As the Digital Scholarship Specialist, I partner with students, faculty, staff, and librarians to enhance learning, teaching, and scholarship through the application of technologies and emerging digital research methods across disciplines. I contribute expertise with new and established technologies that affect discovery and inquiry, research workflows, and engagement with library collections and data. I also consult on and teach digital methodologies and tools. For the library, I am the Omeka Service Lead, where I develop policies, assess accessibility, create documentation, and support digital exhibit owners. As well, I coordinate the plannings of ScholarSpace's digital scholarship workshops and events.
Previously, I was the Digital Humanities Librarian, and liaison to Africana Studies, Classics, and Philosophy at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis. I have a BA in American Culture from Vassar College, a MSLIS from Pratt Institute, and a MA in Digital Humanities from Loyola University Chicago. I am active in the Association of Computers and Humanities and I am currently a member of the Executive Board. My research interests include Black DH, humanities data, critical race feminist praxis, library history, and African American women's history.
My office phone number is temporarily disconnected while I work remotely due to COVID-19. Please email any inquiries.