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William A. Ingram, Assistant Professor for University Libraries at Virginia Tech, is an internationally recognized digital libraries scholar specializing in computational use of library collections. He is Assistant Dean and Director of Information Technology for University Libraries.
Ingram's research involves devising methods for computational analysis and use of the large digital collections held by libraries and archives. He is especially interested in electronic theses and dissertations. Because they are long and contain multiple chapters, they more resemble books than research articles. His aim is to use methods for information extraction, classification, and summarization to uncover the knowledge and data buried in this rich corpus of graduate research to facilitate its discovery, use, and reuse.
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