Margot Note has spent her career working in the cultural heritage sector, including in small liberal arts colleges, public and academic libraries, and archives. Her research interests include photographic history and image collections, as well as user-centered design, planning and managing the delivery of digital cultural information, improving access to primary sources, and information-seeking behavior. She has published reviews on many aspects of archival science, information management, and library services in American Archivist, College & Research Libraries, Journal of Academic Librarianship, and Libraries & the Cultural Record, among other publications. She holds a Master’s in History from Sarah Lawrence College, a Master’s in Library and Information Science, and a Post-Master’s Certificate in Archives and Records Management, both from Drexel University. She is a Certified Archivist based in New York and is the Director of Archives and Information Management at World Monuments Fund, an international historic preservation organization.
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