2005-2006

Berkeley Public Library

Berkeley Website Redesign

Project manager for redesign of library website. Project included graphically redesigning website and re-architecting the library’s web-based information, integrating an events calendar using PHPCalendar, integrating Contribute for content management and assisting with Movable Type integration for blogging.

2005-2006

North State Cooperative Library System

NSLS Website Redesign

Managed website redesign. Project included implementation of events calendar using PHP iCalendar. Developed custom membership management system and online directory.

2004

Califa

RFID Content Development

Provided content for, and helped develop Califa’s RFID Information Forum.

2003

Peninsula Library System (PLS)

Delivery Consultation

Conducted efficiency analysis of Peninsula Library System’s delivery system. Made recommendations for immediate improvements and long-term planning.

2002

Online Archive of California

Project Management of Digitization LSTA Grant

Responsible for developing training to libraries implementing digitization projects with LSTA funding.

2001

Golden Gateway Library Network

Delivery Consultation

Evaluated delivery system for 188-member library network and made recommendations for improving services and reducing costs.

2011-current

Southern California Library Cooperative

Website Development and General Support

Developed a new website for Southern California Library Cooperative. The client was partway through the development of a new website when the contractor went out of business. The Galecia Group stepped in and helped SCLC complete the project. We worked with them to simplify the site to make it more manageable. We continue to provide Drupal maintenance support.

2012-current

Infopeople

Infopeople Website, CRM, and Event Management Suite

Infopeople is a state-wide project that serves as the training arm of the California State Library, primarily serving libraries throughout the state. Infopeople's online and webinar students hail from libraries across the United States and several other countries, numbering in the thousands.

2011-current

State Library of California

GetInvolved Website

Developed a new website for the State Library of California's Get Involved project. The objective of the project is to provide an easy-to-use website for library staff working with library volunteers. The concept was based another site built and maintained by the  Group, the Rural Initiative's Resource Round-Up website, http://resourceroundup.net/.

2014-2015

Charlotte Mecklenburg Library

Procure a Next Generation Library System

The Library sought assistance from The Galecia Group to procure a next generation library system.  The goal was not to simply assume that migrating from their current integrated library system (ILS) was a given but instead to explore the options currently available from ILS vendors and their strategic partners.  To that end, The Galecia Group (including Lori Ayre, Lucien Kress and Sam McBane Mulford) worked with the Library to define the requirements for what they would consider a next generation library system.  These requirements were distributed to library vendors from the integrated library system world as well as the vendors that provide critical services to library and which have critical integrations with the ILS such as automated materials handling and RFID vendors, self-service vendors, public computer and copy/print vendors, and discovery layer vendors.  The Galecia team developed an RFP and assisted the Library in evaluating the options.

Based on the findings, the Library decided to pursue a discovery layer solution and forego transitioning from their existing library system for the time being. The decision resulted in a vast improvement for the patron experience with very little disruption to staff and patrons and cost a fraction of what a full ILS migration would have cost (for an insignificant gain on the staff side).