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Digital Scholarship: DSi Team

Jennifer Grayburn


Dir. of Digital Scholarship & Public Services


My digital scholarship passions are 3D digitization, immersive experiences, and digital fabrication, especially for cultural heritage objects. I'm especially interested in the creation / reuse of 3D models as open educational resources. As part of the Schaffer Library DSi group, I help to coordinate new digital scholarship programs and services for faculty and students.

David Fuller


Systems And Applications Librarian​


Joanna DiPasquale


Dir. of Content & Digital Library Systems


My interest in digital scholarship includes building digital collections for a variety of uses, computational analyses, and data / metadata modeling. As a member of the library's digital scholarship initiative, I help to establish workflows to create and foster digital infrastructure and platforms that make projects come to life and remain accessible to a broad range of audiences.

Adam Mazel


Digital Scholarship & Instruction Librarian


My digital scholarship passions include computational text analysis; open access, open educational resources, and open scholarship; and digital publishing.

Becky Fried


Digital Projects & Metadata Librarian


Digital Scholarship, no matter how it's defined, relies on robust and clear metadata for access, preservation, discovery, and use. I'm interested in facilitating discussions with both faculty and students regarding the best way to think about what data to collect, how to organize it, how to store it, and how to ensure that projects will last well into the future.

Sean Tennant


CLIR Postdoctoral Fellow in Data Curation


I have a PhD in Mediterranean Archaeology from the University of Virginia, and my main interests in digital scholarship include mapping, data visualization, and network analysis.

Jenn Byrd


Library Web Developer


My expertise consists of building and maintaining our Omeka online platform, where students and faculty alike can easily build their own custom sites in order to present their research in a visually appealing and interactive way. There are optional add ons available, including maps & timelines, commenting, keyword tagging and more. I am happy to assist whenever necessary to ensure a good experience using the software.

Rachel Leach

Digital Collections Librarian


My interests include digital collections, repository services, metadata, digital preservation, and project management.