Web design and online projects
My most recent web design project is a site I built as a final project for INFO 652, a web design course at Drexel: Divas and Popcorn: A Guide to Opera in the Movies.
During my CLIR postdoctoral fellowship at the University of Virginia Library (2004-2005), I worked on two primary online projects. Hart Crane: Fragments of "The Broken Tower", developed in partnership with Stephen Cushman, Rare Materials Digital Services, and the E-text Center, is a web exhibit of materials by the poet Hart Crane from UVa's Special Collections. I supervised the scanning of the materials in the exhibit, transcribed them, and encoded them in XML according to the TEI guidelines. The E-text Center assembled and hosted the resulting site.
My other fellowship project was designing and building the home page for CCLT200: The Invention of Freedom, an interdisciplinary undergraduate course on the Enlightenment in Europe and America.
In 2006, while working for the UVa Library's Digital Research and Instructional Services department, I developed an online guide to Resources for the Study of Select Cities, designed to help faculty in the architecture and urban planning programs find resources to use in classes on individual cities. The guide is still being maintained by the Scholars' Lab.