Kevin S. Clarke

Pronouns: he/him or they/them
Digital Library Software Developer
  • Digital Initiatives and Information Technology
  • Software Development and Library Systems


Kevin S. Clarke is currently a Digital Library Software Developer at UCLA Library. Previously, he worked as the software developer for the Grateful Dead Archive(opens in a new tab) at UC Santa Cruz and, before that, as a developer for the Dryad Digital Repository(opens in a new tab) at NESCent(opens in a new tab)/Duke University. He has also worked as a software developer at Princeton University Library(opens in a new tab) and Lane Medical Library(opens in a new tab) at Stanford University. Kevin has written articles and book chapters, co-authored a book on XML and presented at a variety of international, national and regional conferences. He has taught courses at San Jose State University’s School of Library and Information Science(opens in a new tab) and workshops at several places, including the Library of Congress(opens in a new tab). Kevin started his career in libraries working as a copy cataloger while pursuing his master’s degree. He received his MS in Information Science from UNC Chapel Hill(opens in a new tab) in 2000.

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