Musings of a CDRS Summer Intern

This is a cross-post from the blog for the Center for Digital Research and Scholarship (CDRS) at Columbia University, where I was an intern in the summer of 2014. Last spring, I was looking for the perfect summer internship to … Continue reading

A Few Projects . . . my HILT Ignite Talk

I’m at Humanities Intensive Learning and Teaching (HILT) this week, at the University of Maryland (http://www.dhtraining.org/hilt/). I’ll be giving a short presentation about some of my projects at the HILT Ignite event on Tuesday night, and I thought it would … Continue reading

Net Neutrality?

Save the Internet in white text against red background

Below you’ll find the comment I just submitted to the FCC, as they’re currently accepting public comments about the idea of reclassifying internet access as a public utility, like water or telephone service. The initial period for public comments ends … Continue reading

3D Funday

I just joined the NYC Museum MediaLab Meetup group, and on March 15 I attended my first meetup for a 3D Funday at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. This was a great opportunity to learn about 3D scanning, modeling, and … Continue reading

2013 – My Year in Review, Part 2

This is part 2 of my look back at what I’ve accomplished over the past year, focusing more on my professional life. While part 1 focused on my life as an MLIS student, of course these 2 parts are strongly … Continue reading

Women’s History, and . . . Metadata?!

Toward the end of March I had the wonderful opportunity to present at an inaugural conference on the subject of Women’s History in the Digital World (#WHDigWrld on Twitter), at the Albert M. Greenfield Digital Center for the History of Women’s Education (at … Continue reading