Mary S. Carroll, NCPTT’s information management program director, has accepted a position as archeologist within the Archeology and Ethnography Program of the National Park Service’s National Center for Cultural Resources. In her new position, Carroll will work with parks to ensure NPS compliance with the Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act (NAGPRA).
Carroll will begin her new position in Washington D.C. on Dec. 17, 2001. The Archeology and Ethnography Program provides national coordination for the protection, preservation, and interpretation of America’s archeological and ethnographic resources in the National Park system and beyond. For more information about the Archeology and Ethnography program see http://www.cr.nps.gov/aad/.
Carroll served as NCPTT’s information management program director for seven years. Her work included overseeing the development and implementation of NCPTT’s award-winning website: https://ncptt.nps.gov/ .
During Carroll’s tenure, NCPTT funded numerous IM activities focusing on
- delivering substantive preservation-related information via the World Wide Web,
- applying innovative computer technologies to the management and dissemination of information, and
- developing strategies for long-term preservation of and access to digital information.