Research IT is part of Research, Teaching, and Learning (RTL) at UC Berkeley. Our mission is to be a trusted partner to the campus research community. We support and develop research information technologies, provide expert guidance and consulting on research data topics, and work with campus centers, colleges, and other units to build collaborative communities of researchers and IT professionals... The Museum Informatics Project (MIP) set out in the early 1990s to build a world-class team and facility to digitize, manage, and share information about campus museum collections. Over its twenty-year history, MIP helped a diverse range of campus museums, visual resource collections, and individual researchers initiate major digitization and web site projects. Terabytes of images were digitized and stored. A major software platform -- xdb -- was developed to manage collections metadata, and web sites were built to share collections information with researchers and the public. By 2005 the..
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