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Tim McCormick

Portland, OR 97219
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tim (at) tjm (dot) org


OCLC Online Computer Library Center, Bloomfield, NJ & Columbus, OH
Product Manager, January 2006 to November 2009
(Openly Informatics division, and Web Services group).

  • Managed development of new Web Services for OCLC.
  • Product Manager for xISBN, xISSN services.
  • Provided strategy analysis for Web Services including pricing, access policy, infrastructure and outsourcing.

Openly Informatics, Inc., Bloomfield, NJ
Product Manager, December 2002 to January 2006.

  • Managed product requirements, development, documentation, customer service, and sales support for electronic-resources management software and Web Services.
  • Worked closely with both technical team and major library customers on a regular release schedule.
  • Delivered training/sales presentations to partner companies and large library-services vendors in US, Europe, & Asia.
  • Implemented and administered company’s project-management tools, including web-based customer-support and bug/feature-tracking systems.
    ., New York, NY.
Designer and Strategist, April 2001 to January 2002.

  • Site design work and major features launch for a startup company offering on- and offline community for media professionals.


Juno Online Services, Inc., New York NY
Designer, Creative Services Department, 1998-2001.

  • Developed marketing strategies and designed interactive ad campaigns for major internal and external clients, including Hewlett-Packard and Juno Gold / Juno Web products, at media startup (pre- and post-IPO).


M.S. in Library and Information Science, expected Spring 2012.
Long Island University (teaching site at NYU Libraries).

  • Thesis:  “Social Text Markup and the Reading Experience.”

B.A. Art (Graphic Design), 1997.
Yale University, New Haven, CT.

  • Coursework in computer science, information design, typography, etc.


Institute for Museum and Library Services (IMLS) full-tuition scholarship for library graduate study, 2009.