(2013-06) Led hour-long workshop for academic librarians on how to use Google Refine (now Open Refine) to clean up and normalize messy metadata.
(2013-Spring) Wrote seminar paper providing an introduction to linked data for archivists and an analysis of its relevance to tenets of archival theory and practice.
(2013-03) Curated exhibition at the Harry Ransom Center of rare books and periodicals featuring pastiches, parodies, homages, and fanfictions of Sherlock Holmes.
(2013-Spring) After preserving born-digital content in the Walter Cronkite Papers at the Briscoe Center, devised workflows and scripts to generate metadata and provide access at the file level.
(2012-2013) Devised standards and workflows for adapting legacy metadata in a variety of formats to Qualified Dublin Core, for ingest into the Harry Ransom Center's CONTENTdm digital asset management system.
(2013-02) Assisted Rebecca Onion, author of Slate.com history blog The Vault, with information on an eccentric document from the Doyle Papers at the Harry Ransom Center.
(2012-Fall) Transformed text List of Correspondents from the Carlton Lake Collection at the Harry Ransom Center into a MySQL database with interactive web interface to improve access and discovery for a large and complex archival collection.
(2012-Fall) Wrote seminar paper examining appraisal policies and practices for born-digital collections at the Harry Ransom Center.
(2012-Fall) Wrote seminar paper on discourses of authenticity relating to contemporary exhibition and restoration of silent films, for course on the politics of film preservation.
(2012-Fall) As SAA-UT student chapter treasurer, raised funds and managed finances for two events featuring visiting speakers during Archives Week 2012.
(2012-08) Presented poster highlighting SAA-UT chapter activities for the past year, and represented SAA-UT at the 2012 SAA Annual Meeting in San Diego.
(2012-08) Assisted researcher David Stromberg in locating partial and unidentified manuscripts from the Singer papers, for a translation of a story featured in the online version of The New Yorker.
(2012-05) Wrote blog post and composed digital slideshow to increase visibility of Sherlock Holmes and Arthur Conan Doyle materials not listed in the Ransom Center's online finding aids.
(2012-Spring) Collaborated on group project to develop metadata crosswalks, Perl scripts, and workflows for converting legacy metadata to Dublin Core, associating with digital objects, and ingesting into a DSpace digital repository, for the Lyndon B. Johnson Presidential Library.
(2012-Spring) Digitized family recipe cards, composed metadata, encoded transcriptions in hRecipe XML microformat, and created WordPress site to make them publicly accessible.
(2012-02) Curated and presented hour-long show-and-tell of manuscripts and rare books related to Tom Stoppard and his play Arcadia from the Ransom Center's collections, for members of Austin Shakespeare Society.
(2011-Fall) Curated digital exhibition of letters from the Katherine Anne Porter Papers in Omeka, including TEI encoding and geomapping, for digital humanities course.
(2010) Co-authored, with Mary Elings, a case study of the Bancroft's forays into Facebook, Twitter, and Wikipedia, for a SAA online publication.