As processing and digital archivist, I oversee the physical preservation,
intellectual arrangement and description, and digital preservation and access of special
collections including manuscripts, photographs, audio-visual materials, and records held
at Seton Hall University. I am primarily interested in improving user access to special
collections, particularly through digital content. My research interests are in the
usability of online archival description and access tools. 

Articles

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I Want To See It: A Usability Study of Digital Content Integrated into Finding Aids., Journal for the Society of North Carolina Archivists (2012)

This paper presents the findings of a usability study conducted on finding aids from the...

 

Presentations

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The Overhaul Project at Seton Hall University Archives and Special Collections Center: Gaining Control Over an Unruly Archives, Society of American Archivists Annual Meeting (2013)

This poster presents the process and results so far of the Overhaul Project, which aims...