Brian Lavoie joined OCLC Research in 1996, and since that time has worked on projects in a variety of areas, ranging from the development of OCLC’s Four-Figure Cutter Tables and automated cuttering tools, to analyzing the size and content of the Web. Current research interests include analysis of aggregate collections, economic issues associated with information and the provision of information services, service models and frameworks for libraries, and digital preservation. Brian is a member of the PREMIS Editorial Committee.

About Brian Lavoie

Brian Lavoie is a Research Scientist in OCLC Research. Brian's research interests include collective collections, the system-wide organization of library resources, and digital preservation.

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