It’s all about access. Backstage Library Works provides professional services to cultural heritage institutions to help you create and improve paths for patrons to access your collections. Backstage services range from cataloging and non-MARC metadata to authority control and record enrichment, from digitization and microfilming to on-site inventory, reclassification, and RFID tagging. Backstage offers technology, expertise, and human resources to enable librarians and archivists like you to accomplish your goals.
Whether you have worked previously with Backstage on a digitazation project, or are considering doing so, this is your opportunity to meet the new Northeast representative from Backstage, Thomas Forsythe, and learn about Backstage's services of digitization and more!
Thomas Forsythe has been working in libraries in one way or another since he was 17 years old. He graduated with his MLS from UNC-Chapel Hill in 2006, and shortly thereafter began working for Backstage Library Works, running projects for libraries. In 2016, he transitioned over into Backstage’s Sales and Marketing Department.
Before transitioning to your account representative for the Northeast, Thomas managed seventeen on-site projects, including reclassification projects for Elizabeth City State University, Duke University, Princeton University, the University of Oxford, and the University of Kent, among others. He has also managed projects for RFID implementation, inventory, and collection analysis for the Library of Congress.