Victoria Mueller provides data expertise as Information Architect and Systems Librarian for Zepheira. In this position, she helps shape the direction for exposing, sharing and creating new ways of visualizing the digital material of the archives and online resources. Victoria is an library and information science professional with 22 years experience in designing, implementing and promoting large-scale data systems for libraries and archives. She has worked extensively with institutions and corporate organizations to implement digital services and solutions at all levels of management.
Since 1995, Victoria has worked on putting library services on the Web including pioneering access to the first online web-based library systems. As a senior product manager at the Online Computer Library Center OCLC, Inc, she worked with developers and content providers to design and implement distributed reference systems that utilized both NISO and emerging web standards. She led many archive and image data integration projects and I an expert in related standards such as EAD, Dublin Core, MARC, Meta Object Description Schema (MODS) and Metadata Encoding and Transmission Standard (METS).
Victoria has a degree in Fine Arts from The Pennsylvania State University and a Masters in Library and Information Science from the University of Pittsburgh.