NASA/Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Caroline Coward supervises the daily operations of the Library at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, collaborating with and supporting the work of scientists, engineers, and mission specialists across the organization in areas such as information curation, knowledge management, and data archiving and retrieval. Caroline holds a Master of Library and Information Science degree from San Jose State University, and she spent the majority of her 30 year career as a tenured faculty member in higher education, leading and coordinating initiatives in information literacy and high impact practices (HIPs). At JPL, Caroline leads efforts in organizing the Lab's vast information stores, from physical processing and access, to blockchain applications, metadata, taxonomy, and ontology development, to developing new information initiatives Labwide.
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