Marsha Miles recently joined the staff of the Michael Schwartz Library at Cleveland State University as the Digital Initiatives Librarian. Previously, she managed a variety of collaborative digital projects at The College of Wooster and assisted in the creation of online collections and exhibits at Oberlin College. As the Digital Initiatives Librarian, Marsha contributes to the creation and maintenance of the Michael Schwartz Library’s digital initiatives including the Cleveland Memory Project and EngagedScholarship@CSU. She also coordinates the integration of metadata creation, use and practices throughout the library to enable discoverability of the Library’s digital resources. Marsha is also a photographer, and her art background earned her the role of Cleveland State University contact for Octavofest. CSU is one of the founding members of Octavofest, which includes events throughout Northeast Ohio celebrating the book and paper arts every October. Marsha has a Bachelor of Science in Photo-Illustration and Master of Library and Information Science from Kent State University.
Review of Information Resource Description: Creating and Managing Metadata, Technical Services Quarterly (2014)
The article reviews the book "Information Resource Description: Creating and Managing Metadata," by Philip Hider.
Using XSLT and Google Scripts to Streamline Populating an Institutional Repository (with Stephen X. Flynn and Catalina Oyler), Code4lib Journal (2013)
The College of Wooster has created a process that allows library staff to quickly populate...
Born-Digital Files: Workflows and Standards, Library Faculty Publications (2011)
This presentation discusses born-digital content workflows and standards utilized at The College of Wooster in...
Free Photo Editing Applications, Library Faculty Publications (2010)
In conjunction with the Five Colleges of Ohio's Next Steps in the Next Generation Library:...
Review of Jump-Start Your Career as a Digital Librarian: A Lita Guide by Jane Monson, Technical Services Quarterly (2013)
The article reviews the book "Jump-Start Your Career as a Digital Librarian: A Lita Guide,"...