Welcome to the new Computer Science Librarian, Amy Stout!

Posted November 23rd, 2005 by Darcy Duke
photo of Amy Stout Please help the Libraries welcome our new Computer Science Librarian, Amy Stout. Amy will be supporting faculty, staff and students in the EECS department who are studying and researching in Computer Science areas, including the Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory and the Laboratory for Information Decision Systems. Amy can be reached at astout@mit.edu or by phone at x3-4442. Tracy Gabridge (tag@mit.edu, x3-8971) will continue to support the aspects of Course 6 related to Electrical Engineering.

Amy comes to us from the Marine Biological Laboratory (MBL) at Woods Hole where she was recently the Digital Systems and Services Coordinator. She has been involved with their Digital Herbarium project, has supported the MBL/National Library of Medicine biomedical informatics class, and has been implementing DSpace and LOCKSS (an electronic archival system for journal content). She comes to us with a lot of talent and skill in several areas of information technology as well as having an excellent commitment to serving the needs of researchers. Amy received her MLIS from the University of Texas at Austin, and a BA in Philosophy and Mathematics from St. John’s College in New Mexico. Due to some really interesting work in the Peace Corps, Amy has knowledge of Hungarian (in addition to French, Turkish and Spanish and more).

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