A few months ago, the kind folks at the Georgia Library Association asked me if I would give a webinar on digital humanities for librarians as part of their Carterette series. I opted to do a [...]
I’m proud to announce that today we officially launched Atlanta Studies, an open access publication that features original scholarship about the city, projects and resources for studying [...]
Want to pick up a couple of skills this spring? You’re in luck! ECDS’s series of spring workshops is here! (Psst…I’ll be teaching the Feb. 10 Creating a Personal Workshop [...]
Just a friendly reminder to submit your Atlanta Studies Symposium proposals by February 6!
A few more brief updates: I’m thrilled to be a new member of the Library Publishing Coalition Board! We’ve got a ton of exciting publishing work going on at ECDS, and the LPC has been [...]
The spring of 2015 promises to be a busy one. Here’s a brief rundown of my schedule for the first half of the year as it currently stands: February 19–21: Southern American Studies [...]
The past few months have been a whirlwind—albeit, a good one. In February, I began working full-time at ECDS as the digital projects coordinator. I won’t bore you with my job description [...]
I’m honored to be part of the first class of community representatives for the Digital Public Library of America. The 100 (!) of us are from 36 states, 2 international countries, and work [...]