The Membership Committee oversees work related to maintaining and growing the BCC membership base, including developing new member recruitment strategies, evaluating new member onboarding and member offboarding programs, and developing advocacy support for becoming a member of the BCC.

This group also conducts periodic evaluation and analysis of current member needs, and responds to member needs identified by other committees of the BCC.

  • [Matthew] Farrell, Duke University
  • Joe Carrano, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  • Kelsey O’Connell, Northwestern University
  • Annalise Berdini, Princeton University
  • Jess Farrell, Educopia Institute

Recent Activity

The University of Calgary Library Joins the BCC

BCC Membership Committee

The BitCurator Consortium is happy to welcome the University of Calgary as our newest member! UCalgary Library is already using BitCurator and they are embarking on a project to develop more robust digital preservation workflows. We’re so excited to hear more about the process and … Read more →

Interested in Getting Involved? Learn More about the BCC Membership Committee!

Annalise Berdini

History of the Membership Committee In Fall 2018 to Spring 2019 the BCC Membership Working Group, consisting of members of the Executive Council (EC), met regularly to consider fiscal changes to the BCC’s membership structure. They created benchmark documentation to assess member benefits and rates … Read more →

Call for Volunteers: BitCurator Consortium Groups

Jess Farrell, Caitlin Perry

The BitCurator Consortium is recruiting volunteers for all groups. Recruitment is open indefinitely. Anyone may express interest by filling out this form. Membership Committee This standing committee oversees work related to maintaining, engaging, and growing the member base. You can read more of the committee … Read more →

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