of the museum's first comprehensive physical inventory team she participated in the design and development of a software application to facilitate the inventory process and converted the museum's collection records from paper to electronic format; and she worked for several years as Director of Marketing for Willoughby Associates, a developer of systems for collections management information.

Angela received her Bachelors of Arts from Miami University in 1986 and her Masters of Arts in 19th and 20th Century Art History, Theory and Criticism from the School of The Art Institute of Chicago in 1992.

Angela will present Information Interchange Standards