Nancy Deromedi is the head of the newly established Digital Curation division at the Bentley Historical Library, University of Michigan. Before moving to the Digital Curation division, she worked in the University Archives and Records Program division of the library since 1998. The Bentley Historical Library was established in 1935 by the University of Michigan Regents to carry out two functions: to serve as the official archives of the University and to document the history of the state of Michigan and the activities of its people, organizations and voluntary associations. The library is comprised of four divisions: the Michigan Historical Collections, the University Archives and Records Program, Access and Reference Services and Digital Curation.
Deromedi is responsible for digital curation activities for collections in both collecting areas of the Library. In addition, Digital Curation oversees the web archiving activities involved in capturing and describing websites using the California Digital Library’s Web Archiving Service (WAS).
Deromedi has been a regular presenter at Society of American Archivists and Midwest Archives Conference. In addition, she has written three campus case studies on digital records issues for the Society of American Archivists. See http://www2.archivists.org/publications/epubs/Campus-Case-Studies.
Deromedi received a MLS from the School of Information at the University of Michigan in 1997.