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Linda Stewart has a B.A. in history and an MLIS from California State University. Formerly with OCLC, Inc., she worked for 15 years as a trainer and consultant to libraries in the area of technical services and digitization. Linda has presented at a variety of conferences including CLA on digital project planning and is a certified instructor for LC's Cataloging for the 21st Century—Metadata Standards & Applications course. Currently she is the instructor for Pasadena City College Shatford Library's Digitization Certificate Program and manages PCC's imaging project and their participation in the Pasadena Digital History Collaboration.