Erin Crane is the Electronic Books Librarian at the Integrated Learning Resource Center at Liberty University. She received her BA in English at the University of Mary Washington in 2009. She then attended graduate school at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and earned her MSLS in 2010.
Book Review: A Different Kind of Cell: The Story of a Murderer Who Became a Monk, Faculty Publications and Presentations (2013)
Patron-Driven Acquisition Optimization at Liberty University (with Lori Snyder), Faculty Publications and Presentations (2013)
In 2010 Liberty University began a Patron-Driven Acquisition pilot program with ebrary. Since then, the...
A Script for Archiving Digital Research Data: Improving Accuracy and Efficiency in the Dataverse Network (with Rachel Carriere, Thu-Mai Christian, and Cheryl Thompson), Faculty Publications and Presentations (2011)
My colleagues and I assessed the workflow for data ingest at the Odum Archive at...
Digital Archival Collections Hosted on Flickr: Institutional Experience Outside of the Commons, Faculty Publications and Presentations (2010)
This study describes an online survey of institutions which host digital archival collections on Flickr...