Robin C. Pike



Robin is the Manager, Digital Conversion and Media Reformatting at the University of Maryland, managing digitization and digital conversion operations across the College Park Libraries. In this role, she has managed the expansion of in-house digitization operations to include audio digitization, and has grown the staff of the department and capacity for in-house and vendor projects more than threefold. She has worked on the Historic Maryland Newspapers Project, a National Endowment for the Humanities National Digital Newspaper Program grant, since January 2015, and has been the Co-Principle Investigator since September 2016. The project has contributed over 210,000 pages to Chronicling America, a Library of Congress repository, since 2012. Robin previously worked as the Audiovisual Archivist at The Catholic University of America. She graduated in 2007 from the University of Pittsburgh with an MLIS, specializing in Archives and Records Management. She has served on the Society of American Archivists Recorded Sound Roundtable and on the Education and Training Committee of the Association for Recorded Sound Collections. Robin is also an ACA Certified Archivist and holds the Digital Archivist Specialist certificate from SAA. She has written and presented on managing audiovisual collections and digitization projects.


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