Bianca Crowley

Digital Collections Manager

Bianca Crowley is the Digital Collections Manager for the Biodiversity Heritage Library, leading digital collection management activities as well as coordinating communications across the project's global international library consortium. She takes pride in her role as a 21st Century library professional; creative, eager to experiment, and deeply committed to making connections between people and information. She received her MSLS from the Catholic University of America and a BA in Anthropology from the University of Maryland at College Park.

Publications

Publications: 

Kalfatovic, Martin Robert, Funkhouser, Colleen, Rinaldo, Constance, Iggulden, David, Trei, Kelli, and Crowley, Bianca. 2021. "Cultivating Resilience in the Biodiversity Heritage Library During the Global Pandemic: Improving access to existing content." Biodiversity Information Science and Standards, 5: e73732. https://doi.org/10.3897/biss.5.73732.

Costantino, Grace, Crowley, Bianca, Morin, Rebecca, and Thomas, Erin Jean. 2011. "Heeding the Call: User Feedback Management and the Digital Library." from 66th IFLA Council and General Conference, San Juan, Puerto Rico, 2011. 66, 1–15. IFLA.

Funkhouser, Colleen, Rinaldo, Constance, Iggulden, David, Trei, Kelli, Kalfatovic, Martin R., and Crowley, Bianca. "Cultivating Resilience in the Biodiversity Heritage Library During the Global Pandemic: Improving access to existing content." from TDWG Proceedings 2021 in Biodiversity Information Science and Standards. TDWG 2021 (Virtual) 2021-10-21. Sofia, Bulgaria: Pensoft Publishers. https://doi.org/10.3897/biss.5.73732.