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Status, resources, and needs of systematics collections. Developing intellectual property policies. Intellectual property, Administration, Archival materials, Associations, institutions, Collection management, Cultural policy, Digital libraries, Digitization, Economic aspects, Economic aspects of Digital libraries, Finance, Herbaria, Law and legislation, Library materials, Management, Museums, Natural history museums.
Diane M. Zorich is a cultural heritage consultant specializing in planning and managing the delivery of cultural information. Her clients include the J. Paul Getty Trust, the American Association of Museums, the Smithsonian Institution, RLG Programs/OCLC, and many other cultural organizations and institutions. digital production that is detrimental to the needs of humanities. the equivalent of their incorporation ). Others use the date of the first digital humanities project that set them on the trajectory toward be-coming a full-fledged center. Zorich is an information management consultant for cultural heritage organizations. Prior to establishing her consultancy, Ms. Zorich was Data Manager at the Association of Systematics Collections in Washington, . and Documentation Manager at the Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology at Harvard University.
Personal Information. From my professional bio: Diane M. Zorich consults on digital strategies in cultural and educational organizations. Before establishing her consultancy, she was data manager at the Association of Systematics Collections in Washington, . and documentation manager at Harvard University’s Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology. Diane has graduate degrees in anthropology and museum studies from New York University, is based in Princeton, NJ and on Twitter at ich. Blog Post, Humanities, Arts & Media.
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Systematics is a branch of Biology that deals with cataloguing plants, animals and other organisms into categories that can be named, remembered, compared and studied. Study of only one organism of a group provides sufficient information about the remaining members of that group. Scientists connected with the study of systematics are called systematises or taxonomists. The terms systematics, taxonomy and classification are often held as synonyms but technically they carry different meanings.
Director, Digitization Program Office. As Director of the Smithsonian’s Digitization Program Office (DPO), Diane Zorich leads an expert team in digitizing Smithsonian collections to maximize their impact for the public. She oversees mass digitization, 3D digitization, and assessment activities that develop and improve digitization processes across the Institution. Before joining the Smithsonian, she was a consultant with over two decades of experience in information management, digitization, and digital policy in cultural organizations