Librarian. Humanist. I cultivate digital scholarship by emboldening people to become critical digital creators and users.
As Head of Digital Scholarship at Tisch Library, I’m a practitioner-manager who leads a team of functional specialists in scholarly communication, data, and media and design. My colleagues in the Digital Scholarship Department and I work closely with Tufts University faculty, students, and staff to imagine, carry out, and sustain digitally inflected research and teaching.
In 2013 I graduated from the School of Information and Library Science at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with a Master of Science in Information Science degree. I see myself not only as a librarian, but also a humanist whose discipline of information science seeks to understand how “people construct representations of the natural and cultural world with which they interact,” as Jonathan Furner describes.