CLOCK people

Paul Stainthorp is Electronic Resources Librarian at the University of Lincoln. Paul will manage the CLOCK project overall, produce reports and documentation for JISC, as well as leading the literature review and user engagement workpackages.

Ed Chamberlain is Systems Development Librarian at Cambridge University Library. Ed will act as lead researcher / internal technical consultant and provide additional project guidance. As lead researcher for CLOCK, he will be primarily responsible for the technical standards & methods workpackages, and for guiding the work of the developer.

Chris Leach is Systems Librarian at the University of Lincoln. With more than 30 years experience in a range of technical library roles, Chris’s focus in CLOCK will be to support the analysis of existing and emerging library data standards, and to support the work of the developer.

Owen Stephens is a library consultant, and for this project will provide consultancy and advice to put the work into a national context, relating CLOCK to the wider movement toward open data and the work of the JISC Discovery initiative.

Andrew Beeken and Trevor Jones have now been appointed as CLOCK project web developers. Andrew is a developer with nearly ten years experience in public and private sector; Trevor is a lecturer in the Lincoln School of Computer Science. They will act as joint lead programmer on the project, making use of iterative development tools. They will also participate in the user requirements analysis and the review of existing data standards.

Ian Snowley, the University Librarian at the University of Lincoln, will act as project sponsor and director.