BA, Music Composition, Florida International
MA, Music Composition, Baylor
Darryl Stuhr is the Director for Digitization and Digital Preservation Services in the Library and Academic Technology Services Group at Baylor University. Darryl has 18 years of library experience, with 14 years focusing on digitization and digital preservation.
Darryl directs activity in the Riley Digitization Center, develops workflows and documentation for digitization projects, sets project standards, manages the digital collection preservation-level files, develops and maintains project and long-term storage infrastructure, develops automation to manage and migrate data between systems, and administers Baylor's Quartex instance—the access system into Baylor's Digital Collections.
Projects include the digitization of maps, ninetieth-century letters and books, sheet music, analog sound discs, cassette tapes, photos, speeches, books, videotapes, newspapers, yearbooks, posters, press releases, architectural blueprints, and oral history recordings and transcripts. Recent projects include migrating digital media and born-digital materials, as well as digitizing 8mm/16mm film.
Memberships & Publications
- Texas Digital Library
- Texas Digital Library - Archivematica Consortium
- Texas Digital Library - Digital Preservation Interest Group