NHS Digital History Practicum

Some General Notes In an effort to promote accessibility and experimentation, I’ve chosen to include primarily tools that are free, or at the very least, have a free version. The categories, projects, tools, and readings linked below are far from comprehensive.

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NHS Digital History Practicum

Some General Notes In an effort to promote accessibility and experimentation, I’ve chosen to include primarily tools that are free, or at the very least, have a free version. The categories, projects, tools, and readings linked below are far from comprehensive.

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Notes from Personal Digital Archiving 2017

The following post was originally written for the Society of American Archivists’ Issues & Advocacy “In Case You Missed It” series, which can be found here. At the end of March I traveled to Palo Alto to attend Personal Digital Archiving,

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Notes from Personal Digital Archiving 2017

The following post was originally written for the Society of American Archivists’ Issues & Advocacy “In Case You Missed It” series, which can be found here. At the end of March I traveled to Palo Alto to attend Personal Digital Archiving,

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Hypothes.is Web Annotation Workshop Notes

In February, fellow doctoral student Aisling Quigley and I led a workshop on personal and pedagogical web annotation with Hypothes.is as part of Digital Scholarship Services’ spring workshop series. We had a very engaging discussion with attendees about how Hypothes.is

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Hypothes.is Web Annotation Workshop Notes

In February, fellow doctoral student Aisling Quigley and I led a workshop on personal and pedagogical web annotation with Hypothes.is as part of Digital Scholarship Services’ spring workshop series. We had a very engaging discussion with attendees about how Hypothes.is

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Easing into a New Year

The start of 2017 marks a shift in my academic career; this past November I passed my preliminary exams, and in December I finished my doctoral coursework. This means that so far, my spring term has consisted of beginning to

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Easing into a New Year

The start of 2017 marks a shift in my academic career; this past November I passed my preliminary exams, and in December I finished my doctoral coursework. This means that so far, my spring term has consisted of beginning to

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Project Management Toolshop at the Visual Media Workshop

This past Friday morning, Alison Langmead, Kate Joranson and I led a session on project management tools and strategies for the Visual Media Workshop‘s fall toolshop series. I was happy to contribute to this session, as project management is a topic

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Project Management Toolshop at the Visual Media Workshop

This past Friday morning, Alison Langmead, Kate Joranson and I led a session on project management tools and strategies for the Visual Media Workshop‘s fall toolshop series. I was happy to contribute to this session, as project management is a topic

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The Recompiler Issue 4: Legacy Systems

Just a brief post to note that I have a short essay in the most recent issue of The Recompiler, which centers around the theme of legacy systems. I wrote about using Exiftool to investigate legacy file formats. While I

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The Recompiler Issue 4: Legacy Systems

Just a brief post to note that I have a short essay in the most recent issue of The Recompiler, which centers around the theme of legacy systems. I wrote about using Exiftool to investigate legacy file formats. While I

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Art + Feminism Wikipedia Edit-a-Thon

This past Saturday I participated in an instance of the Art + Feminism Wikipedia Edit-a-Thon held at the Frick Fine Arts Library, just down the hall from my workspace in the Visual Media Workshop. On a personal note, I was

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Art + Feminism Wikipedia Edit-a-Thon

This past Saturday I participated in an instance of the Art + Feminism Wikipedia Edit-a-Thon held at the Frick Fine Arts Library, just down the hall from my workspace in the Visual Media Workshop. On a personal note, I was

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Tools for Information Organization

Recently I have been thinking a lot about media ideologies and idioms of practice and having several conversations with various friends and colleagues about our own information organization strategies (maybe this is something the new year also brings out in us).

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Tools for Information Organization

Recently I have been thinking a lot about media ideologies and idioms of practice and having several conversations with various friends and colleagues about our own information organization strategies (maybe this is something the new year also brings out in us).

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NEA CTF Final Report

The New England Archivists Constituencies Taskforce (CTF), which I worked on as a representative from Rhode Island between 2014 and 2015, has released its final report, available to read here, for those who may be interested. The report shares findings

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NEA CTF Final Report

The New England Archivists Constituencies Taskforce (CTF), which I worked on as a representative from Rhode Island between 2014 and 2015, has released its final report, available to read here, for those who may be interested. The report shares findings

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Picking Up DB

This post originally appeared on the University of Pittsburgh’s Constellations. The early stage of engaging with a new project is largely a process of establishing context. This is, in many ways, easier to do when the project is already underway. In becoming better acquainted with

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Picking Up DB

This post originally appeared on the University of Pittsburgh’s Constellations. The early stage of engaging with a new project is largely a process of establishing context. This is, in many ways, easier to do when the project is already underway. In becoming better acquainted with

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Iterations at Providence Public Library

One of adulthood’s nicer surprises has been finding that my creative and professional interests not only converge frequently, but that this convergence is encouraged and supported by likeminded individuals and organizations. This was the case most recently at the Providence

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Iterations at Providence Public Library

One of adulthood’s nicer surprises has been finding that my creative and professional interests not only converge frequently, but that this convergence is encouraged and supported by likeminded individuals and organizations. This was the case most recently at the Providence

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RILA 2014 Annual Conference

The Rhode Island Library Association Annual Conference is scheduled for June 2 & 3 in Newport, RI. I’m very excited to be a speaker at the conference this year. My colleague Elyssa Tardif and I will be sharing an overview

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RILA 2014 Annual Conference

The Rhode Island Library Association Annual Conference is scheduled for June 2 & 3 in Newport, RI. I’m very excited to be a speaker at the conference this year. My colleague Elyssa Tardif and I will be sharing an overview

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