Christine Schwartz

Christine Schwartz is metadata librarian and XML database administrator at the Princeton Theological Seminary. She has researched and written about cataloging trends and issues on her blog, Cataloging Futures. She contributed an essay, “Changing Mind-set, Changing Skill Set: Transitioning from Cataloger to Metadata Librarian,” to the book Conversations with Catalogers in the 21st Century (2010). Schwartz served on the Code4Lib Journal Editorial Committee in 2008–2009. She has worked with the XQuery programming language for over nine years, specifically working with library metadata programmatically.

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