CPS News

Digital Asset Management Expert Dione Surdez Celebrates First DAM Stepping Stone Dinner

Dione Surdez is a digital asset management implementation manager and archivist-in-residence for Origami Air Co; a librarian and digital projects manager for LA County Library; and a Continuing and Professional Studies* (CPS) instructor in the Digital Asset Management (DAM) Bronze Certificate program at Rutgers SC&I. Before becoming an instructor, Surdez, who holds a Master of Management in Library and Information Science (MMLIS), earned both the DAM Bronze Certificate and DAM Silver Certificate.

SC&I’s Digital Asset Management Co-Academic Director David Lipsey Chairs Upcoming DAM Los Angeles Conference

SC&I’s Digital Asset Management program co-founder and Co-Academic Director David Lipsey is chair of the Henry Stewart Digital Asset Management (DAM) Conference: “DAM Los Angeles 2023: The Art and Practice of Managing Digital Media.” Two of SC&I’s DAM instructors, Google Marketing Operations DAM Program Lead Kathleen Cameron and Chromata Solution Managing Partner Neil Bilow, are featured speakers at the conference.

Non-Degree Programs Take New Name—Continuing and Professional Studies—and Offer Enhanced DAM Certificates

The Professional Development Studies Department at Rutgers University’s School of Communication and Information (SC&I) has changed its name to Continuing and Professional Studies (CPS). The revised nomenclature more precisely describes the scope of the non-degree offerings available within the department as it expands its program offerings in the coming months.

Digital Asset Management Certificate Program Celebrates 3rd Anniversary

SC&I’s Digital Asset Management (DAM) certificate program marks its third anniversary this fall; it is more relevant than ever. Organizations daily amass an ever-increasing amount of digital assets—content stored in a digital file format—including images, photographs, videos, audio/music files, graphics, animations, illustrations, and more.

Heather Baker Extols the Virtues of Digital Asset Management

Heather Baker, who holds a Master of Library Science degree and a digital librarian certificate, worked for over a decade in educational publishing, creating curriculum and assessment materials for newborns through 3rd graders when she decided it was time for a career change.