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Rob Sanderson is the Technical Collaboration Facilitator at Stanford, and has played a leadership role in the development and publication of the [http://iiif.io/ IIIF Image and Presentation APIs], [http://www.openannotation.org/spec/core/ W3C Open Annotation], and [http://iiif.io/model/shared-canvas/1.0/index.html Shared Canvas] specs. This standards-based work is a critical prerequisite to developing next generation open source, cross-institutional tools for interacting with linked data and digitized content. Rob can convey (in a cool British [sic, edit: kiwi] accent) how to get better results when it comes to technical collaboration in libraries.
[http://web.stanford.edu/~azaroth/ Rob Sanderson]
and preparing digital content for preservation -- specifically needs that can be addressed using existing
high-performance forensic technologies (with a little tweaking). He is also interested in developing datasets
and teaching technologies to support education and professional training in digital archiving. He can give a great talk (I know from 2014 ALA) & I'll bet would have some great tech & social insides for Code4Lib [http://www.digpres.com/ Kam Woods]