After some temporary jobs, I started working as an assistant librarian at Politecnico di Torino in 1997, at the Central Library of Architecture, with duties of cataloguing, reference and information literacy, mainly for digital resources, and service at library desk.
In 2002, I got a position as a librarian and moved to the University of Venice Ca' Foscari, where I began my new job at the Classical Studies Library of the Department of Ancient Civilisations: Literature, History and Archaelogy. In 2003, I started working in Digital library services and I was formally designated by the Director of Library Services as the representative for Ca' Foscari University in the Management and Technical Board of Consortium CIPE, a consortium of universities for the acquisition of digital resources and negotiation with publishers. I was also formally designated as a member of the working and study group on electronic journals of the university and also worked for implementing the link resolver at Ca' Foscari. In 2007, I formally became Head of digital resources services of the university.
In 2014, I moved back to Politecnico di Torino where I currently work as a research support librarian at Programming, Development, Quality and Life Area, and I am in charge of supporting the use of CRIS (Current Research Information System) IRIS and research evaluation procedures.
I published the book La gestione delle raccolte digitali in biblioteca, about management of digital collections in libraries and I am the author or co-author of many other publications in books, conference proceedings and international journals.
I taught in many academic seminars and professional courses and was designated as Expert assistant in Library and information science (Cultore della materia) at the University of Turin in the years 2009-2011.
My research interests focus on research assessment, digital scholarship, library collection development, digital libraries and library automation.
See my full and constantly updated curriculum vitae and publications linked below.