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”
This summer will be a busy one. The Georgia O’Keeffe Museum Research Center took me on as an archival intern, and I’m enrolled in an online management course for information professionals, both of which just began this week.
Our first formal assignment for the management course was to choose and explain a theory or philosophy (see full list of choices at bottom). I selected Servant Leadership, which proved Continue reading “Servant Leadership”