Digital Scholarship Support in ENGL 1101 and 1102 Courses
In close collaboration with an English professor, developed assignment-driven instructional sessions and materials for undergraduate students’ digital projects using tools such as Audacity, iMovie, TimelineJS, StoryMapJS, & various WYSIWYG website platforms.
Digital Scholarship Creation – Marfa History
Created for a graduate course in digital history, this Omeka project collects images and attempts to document Marfa’s transition from a West Texas railroad stop into an arts destination. Like all digital humanities projects, it is a continual work in progress.
Institutional Repository Launch – Tiger Scholar Commons
Co-led the launch of an institutional repository using the Open Repository platform. Tasks included digitizing content, managing workflows, creating descriptive metadata, conducting workshops and outreach, and troubleshooting access issues.
Short Writing Sample – Review
Interpretive Plan for the Commemorative Air Force: Dixie Wing
Done as a class group project in a graduate public history course, contributed to this final document by providing writing and recommendations for collections care, processes, and interpretive exhibits.