Yale University

In the summer of 2008, I worked as Digital Library and Metadata Development Intern at the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library. This was a ten-week, professional-level paid internship in the Digital Projects Unit of Technical Services.

Piloted Cell Phone Audio Tour Now Used by the Beinecke
Now that the Beinecke's renovation is complete and its doors have re-opened, the cell phone audio tour I initiated during my internship is available to the public.
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Digitized the Viola Baxter Jordan papers at the Beinecke
As an intern in the Beinecke's digital library, I created 614 metadata records for the comprehensive digitization of the Viola Baxter Jordan papers, the first collection to undergo a Rapid Imaging Process in which a copy stand camera takes JPEG 2000s. This synopsis of the collection was originally published on Poetry at the Beinecke.
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Intern Presentation to Yale University Libraries
At the end of the summer 2008, the four Beinecke interns presented our accomplishments to staff, librarians and administrators of the Yale University Libraries.
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Produced Four Podcasts for the Beinecke
I produced these podcasts as the Digital Library and Metadata Intern at the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library. The podcasts are also available for free download on Yale’s iTunes U store, where I helped establish a University Libraries presence. 1. Listen Now: The Gutenberg Bible at the Beinecke Dr. William Whobrey, Assistant Dean of […]
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