I work in ULCC's Digital Archives Department, where my responsibilities include managing and developing our e-Repositories service, and related projects. I've also worked as project manager, researcher or developer on several web-based preservation and archives projects, including the National Digital Archive of Datasets (NDAD), Significant Properties of E-learning Objects (SPeLOs), Social Networking Extensions for Eprints (SNEEP), JISC-PoWR (Preservation of Web Resources), CLASM (Copyright Licensing Application using SWORD for Moodle) and ArchivePress (an open-source blog archiving application). I have also contributed to other repository-related activities, such as SHERPA-LEAP, EMBRACE and the MERLIN text-mining project (with UCL). I edit our excellent departmental blog, and constantly encourage colleagues to contribute, and explore the many possibilities of Web 2.0, Social Networking, and The Cloud!
I have been working with database systems since 1986 and Web systems since 1996, when I developed a pilot intranet for the Forensic Science Laboratory in London, before joining ULCC in 1997. Since 2006, I have also been studying part-time, on-line, for Edinburgh University's MSc in E-learning.