Person Item Type Metadata
Position(s) at CHNM
Online History Associate
Began at CHNM
Where are they now?
Jim Safley is Software Developer and Metadata Specialist for the Center. He received his undergraduate degree in history at GMU and is currently working towards his master's degree in American history. Beginning his archiving career in 1999 at the National Archives and Records Administration, Jim moved through several related positions, including records manager at Phi Beta Kappa national headquarters and archivist assistant at GMU's Special Collections and Archives. Arriving at CHNM in 2002, Safley applied his traditional archiving experience to his work in digital archiving, web programming, and database administration. His interests include metadata standards, database design, web technologies, progressive history and history of technology. You can learn more about Jim by visiting his website: http://jimsafley.com.
“Jim Safley,” RRCHNM20, accessed October 21, 2020, https://20.rrchnm.org/items/show/41.
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