Patricia Hswe is Digital Content Strategist and Head, ScholarSphere User Services, at the Penn State University Libraries. Her work is largely about making digital content and data discoverable, accessible, and usable over time, for as long as these materials are useful – toward the related goals of repurposing them and adding value to the Libraries’ collections and data sets. She also co-leads the department of Publishing and Curation Services, in the Division of Research and Scholarly Communications at the Libraries. Key responsibilities include assisting faculty and students in the curation of their research data and other scholarly materials; and building a program of support and services for digital scholarship, including the digital humanities. A former CLIR Post-Doctoral Fellow and a 2008 graduate of the Master’s degree program at the University of Illinois’ Graduate School of Library and Information Science, Patricia also holds a PhD in Slavic Languages and Literatures from Yale.