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About Ana Lucic

Ana Lucic is the DePaul Library’s Digital Scholarship Librarian. Her research focuses on the development of methods that can isolate domain-specific relations as well as particular structures from texts with the final goal of viewing and evaluating these relations and structures in aggregate. She has expertise working with diverse textual collections that include literary works, film reviews, as well as a collection of scholarly articles from plant science and biomedicine. Her 2016 dissertation at the School of Information Sciences at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign is entitled "Automatically Identifying Facet Roles from Comparative Structures to Support Biomedical Text Summarization." Her research has appeared in such journals as Digital Scholarship in the Humanities and the Journal of Biomedical Informatics. Ana assists faculty, staff, and students at DePaul with the development of digital scholarship projects.


Present Digital Scholarship Librarian, DePaul University

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