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Peter Brantley

Executive Director

Digital Library Federation

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Digital Library Federation

1752 N St NW Suite 800

Washington, D.C., District of Columbia,20036

United States

Company Description

The Digital Library Federation (DLF) program serves its parent organization, the Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR), as the place where strategy informs practice. Established in 1995, the DLF is a robust and diverse community of practitioners ...more

Background Information

Employment History

Director

Internet Society


CDL


Affiliations

Open Book Alliance

Founder


Bay Area Book Festival

Program Subcommittee Member


International Digital Publishing Forum

Board Member


O'Reilly

Program Committee


National Information Standards Organization

Member of the Executive Leadership Team


FiledBy Inc

Advisory Board Member


OBA

Co-Founder


EPISODE 1168 Stories Open Book Alliance

Co-founder


AGUS Inc

Member, Publications Committee


IPDF

Board Member


Education

B.A.

sociology

Trinity University


M.A.

sociology

Stony Brook University


Web References(196 Total References)


DLF Fall Forum 2004: Baltimore

old.diglib.org [cached]

Peter Brantley is Director of Technologies for the CDL.
He has worked as an IT manager and strategist in educational, dot.com, and the publishing worlds. He has been involved with a wide range of applications within the university community, including repository architectures for digital objects, user tools, authorization services, and rights management. His academic background (now rapidly fading into dim memories) involved analysis of how new technology is adopted by industries possessing established technical paradigms, and the impact of computerization on organizational work processes.


archive.org

Peter Brantley Director of Bookserver
He is the co-founder of the Open Book Alliance, an organization dedicated to ensuring an open market in digital book access. He contributes regularly to several blogs on libraries and publishing and speaks widely on transformations in media and information access. He serves on the board of the International Digital Publishing Forum, the standards setting body for digital books. Peter has significant experience with academic research libraries and digital library development programs, and was previously the Executive Director of the Digital Library Federation, a not for profit membership organization of research and national libraries.


www.idpf.org

Peter Brantley, Director of BookServer Project, Internet Archive
IDPF Board Member Peter Brantley is the Director of the BookServer Project at the Internet Archive, a San Francisco based not-for-profit digital library. He is a regular contributor to blogs on libraries and publishing, and speaks and writes extensively on transformations in reading, media, and information access. Peter has been one of the principals behind the development and adoption of the Open Publication Distribution System (OPDS). Prior to working at the Internet Archive, he was the Executive Director of the Digital Library Federation. He has been a member of the IDPF Board since 2007, and was previously active in the OEBF's Rights and Rules committee. He reads books on a Sony Reader..


D2D Forum Biographies - National Information Standards Organization

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Peter Brantley
Peter Brantley Director, BookServer Project Internet Archive Peter Brantley is the Director of the BookServer Project at the Internet Archive, a San Francisco based not-for-profit digital library. He is a regular contributor to blogs on libraries and publishing, and speaks and writes extensively on transformations in reading, media, and information access. Peter has been one of the principals behind the development and adoption of the Open Publication Distribution System (OPDS). Prior to working at the Internet Archive, he was the Executive Director of the Digital Library Federation. His background includes significant experience with research libraries and digital library development programs. He has served as the Director of Technology at the California Digital Library, New York University, UC Berkeley, and UCSF. He has been a member of the International Digital Publishing Forum (IDPF) Board since 2007, and was previously active in the OEBF's Rights and Rules committee.


www.filedby.com

Peter Brantley is the Executive Director for the Digital Library Federation (DLF), a not-for-profit international association of large research and government libraries and allied institutions.
He is a regular contributor to the O'Reilly Tools of Change for Publishing weblog in the area of publishing and new media, and serves on the program committee for the O'Reilly Tools of Change for Publishing Conference. Peter is a member of the Board of Directors for the International Digital Publishing Forum (IDPF), the trade and standards association for the digital publishing industry. Prior to joining DLF, Peter was the Director of Technology for the California Digital Library, University of California. He has also worked in senior information technology management roles at New York University, UC Berkeley, and UC San Francisco; Rapt, a private SF startup firm; and the Ballantine division of Random House.


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