For UNC Art Department professor Dorothy Verkerk’s Fall 2016 course Early Medieval Illuminated Manuscripts, Professor Verkerk requested that each student select a pre-1100 manuscript of any region upon which to focus. Compelled by the portability and intimate style of the Irish pocket gospels, I chose to investigate how readers of the time might have interacted with and understood the Irish pocket gospels. Continue reading “Use and Experience of the Sacred Writings Contained Within Pocket Gospels of Early Medieval Ireland”
Former UNC Rare Book Collection Librarian Claudia Funke taught our Spring 2016 Rare Books Librarianship course. As part of the course, Claudia instructed us to create a bibliography for an assigned item from UNC’s Rare Book Collection. I assessed La reforma agraria es la ley fundamental de la revolucion (call no. S477 .C8 C37). Continue reading “Bibliography of UNC Rare Book Collection’s transcript, S477 .C8 C37”
Former UNC Rare Book Collection Librarian Claudia Funke taught our Spring 2016 Rare Books Librarianship course. As part of the course, Claudia instructed us to assess the just-opened Rare Book Collection’s exhibition entitled Lyric Impressions: Wordsworth in the Long Nineteenth Century. Continue reading “Assessment of UNC Rare Book Collection’s “Lyric Impressions: Wordsworth in the Long Nineteenth Century” Exhibition”
As part of both the Learning from Artists’ Archives initiative and my SILS coursework, I participated in a field experience in which I established the studio archive for Durham letterpress artist Brian Allen. Continue reading “Capstone presentation for studio archive field experience”
The final project of our half semester course INLS 690-249: Intellectual Property and Copyright in Archives required us to learn how to create presentations in Microsoft Office Sway.
The app provides a vast array of Continue reading “Experimenting with Microsoft Sway”
For Dr Amelia Gibson’s Information Behavior in Local Contexts course, I presented to the class on ‘Information Use in Local Contexts.’ My interpretations from the assigned readings led me to focus on information use in terms of visualizations and literacies.
The presentation is embedded below. To see the accompanying speaker notes, click on the gear icon and select ‘Open speaker notes.’
For Professor Mary Grace Flaherty’s collections management course, she had us select an audience and construct a collection suited to that audience. I chose to focus on an audience of book arts practitioners and historians. Continue reading “Book Artists’ Core Collection: A compilation of multimedia book arts resources”
For a class on collections management in the Fall semester, Mary Grace Flaherty asked us to select a banned book to evaluate for it’s retention or elimination from a collection. I chose The Absolutely True Diary of A Part-Time Indian by Sherman Alexie.
The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian: A Defense
This past Fall, I took Denise Anthony’s Intro to Archives course. One of her assignments included following the coverage of archives in the news. I chose to present on the Harry Ransom Center’s new Project REVEAL. Continue reading “Project REVEAL: A Harry Ransom Center Open Access Digital Endeavour”
This Spring term, I took a reference course (INLS501) from Stephanie Brown of UNC’s Park Library in which we were asked to create an online guide on the topic of our choice for whatever audience we wished.
My topic guide, found at bookartsfoundationalresources.wordpress.com, presents a basic introduction to book arts knowledge, providing an accessible starting point and Continue reading “Book Arts Resource Guide”