About me

I am a librarian in Pittsburgh. I study, facilitate, and teach digital scholarship tools, methods, and theory. My support for digital scholarship as a librarian includes digital projects, digital humanities, and research data management. I also work at the intersection of digital scholarship and scholarly communication, particularly in the realm of copyright and institutional repository administration.

My work often boils down to making connections: between individuals, institutions, concepts, methods, and departments. I work with disciplinary faculty members, graduate students, undergraduate students, librarians, university staff members, and community groups, and I’d like to find a way to work with you, too.