In fall 2009 I was a member of Candy Schwartz’s Digital Libraries class, a project-based class that involved hands-on creation of digital images, metadata, and a website. The source of … Continue reading
I created this blog to supplement an ongoing series of events for Fellows & Staff at Dumbarton Oaks. Librarians use it to post images to pique interest in upcoming events … Continue reading
Take a look at our online exhibits, some built in Omeka, others in Plone, available here.
In 2009 and 2010 I conducted research for the Weissman Preservation Center on the history of library preservation at Harvard, a project which covered the earliest days of the university … Continue reading
In 2008-2009 I assisted on this digitization initiative at Houghton Library. Thanks to my background in medieval art history, I was able to create descriptive metadata for books of hours … Continue reading
While working as a Library & Archives Assistant for the Harvard University Botany Libraries I was fortunate to conduct some research on that collection’s extraordinary rare books. Because the “libraries” … Continue reading
In 2006-2007, while working for the Research Forum of the Courtauld Institute of Art, I processed the archival records of Thomas Gambier Parry, a Victorian collector and artist. I read … Continue reading