Bruce Washburn is a Principal Software Engineer in OCLC Research. He provides software development support for OCLC Research initiatives and participates as a contributing team member on selected research projects. In addition, he provides software development support for selected OCLC Products and Services. Bruce works in OCLC’s San Mateo, California office and reports to Jean Godby, Senior Research Scientist, OCLC Research. Prior to OCLC Washburn worked in a variety of roles for the Research Libraries Group (RLG), including serving as manager of its Information Architecture team. Before RLG, Washburn worked in the Cataloging department of Stanford University Libraries.
5 August 2019
Jean Godby, Karen Smith-Yoshimura, Bruce Washburn, Kalan Knudson Davis, Karen Detling, Christine Fernsebner Eslao, Steven Folsom, Xiaoli Li, Marc McGee, Karen Miller, Honor Moody, Craig Thomas, Holly Tomren
“Project Passage” is an OCLC Research Wikibase prototype that explores using linked data in library cataloging workflows. The report overviews the prototype’s development, its adaptation for library use, and eight librarians’ experiences with the editing interface to create metadata for resources.
14 October 2013
Marc Bron, Merrilee Proffitt, Bruce Washburn
Marc Bron, Merrilee Proffitt and Bruce Washburn. 2013. Code4Lib Journal, 22 (2013-10-14). http://journal.code4lib.org/articles/8956
16 August 2013
Bruce Washburn, Ellen Eckert, Merrilee Proffitt
Bruce Washburn, Ellen Eckert and Merrilee Proffitt. 2013. Dublin, Ohio: OCLC Research. http://www.oclc.org/content/dam/research/publications/library/2013/2013-06.pdf.