School of Information and Library Science, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (2007 to 2010)


Teaching

INLS 500

Human Information Interactions: 3-credit, core course on the behavioral and cognitive activities of those who interact with information, with emphasis on: the role of information mediators; how information needs are recognized and resolved; and use and dissemination of information.

Semesters taught: Fall 2010 [online], Summer 2010; Spring 2010, Summer 2009

Fall '10 Syllabus [Online]: PDF | Supplement: PDF | Assignments: PDF

Summer '10 Syllabus: PDF | Supplement: PDF | Assignments: PDF

Spring '10 Syllabus: PDF | Supplement: PDF | Assignments: PDF

Summer '09 Syllabus: PDF | Supplement: PDF | Assignments: PDF

INLS 696

Carolina Digital Curation Fellows (CDCF) Introductory Seminar: 1-credit seminar providing a broad overview to digital curation, co-developed and taught with Helen R. Tibbo and Christopher A. Lee, Fall 2007.

INLS 696 Syllabus: PDF

INLS 752

Digital Preservation and Access: 3-credit course on best practices for the creation, provision, and long-term preservation of digital objects, with emphasis on durable digital objects; selection and appraisal; preservation approaches; trusted repositories; project management; rights management; standards; file formats; metadata; quality control; sustainability; and grant writing.

Semesters taught: Fall 2009; Fall 2008, 2007 (co-taught)

Fall '09 Syllabus: PDF | Supplement: PDF | Assignments: PDF

Advising

INLS 696

Study in Information and Library Science (Advisor): 3-credit, Master’s-level Independent studies:

  • Risk Management for Digital Collections, Spring 2009
  • Readings in Digital Curation, Spring 2009

INLS 992

Master’s Paper (Co-Advisor): 3-credit, required culminating experience reporting on independent research study or project:

  • Conceptions of Emulation, Migration, and Related Concepts in Digital Preservation Literature. A Master’s Paper for the M.S.L.S degree, Summer 2009

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Practicum Experience Supervision: Co-developed and supervised, with Helen R. Tibbo and Christopher A. Lee, digital curation practicum field experiences for Master’s students.

2008-09
  • ibiblio.org (1 student)
  • Information and Technology Services (3 students)
  • Special Collections, University Libraries (1 student)
  • Systems Department, University Libraries (1 student)
  • The Odum Institute for Research in Social Science (2 students)
  • University Archives, University Libraries (1 student)
2007-08
  • Carolina Digital Library and Archives, University Libraries (2 students)
  • ibiblio.org (1 student)
  • Information and Technology Services (1 student)
  • The Odum Institute for Research in Social Science (1 student)
Supporting Practicum Documentation:

Handbook: PDF | Learning Contract: PDF
Interim Evaluation (Fellow): PDF | Interim Evaluation (Supervisor): PDF
Annual Evaluation (Fellow): PDF | Annual Evaluation (Supervisor): PDF

Curriculum
Development

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Certificate in Digital Curation: Co-developed Certificate in Digital Curation to be awarded in conjunction with either MSLS or MSIS. With Helen R. Tibbo and Christopher A. Lee.

Professional Institutes, Workshops and Tutorials (2007 to 2010)



2009-2010

Instructor, DigCCurr Professional Institute: Curation Practices for the Digital Object Lifecycle, Chapel Hill, NC, May 16-21, 2010 and June 21-26, 2009.

2009

Speaker, “Interviews and Focus Groups,” at the User Studies Initiative: Staff Development Series, Duke University Libraries, Durham, NC, October 16, 2009.

2007

Instructor, "Digital Curation and Digital Preservation: An Introduction (tutorial),” at the 7th ACM/IEEE Joint Conference on Digital Libraries, Vancouver, BC, June 19, 2007. With Dr. Helen R. Tibbo.

Tutorial Slides: PDF | Overview and Bibliography: PDF